New In The News

Lindsay Andrew

March 12, 2018

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Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a country in Southeast Asia that has recently received international attention for the Buddhist-majority government’s alleged persecution and of one of its minority groups, the Islam-practicing...

Black Panther

Mikayla Miller

February 22, 2018

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Black Panther (2018) has shattered a slew of records in Marvel history this past weekend. Early numbers leading up to the release of the movie projected it would make $100-$120 million on its opening weekend. As sales grew, those ...

Charity Fair = Stress?

Charity Fair = Stress?

February 8, 2018

Two Dollars for a Google Search?

Lexi Davis, Silvia Stambaugh, and Zoie Cecil

January 26, 2018

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On December 14th, the Federal Communications Committee (FCC) enacted a ruling that repealed the strict management of the online business to consumer process. Known as net neutrality, the repealed regulations and guidelines restrict...

New in the News

Lindsay Andrew and Ella Boyt

January 26, 2018

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This past year in the U.S., scientists at the Department of Health and Human Services have observed increasing rates in opioid usage and opioid related deaths. It is estimated that every day, 90 people die after overdosing on...

No More Dry Erase Markers Because of…Taxes?

Lindsay Andrew and Lexi Davis

December 19, 2017

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In the wee hours of Saturday morning on December 2nd, the Senate passed a tax plan in a 51-49 vote that will affect millions of Americans. The 479 page tax plan was given to some members of Congress only a few hours before the...

Too Early for the Holidays?

Nathan Roberts and Lauren VerBrugge

December 1, 2017

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It’s that time of year again… or is it? Every year, radio stations start playing holiday music in October. Stores begin to decorate their stores with lights and start having holiday sales before Thanksgiving. But the question...

Recent Election Updates

Lexi Davis, Reporter

November 14, 2017

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This week, multiple elections across the United States resulted in firsts for minority legislators. While the 2016 presidential election echoed the wants of the white working class, the most recent elections have shown a rise in ...

To the Big Leagues

Lindsay Andrew, News Lead

November 14, 2017

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On Wednesday, November 8th, several Hickman athletes signed contracts that declared their intent to compete on their college's sports teams. Nine students in total signed, representing three of Hickman’s teams. Abby Dubinsk...

Dia de los Muertos

Lauren VerBrugge, Reporter

November 7, 2017

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From October 31st through November 2nd, Dia de los Muertos, also commonly known in America as Day of the Dead, is celebrated by many people around the world. Among this group, is some of Hickman’s very own kewpies and their fami...

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