Danger Disagreement

September 11, 2020

Arguments against SMSD school board decisions are made in vain, as coronavirus cases continue to be worrisome to health officials. At the board meeting held on Aug. 24, parents of devastated students and student-athletes a...

Serving Justice

February 27, 2020

     Something is seriously wrong with the way criminals are dealt with in the United States.      Here, we treat criminals like animals – we throw them in steel cages for years and then toss them back into society witho...

Impeachment Imperfections

December 20, 2019

   In 230 years, only two U.S. presidents have ever been impeached — President Andrew Johnson in 1868 and President Bill Clinton in 1998. President Richard Nixon resigned in 1974 before the House of Representatives co...

Payment Predicament

Payment Predicament

December 9, 2019

Payment Predicament

Payment Predicament

December 6, 2019

A Different Reality

A Different Reality

November 4, 2019

Staff Editorial: What’s Really Killing the Ocean?

October 3, 2019

  The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is nestled between Hawaii and California. It covers 617,000 square miles, according to PBS, a span more than double the size of Texas. It is even visible from space. The media has started ...

Confiscating our Rights

Jake Ditto and Elizabeth Kuffour

September 27, 2018

49 years ago the Supreme Court decided that students maintained their First Amendment rights upon entering the school building in the monumental court case Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District. Yet, the Shawn...

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