March For Our Lives

On Saturday, March 24, more than a million people from across the country marched and protested in support of gun control.   By: Joi Wright, Staff Writer    After the Parkland shooting that happened on February 14, 2018, students had enough of the government doing nothing to prevent further school shootings. Emma Gonzalez, a student who survived…

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The March for Our Lives

This march is led by students across the country, who are done waiting for politicians to prioritize their lives.  By: Margie Dillman, Sports Editor   Since 2018 started, there have been eighteen school shootings across the US. Most recently was in Parkland, Florida, on February 14. Seventeen kids were killed by a former student at Marjory…

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Nice to Weed You

Virginia passes medical marijuana bill, 40-0. By Hita Abedin, Staff Writer On February 5, the Virginia senate officially passed the ongoing and controversial battle of allowing medical marijuana in the state. Legislation passed the Joint Commission with the unanimous decision of 40-0. Many delegates support the Let Doctors Decide cause, which values the opinion on…

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The Return to School

Two weeks after seventeen people were murdered, the students from Parkland return to class.  By: Morgan Zimmermann, Staff Writer Two weeks ago on February 14 2018, seventeen people lost their lives to gun violence at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Florida. Over 3,000 students are braving the scene of the tragedy early on the morning of the 28th. 3,000 students are returning,…

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