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Poisoned Pop?

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

March 19, 2018

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Sugar. We know too much is bad for us, yet we are addicted. This sugar addiction comes from several sources. One cause of sugar addiction is the dopamine release when we consume sugar. Everytime people eat, see or think about sugar, dopamine neurotransmitters send signals to the brain and play a major role in reward-motivated be...

Modern Feminism

Modern Feminism

By Violet Radmacher-Willis, Reporter

March 19, 2018

Filed under Columnists, Commentary

In the modern day, every person's actions are somehow affected by media directly or indirectly. This me...

The Seychelles Settlement: One Step Closer to Conservation

By Sam Linder, Reporter

March 13, 2018

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With the rise of climate change, oil excavation, and commercial development, among other things, the world’s biodiversity has taken a serious hit over the last several decades. The World Wildlife Fund’s Living Planet Report 2014 found that 52 percent of our planet’s biodiversity was lost between 1970 and 2010. Accordi...

ALMOST ARMAGEDDON

ALMOST ARMAGEDDON

By Sophie Weir, Copy editor and Reporter

February 27, 2018

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BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. So ended th...

Net Neutrality: The Future was Yesterday

Net Neutrality: The Future was Yesterday

By Colin Stevens, Grover's Corner Editor

February 27, 2018

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Recently, The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC for short, voted 3-2 to turn the internet into a...

The Perils of the Model Minority Myth

The Perils of the Model Minority Myth

February 27, 2018

Bill O’Reilly, a political commentator and news anchor for Fox News, challenged the idea of white pr...

The Current Conversation on Sexual Assault

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

February 27, 2018

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On Jan. 13, Babe Magazine published an article in which a woman, whose name had been changed to Grace to protect her privacy, detailed being sexually assaulted by actor and comedian Aziz Ansari. In the days and weeks that followed, a number of media outlets were quick to denounce her experience as “a bad date” or an “unc...

Grab and Go: Tito’s Burritos

By Brooklyn Pierce and Ariel Harmon

February 27, 2018

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Tito’s Burritos moved to the corner of SE Powell and 25th, successfully taking Cleveland High School by storm. The food cart quickly became the hottest lunch spot. This issue of Grab n Go delivers the details on this fresh scene. Tito’s Burritos serves more than the name implies. Their menu offers many traditional Mexican...

The Current Conversation on Sexual Assault

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

February 23, 2018

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On Jan. 13, Babe Magazine published an article in which a woman, whose name had been changed to Grace to protect her privacy, detailed being sexually assaulted by actor and comedian Aziz Ansari. In the days and weeks that followed, a number of media outlets were quick to denounce her experience as “a bad date” or an “unc...

The Saiga Antelope: Nature’s Scariest Vanishing Act

By Sam Linder, Reporter

February 16, 2018

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In May 2015, a BBC camera crew and research team gathered on isolated grasslands in central Kazakhstan to film the Saiga antelope, a critically endangered species, giving birth to offspring. Little did they know they were about to witness one of the most bizarre and tragic animal mysteries in recent memory. In a matter ...

Procrastination Nation: Start your year off right!

Procrastination Nation: Start your year off right!

January 22, 2018

As the year comes to a close, it's time to look back at a few of the films that stood out in 2017. T...

A Monumental Display of Disrespect

By Sam Linder, Reporter

January 16, 2018

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Demonstrating his apparent knack for making controversial decisions, President Donald Trump significantly shrunk the size of two national monuments in Utah on Dec. 4. The area of Bears Ears National Monument was decreased by 85 percent and the area of Grand Staircase-Escalante was cut by nearly half. Both places were d...

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