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One Peaceful Protest From Kaepernick Spreads Like Wild Fire

One Peaceful Protest From Kaepernick Spreads Like Wild Fire

Ananda Haskins, Staff
October 1, 2016
Filed under High School, Sports

On September 16th all players on the Seattle Garfield High School football team and coaching staff knelt (took a knee) during the National Anthem. An image of the gesture circulated around social media. Kaepernick's protest has caught the attention of teen athletes from several different high schools. ...

Working Off Tickets: SB1117

Celia Kramer
January 3, 2016
Filed under News

Starting January 2nd, all people unable or unwilling to pay off any tickets (parking, speeding, etc.) through community service. This is possible through Senate Bill 1117, recently passed here in Arizona. This new law also allows court costs and fees and other restitution to be paid off. For every...

Tragically…Entertaining?

Tragically…Entertaining?

Celia Kramer, Copy Editor
November 23, 2015
Filed under Uncategorized, US & World

Looking into "What's Trending" at any given time, there always seems to be a traumatic story in the headlines. There's something that draws people to controversy, death, crime, etc. It's no surprise that people are naturally drawn to traumatic events. Especially with journalists, a distressing story t...

NAU community remains strong after shooting tragedy

NAU community remains strong after shooting tragedy

Daniela Acosta, Managing Editor
October 14, 2015
Filed under News, US & World

The shooting that occurred at Northern Arizona University on the morning of Oct. 9 shook the entire campus community but failed to knock them down. The strength of NAU's community became evident after students and staff have shown their immense support for the victims and for each other, both online...

A Life-Changing Tragedy

Megan Wedgeworth
October 11, 2015
Filed under News, US & World

Have you watched the news lately? If so, you may have heard about all of the floods that are happening in both South Carolina and North Carolina. Nearly 17 people have been pronounced dead at this time (fifteen people in South Carolina and two in North Carolina). Six of the deaths were caused by...

Scientists Create A Frozen Zoo

Scientists Create A Frozen Zoo

Adrianna Martinez and Jocelyn Chavez
October 11, 2015
Filed under News, US & World

In today’s world, 16,300 animals are currently threatened by extinction. How are we supposed to tackle an issue this large? Where would we even start? A creative research team from Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center has created an idea that may just save these animals from extinction. Their...

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