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Another mass shooting, still nothing being done to prevent it

Another mass shooting, still nothing being done to prevent it

By Conner Worman

October 2, 2013

It’s that time of year again. No not the season of giving thanks, or dressing up in costumes for candy, the time of year where America experiences another firearm tragedy. Yes just two weeks ago the Washington Navy Yard in Washington DC was the victim of a mass shooting by suspected gunman Aaron Alexis...

Violence – Rated M for mature

Kyra Dahlman | Hawkeye

By Conner Worman

May 17, 2013

The United States has been gripped by a wave of violence that has caused the American people to panic. The Boston bombers, Adam Lanza, the violent crimes that rock the nation seem to be popping up everywhere. All these senseless crimes must have a point of origin though, right? But it can’t be...

DREAM Act gives foreign families and students help achieving theirs

Erika Fisher | Hawkeye

By Conner Worman

March 12, 2013

If you think about your life, what do you envision? Do you see yourself finishing high school, then maybe getting a job and going off to college to continue the next chapter of your education? For many, this is the path that will be followed, leading them into a life where getting a career is easy due...

Modern Technology: detracts from life

By Conner Worman

December 12, 2012

We live in an amazing world. So many rich experiences and things to do. One could not ask for a better way to spend life. Too bad we are missing out on these wonderful things because everyone’s face is buried in their electronics. Laptops, smart phones, tablets; there’s a device for everyone....

Staff Editorial

By Conner Worman

May 3, 2012

Annual sports assembly proves to be a success On April 19 it was that time of year again to have another sports and activities assembly, which was a huge hit. This assembly showcased the captains of various spring sports like baseball, golf, and tennis. The theme of the assembly was “survivor,”...

The race for the Republicans

By Conner Worman

February 16, 2012

As most of you already know the Republican Primary is well underway. The candidates have debated in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Florida, and along the way all of their radical ideas and empty promises have come out. The famous Republican policy endorsed by candidates such as Newt Gingrich...

iPhone 4S is only a stepping stone; the few updates it includes aren’t worth the price tag

By Conner Worman

November 15, 2011

The iPhone 4S released half a month ago on Oct. 14, but even before the release it racked up over 200,000 pre-orders in just 12 hours. This phone was so anticipated that people lined up fifteen hours before the release. But with the cost of the cheapest model running over two hundred dollars, this phone...

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