Feb 1, 2021 Jordyn Bradley National

Trump impeached week before end of term

JORDYN BRADLEYSPORTS EDITOR On Jan. 13, Donald Trump was impeached for inciting the insurrection that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The impeachment came one week before the inauguration of President Joe Biden. There have only been four presidential impeachments in U.S. history: Andrew Johnson in 1868, Bill Clinton in 1998, and Donald […]

Claire Hipps Feb 1, 2021 National

Unpacking the COVID-19 Vaccine

CLAIRE HIPPSSTAFF WRITER Pfizer and BioNTech produced an FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine found to be 95% effective in November. Despite the existence of this vaccine, many Americans are apprehensive about receiving it. According to AP/University of Chicago, 35% of Americans aged 18-29 said that they will not received the COVID-19 vaccine; another 22% said that they […]

Bailey Langbo Hannah Stiffler National Oct 18 2020

Eugenics bring controversy

HANNAH STIFFLERSTAFF WRITER BAILEY LANGBOHEAD EDITOR Eugenics are defined as the arrangement of reproduction within the human population in order to increase the occurrence of certain desirable characteristics. The eugenics movement was first introduced to America in the early 20th century, despite its principles dating back to Ancient Greece. It was originally coined by Francis […]