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The scariest part of Trump’s election is his supporters

The scariest part of Trump’s election is his supporters

by Katie Gregory, Scheduling Editor of Web

November 11, 2016


Filed under Election Columns, opinion

While a Trump presidency is scary in it's own right, what's really terrifying is the thumbs-up his rhetoric gives to hateful individuals.

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A nation divided must work together for prosperity

A nation divided must work together for prosperity

by Hannah Jirousek, Staff Writer

November 11, 2016


Filed under Election Columns, opinion

Elections inherently divide, but our nation must come together to move forward for positive change.

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Admitting my dirty little secret

Admitting my dirty little secret

by Lily Manning, News Editor

November 9, 2016


Filed under Election Columns, opinion

I feel like a tiny fish in a huge pond.

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Endorsing Hillary Clinton

by Editorial Board

November 8, 2016


Filed under main ed, opinion

Donald Trump is not fit for presidency. Hillary Clinton is overqualified.

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It’s the little things that count

It’s the little things that count

by Paige Powell, Photo Editor

November 4, 2016


Filed under opinion

Channeling our negative energy into positive conduct can leave lasting impressions on our lives.

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Royals impact KC in ways no one expected

Royals impact KC in ways no one expected

by Annabelle Meloy, Writer

October 25, 2016


Filed under opinion, Uncategorized

The Royals have made a huge impact on Kansas City and will continue to do so even throughout rough years.

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Everyone’s path to a college decision is different

Everyone’s path to a college decision is different

by Helen Krause, Staff Photographer

October 19, 2016


Filed under opinion

The journey to college is different for everyone.

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Not just farmland

Not just farmland

by Catherine Ebbitts, Social Media Editor

October 18, 2016


Filed under opinion

Kansas City is my hometown, and for some reason it is commonly misunderstood. For example, when outsiders think of Kansas City, they think of it as farm land. It's a sad reality, but those who know its worth undoubtedly know about its broad selection of amenities to offer. This is an ode to a remarkable city.

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Emotional abuse shouldn’t be a running joke

Emotional abuse shouldn’t be a running joke

by Katie Gregory, Scheduling Editor of Web

October 18, 2016


Filed under opinion

Controlling behavior is unacceptable, no exceptions.

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Variety is the pumpkin spice of life

Variety is the pumpkin spice of life

by Mackenzie O'Guin, Managing Editor of Copy

October 17, 2016


Filed under opinion, reviews

As autumns rolls in, so does the seasonal wave of pumpkin flavored everything. To avoid bland breads or watery lattes, read the reviews of a pumpkin spice pro.

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Regardless of your sport, we all play from the heart

Regardless of your sport, we all play from the heart

by Maureen Burns, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016


Filed under opinion

Irish dance may not be exactly the same as other sports, but there are some undeniable similarities.

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Big flavors come in a small red package

Big flavors come in a small red package

by Katie Gregory, Scheduling Editor of Web

October 2, 2016


Filed under opinion, reviews

Apparently, good barbecue can come from a small red shack. Who knew?

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