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Designer Babies

Jaxon Higgins, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

Filed under Health, News, Science, Technology, Uncategorized, USA, World

Our world is changing faster than we can keep up with, science and technology have been in a constant state of revolution for the last three decades. And for the biology community, the next big step appears to be in the realm of genetics. The day humans are able to alter our own genetic instructions is one that is coming rapidly. So the question must be asked, do we - or rather should we - have the right to genetically engineer a “more superior” breed of humans.

A Morbid Curiosity

Jaxon Higgins, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Philosophy, Science, World

            Science is based on the idea that knowledge will never fully be obtained, that there is a perpetual search for truth. This, unfortunately, often becomes the bane of scientists around the globe, in every culture. This search for truth has a tendency to blind researchers to both the practicality, and morality of the means by which they acquire it. When a scientist’s curiosity is peaked, it will, more often than not, outweigh any other factors associated with the subject, no matter how vital.

Is It Time To Ban-Nanas?

Jaxon Higgins, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under Business, Food, News, Opinion, Politics, USA, World

   The concept of the free press - modern-day journalism - is practically worshipped in American society. Only very recently did skepticism become so heavily endorsed, and even now the word of the media is commonly taken as gospel. The argument of the existence, and much more relevantly, the distinction of truth is vital in the realm of mass media.

Rewind of 2018

Tanner David, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018

Filed under USA, World

So many things have happened this year you couldn’t even remember. For example, did you know the Winter Olympics happened in January? Yes, it has really been that long. 2018 has been a weird year for the U.S.A. So many events have ha...

The Day the Prince Ties the Knot

Blake Donaldson, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018

Filed under About, Features, News, Travel, USA, World

On May 19, 2018, the exchange of the rings that everyone was waiting for, finally had happened. The royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle finally took place.   The royal wedding was located at St George's...

Averaging More than One School Shooting Every Week

Blake Donaldson, Staff Writer

May 20, 2018

Filed under About, Colorado, Politics, School News, USA, World

Friday morning of May 18, 2018, changed many lives and many families.  There have been 22 school shootings only 20 weeks into the year 2018. That averages out to more than one school shooting every single week. The government has...

Weird Animals Found Around the World

Madison Hays and Hannah Goldman

May 20, 2018

Filed under Nature, World

     We all love our typical furry friends; cats, dogs, hamsters, and so much more! However, many people do not know about the less common animals around the world. These animals do not get the popularity they should for ...

Doping Debacle

Doping Debacle

February 22, 2018

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