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Suicide Rates of Middle Scholars Going Up

By Rebekah Panek    Every year the suicide rates among middle school aged kids are increasing. In 2014 alone 425 adolescents died of suicide. Seven years before the number was considerably lower, at 180.    In 2011 a 14-year-old boy named Connor Ball, committed suicide because of his depression. His parents had no idea that Read More

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Two Daily Fantasy Football Giants Merge

By Will Mauer    Fanduel and DraftKings are both daily fantasy websites that allow players to compete for thousands of dollars every week in fantasy sports. Rivals, ever since their beginnings, have finally merged together to make a daily fantasy sport titan. Together, they control 90% of the daily fantasy sports industry.   “Being able to Read More

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Keeping It Organic: A Vegetarian Lunch

By Madisen Smith   High schoolers around the world are beginning to gain their independence, and some choose to express their independence by changing their lifestyle. One way students do this is by changing what they eat. Some choose to be vegetarian, others choose to be gluten free. But this independence comes with a cost. Having Read More

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Starting Off The Holiday Season With Pringles

By Blair Clark   There has always been a race to make new flavors on chips. With a wide variety from original to sour cream and onion, people prefer flavors of all kinds. This year Pringles has come out with a holiday line. The new flavors include chocolate milk, salted caramel, pecan pie, white chocolate, sugar Read More

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Is Extraneous Math Crucial to a High School Education?

By Marin Carey   Students around the world share a common thought process when it comes to the math being taught in high school. In every class we find ourselves asking, “When are we going to use this in real life?”. The answer to that is simple: most of us will not. And therefore high schools Read More

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Social Media, A Roller Coaster

By Savannah Henslee   Social media is like a roller coaster. It is both building our world up and tearing it down. For every helping and positive post on any social media you can find an equally, if not more terrible post. These posts hurt others or tear down their self esteem.    We almost all Read More

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Rapist Brock Turner Gets Early Jail Release

By Marin Carey    On September 2, Brock Turner was released from jail three months early of his six month sentence and was greeted by an armed mob. People around the country are infuriated on account of his early release and frankly they have plenty of reason to. Turner was convicted of three sexual assault Read More

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