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Milyn’s Meddlesome Mentions

Milyn Ross, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

Hello and welcome back my beautiful Wildcats. How are you guys doing today? Good? Good. I bet you’re wondering how I’m doing, well I’ll tell you. I’m honestly super happy. Do you wanna know why?? Well of course you do,...

Milyn’s Meddlesome Mentions

Milyn Ross, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

Hello and welcome, my fellow Wildcats. This is part two of my lovely column: Milyn’s Meddlesome Mentions. If you haven’t read the first edition of this, I highly recommend it, but just to fill you in, this is my interpretation of the best quotes th...

Milyn’s Meddlesome Mentions

Milyn Ross, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Hello and welcome, my fellow Wildcats. Come with me as I take you down a fun ride, going through bits and pieces of people’s… unique conversations in the hallways. I’m going to show you guys some beautiful quotes and inter...

@PaigeWillAlwaysLaugh’s Meme of the Month (May)

Paige Smith, Business Editor & Columnist

May 21, 2019

Hey guys, its @PaigeWillAlwaysLaugh here ready to fill you in on the meme of the month. I assume none of you find this as a surprise because this has been everywhere, but the meme of the month is the biggest clown on the intern...

Room for more

Ella Estopare, Online Editor & Columnist

May 17, 2019

With about 7.7 billion people, the Earth suffers everyday at the hands of every single person that inhabits this planet. As our population continues to grow exponentially, the Earth has to deal with the greatest threat to the...

Squid Teeth is the New Plastic

Ella Estopare, Online Editor & Columnist

April 3, 2019

Plastics kill over 100,000 marine animals per year, according to Ocean Crusaders. For decades, humankind has been polluting the fertile earth we live on with harsh substances such as lead, carbon monoxide and harmful chemicals t...

Column: Between A Sideline and A Hard Place

Madeline James, Sports Editor & Columnist

March 19, 2019

On March 11, the Oklahoma City Thunder were in Salt Lake City to play a game against their Northwest-division competitors, the Jazz. Towards the end of the second quarter, Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook was sitting on the be...

Privatization hurts students and schools

Orion Elrod, News & Copy Editor

February 20, 2019

Despite the protests of parents, students and teachers across New Orleans, the New Orleans Parish school board has recently voted to force all of its public schools to be run by charter organizations, making New Orleans the first ci...

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