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More than the fame

More than the fame

Sherlyn Garcia

May 15, 2020

It is clear that the use of social media has increased over recent years. Every day, more and more people...

Keeping distance

Keeping distance

Elizabeth Valadez

May 15, 2020

On Easter, I saw my family for the first time in a month. It only took a month of not seeing my little...

Worth every minute

Worth every minute

Haley Miller

May 15, 2020

After adviser Mike Klopfenstein and some former editors of The Journal came to talk to my eighth grade...

Justice for pups

Justice for pups

Emma Main

May 14, 2020

I sat in a car for three hours to pick up my puppy, Cyrus. He was an 8-week-old, fourth-generation A...

Appreciating art

Appreciating art

Russell Peterson-Womack

May 14, 2020

As someone who has gotten tattoos in high school, before I turned 18, I’ve been asked a lot about w...

A moment for growth

A moment for growth

Julia Brookshire

May 11, 2020

For most of my senior year I have been in some type of foot cast, whether it be a boot or a surgical shoe...

More than a language

More than a language

May 9, 2020

Right before the school year started, I was at work when a gentleman came in and handed me a piece o...

Time for independence

Time for independence

Marissa Muñoz

May 8, 2020

I have lived in Indiana my entire life, and most of the people I know have lived here their entire li...

Close to home

Close to home

Brianna Henry

May 8, 2020

Going to an out-of-state college when Indiana offers a multitude of college options that offer any degree a...

Athletes shouldn’t be pressured into playing or quitting sports

Athletes shouldn't be pressured into playing or quitting sports

Russell Peterson-Womack

April 25, 2020

One of the worst positions an athlete can be in is playing a sport they know they don’t like. All too...

Nothing left to say

Nothing left to say

Nathan Smith

April 25, 2020

Only 10% of the population loves public speaking, according to Forbes. Fortunately for everyone else, ...

Pete Rose should be in the National Baseball Hall of Fame

Russell Peterson-Womack

March 31, 2020

Of all the terrible things professional athletes could do, betting on their own team doesn’t seem that terrible by today’s standards. However, this act caused controversy and debate for decades in the case of former Cincinnati Red Pete Rose. Rose was indefinitely banned from professional baseball for gambling over 30 years ago ...

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