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Defining My Disorder

Defining My Disorder

October 2, 2019

Opinion: By and For the Gays

Opinion: By and For the Gays

September 18, 2019

Mental Health Education in Schools: Why It Should Matter to You

Lainey Holland and Peyton Carns

August 15, 2019

Every year on the second day of school, we are shown the same mental health awareness video. A kid is being bullied, they’re sad, their friends help by encouraging them to see a counselor, and the kid begins to feel better. ...

What They Sacrifice For You To Know

Annie Whaley, Assignment Editor

July 28, 2019

A dusty blue BMW sat in a Ghanaian convenience store, bullet holes lining the driver's side window. Dozens of witnesses gawked in horror as they saw two gunmen sped away on motorcycles. They recognized the totaled car, the license pl...

Lost In Translation

Sylvia Cassidy and Anabel Magers

June 5, 2019

Immigrant parents come to Kentucky carrying the weight of their luggage along with the traditions and beliefs of their home country. They’re faced with the challenge of maintaining their culture despite added pressure to adap...

1 in 12,000

Ysa Leon, Assignment Editor

June 5, 2019

It is estimated that 360,000 people are born worldwide on any given day. So, on Dec. 23, 1980, Jena Quesada shared her birthday with hundreds of thousands of babies around the world. But, out of those third of a million, Quesa...

Stained by a Sentence

Maddie Currie and Lillian Metzmeier

June 5, 2019

Sheri Ray, a former corrections officer, walked in for her shift at Clark County Jail and noticed a young woman curled up on a mattress on the floor. Ray remembers the torn blanket that barely covered her body, allowing everyone to ...

1 IN 5

Alauryn Moore and Ella Treinen

June 5, 2019

They step into the Center of Women and Families (CWF) in a detached state of shock, in tears, or in an effort to behave as normally as they know how. They might miss class because they couldn’t stand to walk across the street ...

The Silent Bias

Amal Hassan, Writer

June 5, 2019

Throughout life, Faith Evanson, a 16-year-old junior at duPont Manual High School, has been haunted by one word: dark. Even when there’s background noise, she automatically tunes into this word. “I naturally search for it...

The Final Straw

Claire Rooney

February 19, 2019

Straws suck. While using a straw could help make drinking an iced coffee a little more enjoyable, the reality is: most people don’t need them. We can’t completely get rid of them because they are necessary for the elderly and...

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