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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ to kick off summer season with a bang

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ to kick off summer season with a bang

May 9, 2018


Filed under Activities, Movies, National, Opinion, Technology, Television

The summer movie season will kick off early this weekend with “Avengers: Infinity War,” the third installment in Disney and Marvel Studios’ sprawling “Avengers” saga that may push the Marvel cinematic universe to new heights. The superhero release is expected to easily conquer the weekend...

Going From High School Volleyball to Nationals; One Player’s View

Going From High School Volleyball to Nationals; One Player’s View

Tayler Klassen, Reporter

November 21, 2017


Filed under Campus, Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

As a freshman in college everything is new. New town, new friends, new school. It’s a lot to adjust to. It’s also hard adding a sport on top that. I've had to learn not just to adjust to the “new school” aspect of college, but the change of coach, teammates, and style of play. In high school v...

Be a “crazy” safe driving advocate

Be a “crazy” safe driving advocate

Taylor Ewald

April 19, 2016


Filed under Campus, Columns, Opinion, Top Stories

Do you text while you drive? Do you talk on the phone while you drive?  Do you realize you are putting your own life and the lives of others at risk when you are distracted behind the wheel? Think of all the people that you encounter daily while driving. People, with families and their own stories, driv...

Figure it Out, Mr. President

Figure it Out, Mr. President

Joe Lose

February 6, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The savages of ISIS continue to bring their brand of radical Muslim terror across the middle east.  These pathetic excuses for humans are beheading, shooting, burning, and burying people alive, all in the name of Islam.  You won't hear our President admit that, though.  His entire administration refuses...

No One Likes Your Facebook Status Games

No One Likes Your Facebook Status Games

Angela Richart

February 4, 2015


Filed under Columns, Opinion

I'd like all of you folks to stop and take a minute to think about something. There are countless diseases that devastate millions of families across the United States every single year. There are a wide variety of cancers, ALS, MS, Autism, the list goes on and on. Now ask yourself what is dumping a...

Stop Taking Selfies

Stop Taking Selfies

Joe Lose

October 31, 2014


Filed under Campus, Columns, Opinion, Top Stories

Seriously.  Enough already.  Selfies aren't cute or cool.  In fact, the word itself makes me want to yarf.  I think one of two things when I see a picture you've taken of yourself and post it on social media... 1)  You have no real friends.  Why else would you have to take a picture of yourself...

Three Tips To Make Your Retail Job Rewarding

Angela Richart, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2014


Filed under Campus, Opinion

College students often seek employment in the community to pay their bills or for extra spending money. With holidays looming on the horizon many area businesses will be looking for seasonal help. Having worked retail for the past year, I have seen many people come and go. I have gained what I believe...

No One Owes You Anything

No One Owes You Anything

Joe Lose, Opinion

October 23, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

The title should say it all, but please, allow me to elaborate.  There isn't a single thing in this life owed to you by anyone or anything.  Sound a little tough?  It is.  But that's life.  Deal with it. There are way too many people walking around these days with a tremendous sense of entitlement....

Theory on the Educated Person

Brittany Hinkel, Shift Editor/ Cartoonist

March 6, 2013


Filed under Opinion

There is no true way to define education, or what an educated person is. There could be an infinite number of definitions: each based on different principles such as: religion, ethnicity, gender, nationality, geography, and culture. In other words, each definition of the word is unique to the individual...

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