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Man crashes car into Capitol barricade

Bree Soule, Online Editor in Chief April 28, 2021

On April 2, a man rammed his car into two officers at a barricade outside the U.S. Capitol, killing a Capitol police officer, before emerging with a knife in his hands. He then ran at additional police...

Biden’s presidency from Inauguration to present day

Biden’s presidency from Inauguration to present day

Emmy Johnson, Online Editor February 26, 2021

Since President Joe Biden’s campaign, he has had a plan to “reform” America. On his Inauguration Day, Biden signed in 15 policies— more than Trump, Obama, Clinton or Bush did in two weeks, according...

Riots in the Capitol to prevent congressional meeting

Riots in the Capitol to prevent congressional meeting

Bree Soule, Online Editor-in-Chief January 8, 2021

Updated January 22, 2021 On Jan. 6, supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol Hill Building in protest of the electoral votes being counted during a congressional meeting, officially deeming...

Current results of the Presidential Election

Current results of the Presidential Election

Benny Burke, Writer November 17, 2020

Although Election Day has passed, the 2020 Presidential Election isn’t over yet. With claims of mail-in voting fraud and early votes making up 70 percent of all votes in 2016, a close race has been created...

How to vote, for first-time voters

How to vote, for first-time voters

Emmy Johnson, Writer November 13, 2020

An upcoming election is leaving first-time voters confused and asking, “How do I vote?” The answer may seem simple, but with hoops to jump through in order to attain a ballot or even registering to...

A summary of Michigans midterm elections

A summary of Michigan’s midterm elections

Taron Masi, Online Editor November 8, 2018

The 2018 midterm elections will go down in history for the number of record-breaking firsts. From diversity, poll counts and new laws regarding recreational marijuana, the midterms are making headlines...

In regards to the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting the government needs gun control laws

In regards to the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting the government needs gun control laws

Ellie Bennett, Co Print Editor In Chief February 16, 2018

School shootings have sadly become a normal occurrence in the United States. Instead of being shocked and utterly appalled by the news, it has become more of a regular headline. 45 days into 2018 and nine...

Call to Action: It is imperative that America comes together

Riley Wilson and Michael Pearce November 13, 2016

A great divide faces the country, with harsh lines separating states, counties, and families. With the outcome of the presidential election in the past, America needs to start erasing these harsh lines,...

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