On the Record

Ballin on a Budget

January 24, 2020

Beyond the Books

December 4, 2019

A Bluegrass Beto

A Bluegrass Beto

November 8, 2019

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

Words by 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. ...

Opinion: The Adversity Score Could Do More

Words by Lainey Holland and Whitney Nguyen

August 12, 2019

In May 2019, the College Board announced they will begin using economic and social data for an “Adversity Score” on the Scholastics Aptitude Test (SAT). As we approach the new school year, it’s important to know how this data...

What They Sacrifice For You To Know

Words by 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...

Things to do in the 502

Words by Lillian Metzmeier and Sylvia Cassidy

July 10, 2019

At this point in the summer, it’s not unusual to feel bored. The “school’s out!” induced euphoria has worn off and it’s not hard to fall into the habit of wasting hours on the phone. So, here’s a list of things to do...

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