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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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Allison Kachel, Staff Writer | November 13, 2019

On October 29th, Chinese boy group, WayV, released their 2nd mini album titled Take Over the Moon. Along with the release of the album was a sci-fi infused music video for their lead single “Moonwalk”.  The title track “Moonwalk” opens with an eerie piano melody which explodes into captivating electro-pop, filled with synths, adlibs and, as always, killer vocals. A rock infused dance break...

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Lily Flashaar, Staff Writer | November 13, 2019

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Are Electric cars worth the cost?

Jaiben Dyke, Staff Writer | November 13, 2019

Electric cars have been around for sense the mid 19th century. The first electric car was made by porsche which made it before the First World war. Sense then there has not been a change in gas admissions in our environment, what makes our new electric cars better?  Some of the reasons they don’t do better for us, is that nuclear or coal plants that burn fossil fuel to make electricity and factory...

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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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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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Lacrosse: A Controversial Sport

Connor Grypma, Staff Writer | May 21, 2019

Lacrosse has become a loved sport all over the world and gets added to many schools sports programs because of the growing amount of kids that enjoy playing the sport.   But along with the large amount of lacrosse lovers, there are tons of haters as well. Lots of people see lacrosse as a fragile sport with the use of some pads and a ripoff of sports such as soccer or football. Jenison High...

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Who will be the Next Top Hyper Car Company?

Jeff Palmer, Staff Writer | April 23, 2019

Who will prevail on top for the next best hypercar? Will it be the Koenigsegg Jesko or with it be the Bugatti Voiture la Noire? These cars revealed at the Geneva motor show March 7th, 2019 as the stars of this show. They showed all kinds of new technology, especially in the Koenigsegg. The Koenigsegg has a seven clutch transmission with a twin turbo hybrid motor that has 1,300 horsepower. The Bugatti...

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Is Baseball boring?

Connor Grypma, Staff Writer | April 23, 2019

Baseball is definitely a slower sport out there and lots of people would argue that it is too long because games are definitely on the longer end. Games last 9 innings usually, but they are 6 in high school but some people still think that’s too long. Others would argue that they are not that long regardless of if they play the sport or not. Some students here at Jenison High School talked...

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Are Electric cars worth the cost?

Are Electric cars worth the cost?

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Odd One Out by Nic Stone: a review

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November 1, 2019

New Cats on the Block: Who are they?

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October 9, 2019

Forever Friendships with P2P

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April 23, 2019

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DECA: a great chance to get your business career started!

DECA: a great chance to get your business career started!

October 31, 2019

Girls in STEM return to an old location

Girls in STEM return to an old location

October 9, 2019

Jenison Esports Club joins in the fray, online

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