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December 18, 2018

Do you like writing? Do you want to have your voice heard? Then the Palmer Paw Print is the class for you. In Paw Print, you have almost unlimited control over what you write: if there is a movie you want to review, an incident you want to cover, or an issue you want to debate, you can do so through your writing on Paw Print. Applications, found on Apply_Paw Print here, are a critical component...

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The Brazilian Dam Collapse
Why Facebook Cannot be a News Source
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Beautiful Week
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Competition Stress
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Debunking Common Myths About Climate Change
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Historic Spotlight: The Red Scare

Nicholas Silva, Layout Editor | February 14, 2019

See the rest of the Series here. The stage is set for the Red Scare, a dark moment in U.S’s history. With the Cold War ramping up, there was more fear of Communist “Reds” than ever, owing to the threat posed by the Soviet Union. President Truman, in 1947, created a Federal Employee Loyalty Program which analyzed federal workers for any sign of disloyalty. Hundreds of employees were laid off....

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Historic Spotlight: Setting the Stage for the Red Scare

Nicholas Silva, Layout Editor | February 7, 2019

See the rest of the Series here. The time between the end of the Red Summer of 1919-1920 and the Red Scare was marred by the second World War. However, it also saw many steps towards peace and national development. Employment rose, and the United Nations was officially formed in an attempt to prevent future conflict. Nonetheless, this period of relative peace was not especially destined to last. In...

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The Paradox of Paradoxes

Abigail McCoy, Secretary | November 14, 2018

There are many types of paradoxes in this world, which are directly defined as “a tenet contrary to the received opinion”, by the Merriam-Webster dictionary. In today's society paradoxes and dilemmas are less common than they were in ancient times but it is still an interesting topic to cover. Many are confusing and technical but some really are food for thought in the world of philosophy. Temporal...

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How to Care for a Stray Cat

Abigail McCoy, Secretary | November 7, 2018

Winter is approaching and the stray cats often seen during the summer and fall are going to need some proper care. Some cats are not strays but just outdoor cats that like to roam the surrounding area close to home. If you keep coming across a cat and you are worried as to whether or not they have an owner, then there are certain measures you can take in order to help the possible stray. Put a...

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Escape room: movie review

Mahkayla Perrin, staff writer | January 15, 2019

Escape Room is a thriller, mystery, horror, action, and Sci-Fi movie directed by Adam Robitel and written by Bragi F. Schut, and Maria Melnik. The movie stars Deborah Ann Woll as Amanda, Taylor Russell as Zoey, Logan Miller as Ben, Tyler Labine as Mike, Nik Dodani as Danny and Jay Ellis as Jason.   Escape room starts off with six people who receive a mysterious invitation to try out a brand...

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Aquaman Review – Spoiler Free

Nicholas Silva, Layout Editor | January 10, 2019

D.C. Comics has had a very rough road in terms of its cinematic enterprises. D.C. movies often are either too dark or too comical and are remade constantly, making it terribly difficult to get too attached to any character, since they will change entirely soon enough. That is not to say that D.C. has no good movies, indeed, the Dark Knight trilogy was a cinematic masterpiece. But that is all in the...

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