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Why Kenny Chesney is the best of all time

Marcus Ryan, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

“I was definitely born a dreamer. I could never sit still, and I can’t now.” -Kenny Chesney Kenny Chesney is at least a top-five, if not the best, country artist. He always has, and still does, make some of the best music and many country fans can agree with that. Chesney can also come up with the best lyrics and has many awards to prove how great he is. I recommend listening to him if you...

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March Madness has been nothing short of madness

Bryce Diekman, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

This 2021 NCAA tournament has had the most upsets in March Madness history. There were a lot of surprising upsets that have left fans completely shocked. Not to mention, the first round left zero perfect brackets. It has for sure been one for the books as it surpassed some March Madness records. To put it into perspective, the seed numbers advancing to the round of 32 added up to 92 which is the...

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Should the U.S. get rid of SAT testing?

Lydia Anderson, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

Every year in April, millions of high school juniors in the U.S. take the SAT. They prepare for it since middle school and stress about it until it is done. Colleges can use a students’ SAT score to determine if they want to accept them into their university. Over the recent years, many colleges have made it optional for applicants to include their SAT score on their transcript when applying. According...

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Saving the world for the future

Chase Rumler, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

Our “green” earth is in danger, and it is our own fault. The issue is that we preach reuse and recycle. We are told what are the right things to do to save our earth and keep it clean. We as a planet have done a subpar job of following those things, we happen to be the complete opposite. This is important because we need to preserve the world as long as we can, so our generations to come can live...

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Sports betting is skill, not luck

Brock DiPiazza, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

When it comes to watching sports a bunch of people will watch it to enjoy the games. Others will watch it to gamble. No matter what we can all agree that we know someone who gambles on a certain sport or players. With popular apps like Draft kings and FanDuel at home it is easy to put a few bucks down. The issue is that not in all states you can do sports betting and it causes people to get mad. Usually...

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Why Kenny Chesney is the best of all time

Marcus Ryan, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

“I was definitely born a dreamer. I could never sit still, and I can’t now.” -Kenny Chesney Kenny Chesney is at least a top-five, if not the best, country artist. He always has, and still does, make some of the best music and many country fans can agree with that. Chesney can also come up with the best lyrics and has many awards to prove how great he is. I recommend listening to him if you...

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Should the U.S. get rid of SAT testing?

Lydia Anderson, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

Every year in April, millions of high school juniors in the U.S. take the SAT. They prepare for it since middle school and stress about it until it is done. Colleges can use a students’ SAT score to determine if they want to accept them into their university. Over the recent years, many colleges have made it optional for applicants to include their SAT score on their transcript when applying. According...

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Saving the world for the future

Chase Rumler, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

Our “green” earth is in danger, and it is our own fault. The issue is that we preach reuse and recycle. We are told what are the right things to do to save our earth and keep it clean. We as a planet have done a subpar job of following those things, we happen to be the complete opposite. This is important because we need to preserve the world as long as we can, so our generations to come can live...

Continue Reading
Sports betting is skill, not luck

Brock DiPiazza, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

When it comes to watching sports a bunch of people will watch it to enjoy the games. Others will watch it to gamble. No matter what we can all agree that we know someone who gambles on a certain sport or players. With popular apps like Draft kings and FanDuel at home it is easy to put a few bucks down. The issue is that not in all states you can do sports betting and it causes people to get mad. Usually...

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Schools causing sleep loss in teens

Calla Carpenter, Staff Writer | April 27, 2021

High school students suffer from early classes and school starting times every day. Not only does it cause insufficient sleep for children but it is also a circadian rhythm disruption. This can cause further struggles like falling asleep at night and waking up during the night. The harm this causes is far greater than the benefit of earlier starting times, and something needs to change. Currently...

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