F.C.C. Ruling on Net Neutrality

Sarah Schrup

March 25, 2015

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In late February 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C) voted to force broadband internet to be considered a public utility. This vote served as a leap towards providing high-speed internet connections to all Americans....

A Snowtastrophe

Elise Miller

February 26, 2015

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For almost a week in the last part of January, the news story which captured the media's attention were not ISIS, North Korea, or the latest celebrity gossip. No, the star of the media was Blizzard Juno. Newscasters and meteorologists...

What Does This Mean for Drones?

Mathew Klug

February 26, 2015

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On January 26th the Secret service reported an unknown private drone crash on the south lawn of the White House. Thankfully the drone had no harmful material “on board”, and the crash was ultimately deemed an accident. Although t...

Keystone Pipeline XL

Keystone Pipeline XL

February 22, 2015

SAT/ACT Prep

Katy Walz

December 18, 2014

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During this time of the year high-school students everywhere, usually juniors and sometimes seniors, are preparing for their tests of ACT and SAT. In order to prepare for these tests fulling, there are many steps that one must...

Celebrating Sacred Heart

Celebrating Sacred Heart

November 25, 2014

Reinstatement on the Horizon?

Mathew Klug

November 16, 2014

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Adrian Peterson has been the name of controversy in the NFL, and a sore spot for Viking fans everywhere. He was charged with “reckless assault”; he is reported to have whipped his four year old son. Peterson has been placed...

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