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Elections: The Importance of Voting

Staff Editorial

October 25, 2016

On Tuesday November 8th, 2016, The United States will hold the Presidential Election between Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Candidate Donald Trump. The process of who will be elected to the office will be decided by..... You. Not the billionaires, not the government, but you....

From The Jets To The Mets

Noah Sacco, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016

Professional sports serve a pivotal role in our society. They not only display athletes with premier talent, but provide us with entertainment at the highest level. In late August, the entire sports world was thrown for a curveball when former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow announced that he is pursuing a...

Truth: is it real?

Tyler Collins, Opinions Editor

October 25, 2016

As I approached MN’s English hallway, I was greeted by a small dry-erase board which displayed the words of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius: Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth. Being someone who enjoys understanding wise-sounding quotes, I...

‘Porn Kills Love’

Eden Loveridge, Staff Writer

September 20, 2016

Cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, and alcohol are all addictive substances that have been known to break up families, ruin relationships, and chemically alter the brain. There is one culprit, however, that has all of these side effects, yet receives little media attention. Defined as “any depiction,...

Noah’s Ark: Fact or fable?

Tyler Collins, Opinion's Editor

September 20, 2016

With this summer’s opening of the Ark Encounter, a theme park centered around a life-size replica of Noah’s Ark in Williamstown, KY, there has been a surge in discussion about the Biblical narrative of the Ark and its plausibility. The organization that built the Ark, Answers in Genesis, focuses...

Not So Social Media

Sarah Hanson, Co-Online Editor

September 19, 2016

Twenty years ago, if I had asked you the question,“How many followers do you have?” you probably would have looked at me as though I was insane. And if you are reading this in present day and still think I’m deranged, let me assure you, I’m not asking if you started your own religion. The...

An End To Shaming

Christina Youn, Co-Editor

September 19, 2016

On June 16, 2016, Arianna Quan was the first Asian-American to be crowned as Miss Michigan. Born in Beijing and naturalized at age fourteen, her platform was about the acceptance of differences and appreciating diversity. But unfortunately, she was attacked on social media with hateful comments regarding...

Blackface: An opportunity to educate

Staff Editorial

September 16, 2016

On Thursday, August 25, MN kicked off the football season with a game played against Omaha North. Pictures of MN fans with their faces painted black started a social media dispute that night, with some saying that the act was offensive while others defended the school tradition of having a blackout for...

Intentional interactions

Josh Shaffer, Media Editor

May 18, 2016

For the last four years, I have always had show choir on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sometimes I would leave rehearsal with my friends happy, sweaty, and excited; other times I would leave just sweaty. I was usually pretty sweaty. But now that show choir is done and I am on the cusp of graduating, I...

Together or alone

May 18, 2016

Whether in groups or by themselves, students are faced with daily projects.If they are working in groups, most times students are assessed on the outcome of the entire group. Here it is shown that for there to be a fair grade on the working party, they need to be graded on individual work instead of...

Nutrition fiction

Anna Bartholet, News Editor

May 18, 2016

Nutrition is a noun that is defined in the dictionary as “the act or process of nourishing or being nourished.” What nourishes our bodies as humans is what we put into them in the form of food. Food is an irrefutable element for life. For years, however, diet trends and nutrition fads have skewed...

Pay attention to the East

Christina Youn, Front Page Editor

May 18, 2016

April 14, 2014 was an incredibly tragic day for the town of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria. It was the night in which female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School by Boko Haram, an extremist terrorist organization. When women in Nigeria spoke out about the kidnapping, they stirred...