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A Philosophy class discusses the legality of online proctoring.

Proctoring and Personal Privacy

Rex Stickney, Staff Writer
November 30, 2022

  During peak season of COVID-19, reports of academic dishonesty soared at universities across the nation.   As a result of having to take tests at home, many schools opted to use various methods to try and reduce cheating while away from the classroom.   “I'm sure...

Streaming services are considering removing Yes music due to recent controversy surrounding his anti-semitic comments. (Photo taken from Yes Instagram)

Kanye West’s Music Should NOT be Taken Off Streaming Services

Jackson Ogden, Writer
November 29, 2022

  Separating art from artists has been a very hot discussion in recent years, and none bigger than recent  controversy surrounding Ye, formally known as Kanye West.    Most people are aware of the inappropriate, anti-Semitic and harmful statements Ye has said on various...

Photo courtesy of @taylorswift on Instagram.

Review: Taylor Swift’s Midnights is a Masterpiece

Maleigha Billings, Writer
November 9, 2022

  With the stroke of midnight on a late October eve, Taylor Swift brought fans on a “journey through terrors and sweet dreams,” with her new album, “Midnights.”  People are brought to the middle of the night for many reasons, whether it’s self-hatred, what ifs,...

Kansas City Roos, Mens Soccer, Concussions

Concussions Treatments Need to Improve: Op-ed

Savannah Moore, Writer
November 6, 2022

  Across the sports world, discussions around concussions continue to surge after a significant incident in the NFL caused a player to suffer a traumatic brain injury; one that could have been prevented.      After Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered...

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Review: Tyler Childers’ “Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?”

Maddy Bremer, Writer
October 19, 2022

  Tyler Childers–our lord and savior of country music–has released a gospel album.    “Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?” is a gospel-inspired triple album that sounds just like all the classic hymns you sang in church–until you read the lyrics. Despite...

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