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Enough

Enough

September 1, 2018

A set of acrylic fingernails would be his first step to revealing who he actually was. To his mom, he was still a baby boy. To his teachers, just an...

Democracy depends on journalists

Lincoln Roch, Staff Writer

August 19, 2018

Filed under Opinions

“Democracy Dies in Darkness.” That appears on every edition of The Washington Post, and that statement is true now more than ever. Journalists in newsrooms across the country dedicate their lives to educate and inform the people and hold truth to power. Journalists and our media are the American democracy’s best friends, not the enemies. The media have been considered the 4t...

Don’t Let It Happen Here (The Howler Preview)

Don’t Let It Happen Here (The Howler Preview)

March 14, 2018

We, as kids, have been waiting for adults and politicians to do what is supposed to be their job, protect us, but we have been left hanging, and are dyin...

Perfection Infection

Perfection Infection

March 14, 2018

More than half of women ages 18 to 40 are unhappy with their body according to a study done by The New York Times. The author states that 80 percent o...

Water is Life

Water is Life

February 28, 2017

Peering past the the wispy white tear gas engulfing a mass of shadowy figures, native elders and water protectors, fighting for clean water stand, burning ...

Storytelling in Hip Hop

Levi Wood, Opinions Editor

January 24, 2017

Filed under Culture, Opinions, Showcase

If I had a penny for how many times I have heard how modern day rap and hip-hop ain’t what they used to be, I’d be rich. Everyone is talking about it, but is it true? Is modern day rap really just a whole bunch of hubbas and huddas with an off beat trap mix in the background? Well, as quoted by Snoop Dogg on westfesttv, “I don’t know who created [modern rap] but all them...

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s Lecture at University of Colorado

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s Lecture at University of Colorado

September 10, 2016

If I had to describe Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s lecture in one word, it would be enlightening. Though she only spoke for an hour, she sai...

Letter to an Incoming Junior

Letter to an Incoming Junior

May 19, 2016

You may have heard people say, “Junior year is the hardest year of high school”. Well, I believe that may be true, but it’s still manageable. Ju...

Soccer Salary Scandal

Soccer Salary Scandal

May 19, 2016

Recently it has been released the USWNT (United States Women’s National Team) is suing U.S. soccer because they get paid a quarter less then the USMNT (...

Bic for Her

Natalie Mitchell, Guest Contributor

May 18, 2016

Filed under Opinions

Have you ever been walking through the soda aisle of a grocery store and noticed the two highly similar yet slightly different versions of calorie-free Coke: Diet Coke and Coke Zero? If you look closely enough you’ll realize that conveniently, they are both the same soda, just geared towards different genders. Diet Coke is in a silver can with a cursive font. This soda is ma...

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