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Does coffee actually wake you up or is it all in your head?

Reagan Davis, staff writer | March 10, 2020

Caffeine is  the most used drugs in the US. "In the US there are around 400 million cups of coffee drank in one day by all the US citizens. More than half of coffee drinkers would rather give up their morning shower then give up their morning cup of coffee." (https://disturbmenot.co/coffee-statistics/) “But this is probably because it reverses the fatiguing effects of overnight caffeine withdrawal”...

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Are electric cars overrated?

Christian Barnes, Staff Writer | March 10, 2020

There is no doubt that electric cars created a scene in the car industry the last ten years. But are they as good as everyone claims?   As electric cars become more popular, people question how good they are for the environment. Scientists argue whether they are better or worse for the environment than gas or diesel vehicles. Ever since countries started to reduce pollution, electric cars...

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What is vaping, and why do we do it?

Stephanie Bolthouse, Staff Writer | March 10, 2020

Vaping  Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling the aerosol, also known as the " vapor." People vape out of peer pressure, and pleasure. There are many different types of vapes. There are Juuls, Vape pods, and Vape sticks. At the age of 21, you could be able to buy these different products at your local gas station. Now the law changed and you can buy them when you are a legal adult at the age...

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It could be a phony situation

Samantha Eriks, Staff Writer | March 10, 2020

“43 percent of Americans who own a smartphone believe their phone is recording conversations without their permission.” Imagine your friend talks to you about the movie you plan to go see this weekend and then all of a sudden, ads start popping up for Celebration Cinema on your social media accounts. Some of us have had this experience before. We brush it off, saying it is just a coincidence...until...

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Do dogs dream?

Ryleigh Fisher, Staff Writer | March 10, 2020

Many people may ask the question, “Do dogs have dreams?” It generates a great amount of curiosity in one's mind. “Many people believe that dogs do dream. Most dog owners notice that at times during their sleep, dogs may quiver, make leg twitches, or even growl or snap at some sleep-created phantom, giving the impression that they are in a state of dreaming,” said Dr. Stanley Coren, a psychology...

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Can meditation create world peace?

Shelby Blonk, Staff Writter | March 9, 2020

If it was possible to create world peace just by teaching the next generation of children meditation, would you do it? Doctors, experimentalists, religious leaders, and more have put forth research on the subject which has lead to promising results on a world filled with peace. Though these are just experiments with theories and predictions being made, we can all make a change. The world's problems...

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December 18, 2019

In November 11 the USA celebrate Veterans Day to honor veterans of all wars in which the U.S. has fought. In fact, it’s an occasion to come together to remember and honor the soldiers who fought for this country and its freedom. Nevertheless many people don’t know the origins of this holiday nor why it was established in the first place. Armistice Day It has not always been the Veterans...

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Could a different kind of bond be used to improve school buildings?

Tobias Hollen, Staff Writer | December 18, 2019

Would help make school just that much more interesting to go to every day. One bond, a capital appreciation bonds which is a bond that is available right away but it takes time for people to pay it off. However, the interest grows making it more expensive in the long run for people who still live there, considering lots of people still live around Jenison I don’t think this vote would ever pass.  One...

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Why medicare for all will not work

Corrine Vainavicz, Staff Writer | November 13, 2019

The Medicare for all act will replace almost all the insurance with a government run single payer plan. The democratic party will try to push this act till the 2020 election because they believe that everyone should have health care. Medicare for all will not work for the American people and here is why. The taxpayers will not want to pay more. Medicare for all cost at the least $32 trillion...

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Dallas Price | November 11, 2019

The people of Hong Kong demand freedom, why deny them? The people of Hong Kong clearly demand the right to be free and democratic, preferably as their own sovereign nation. They are the ones who live in Hong Kong and they should be the ones to decide how the want their land to be run. Their passion towards this movement is very clear. The protests have been going on, practically nonstop, for several...

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