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Sands of Oman

By: Rush Webster Photography has the ability to transport the viewer to an entirely different place and tell unique stories in a way that words…

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Posted in Across The Globe Arts

The Queen Reigns: Bohemian Rhapsody will blow you away

Whether you’re Queen’s biggest fan or you’ve never heard of them in your life, Bohemian Rhapsody is a must see. As you’re watching, you will…

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Posted in Arts Student Life

Enduring the test of time: Endurance, a book review

The will to live is one of the strongest forces imaginable. Everyone has heard about incredible survival stories such as survivors of the Titanic, or…

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White House High: politicians stoop to teenage pettiness

“Why are you so afraid of a socialist economy?” said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, “Because Americans want to walk their dogs, not eat them” said President…

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Posted in Across The Globe Opinions Politics

Two years in review: a reflection of America under the Trump administration

While mainstream popular left-wing agenda plagued news outlets such as NBC, MSNBC, CNN, and many more attempt to convince the general public that that the…

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Posted in Across The Globe Opinions Politics

US should tale action in response to murder of Jamal Khashoggi

“I can’t breathe,” was Jamal Khashoggi’s last words, moments before he was dismembered with a chainsaw inside the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul. Khashoggi first…

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FDA doesn’t care about teen health

JUUL, the manufacturer of the sleek, flash drive-esque nicotine vaporizers that are becoming an epidemic in schools nationwide, made headlines when they agreed to restrict…

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Posted in Around The School Opinions Student Life

My SAT scores = my business…Students should not feel obligated to share test results

Nationally, roughly 3.5 million students take the PSAT annually, and over 2 million students take the SAT. Both of these exams are massively stressful during…

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Why can’t we be friends: Baby boomers and Gen Z teens can learn from each other

In today’s digital age of technology, it can be easy to become absorbed with the virtual world. Technology, specifically iPhones, offer some people a distraction,…

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Life of a Sports fan: Are you (cross) fit enough?

Fall sports seasons have come to an end, and the cold wintery days are passing by slowly. For those of you who are bored with…

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Posted in Around The School Clubs Sports Student Life

Boy’s Wrestling: stomping the competition

The DHS wrestling team is ready to tackle this years season with strong goals and ambitions. “The team is getting in good wrestling shape, I…

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Dancing around Durango

Though students involved in dancing in Durango is a small minority and the amount that pursue dancing beyond high school is even smaller, Durango is…

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