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Michigan protests counter weeks worth of health precautions

A couple hundred protestors stormed Michigan’s capital on Wednesday, April 15 in Lansing against Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order. The protests spurring across the country are fostering large amounts of people, essentially putting more at risk.

Natalia Berti, Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief, and Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2020

A couple of hundred protestors stormed Michigan’s capital on Wednesday, April 15 in Lansing protesting Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order. “Reopen America” protests like that in Lansing have popped up all over the country this week in Minnesota, Virginia, Kentucky, ...

Sanders and Biden participate in 11th Democratic Debate

The 11th 2020 Democratic Primary Debate occured on March 15.

Jack Ging, Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief, and Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2020

On Sunday, March 15, CNN hosted the 11th Democratic Primary Debate in Washington DC. Candidates Senator Bernie Sanders and Former Vice President Joe Biden discussed issues like the status of social security, health care and immigration.  The event was filmed with no live audience in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This made the atmosph...

Battleground: Democratic presidential candidate

Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden faced off in previous debates that included former candidates. On Sunday, March 15, the two candidates will participate in a debate with only each other.

Olivia Ostrowski, Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief, and Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief

March 14, 2020

As the Illinois primary quickly approaches, Democratic voters debate which of one of the three candidates will receive their votes: Joe Biden, Tulsi Gabbard, or Bernie Sanders. With the polls showing Biden and Sanders in the lead, the two candidates will face off on Sunday, March 15 in a televised de...

Trump abuses power of presidency in Roger Stone controversy

President Trump ally Roger Stone's sentence was commuted from a maximum of nine years to 40 months after pressure from Trump.

Olivia Ostrowski, Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief, and Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2020

On Tuesday, Feb. 11, four federal prosecutors withdrew their jail sentence recommendation for former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone and suggested a revised, shorter sentence. Stone was accused of lying to Congress about President Donald Trump’s knowledge of Hillary Clinton’s exposed emails...

Students weigh in on Democratic presidential candidates

Students weigh in on Democratic presidential candidates

Olivia Ostrowski, Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief, and Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2020

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The Government Shutdown: What is it and how should it end?

Many furloughed employees have protested against the shutdown as it shows no signs of ending.

Lia Reichmann, Kabir Sawlani, Editor-in-Chief, and Abby Stockmal, Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2019

On December 21, 2018 the U.S. federal government shutdown began. While not unprecedented, on Jan. 12 this shutdown became the longest in U.S. history, passing the previous record holder of 21 days that occurred during Bill Clinton’s presidency. The shutdown is only a partial one with 75 percent of the govern...

Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination stirs conversation

RDN students tuned in to view Christine Blasey Ford accuse Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Lana Jawich, Kabir Sawlani, Editor-in-Chief, and Abby Stockmal, Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2018

Divided senators voted 50-48 on Saturday, Oct. 6 confirming Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, despite him being accused of sexual assault. President Donald Trump nominated Kavanaugh to become an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in July after the retirement of Anthony Kennedy...

Colin Kaepernick becomes Nike’s new face

Nike's thirtieth anniversary campaign ad showcased Kaepernick as their new face.

Saba Ali, Kabir Sawlani, Editor-in-Chief, and Abby Stockmal, Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2018

In early September, Nike released their thirtieth anniversary campaign ad, which featured Colin Kaepernick, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, sparking a lot of discussion and controversy. Using Kaepernick as their campaign’s face was a bold move for Nike as plenty of dispute surrounded Kaeperni...

Students react to arming teachers

Each day, students who are part of the Callisburg Independent School District pass signs like this on their way into the building. This could become a reality for many students across the U.S.

Thea Sankari, Samia Douedari, Section Editor, and Hannah Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2018

After the mass shooting and killing of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. on Wednesday, Feb. 14, people of all ages, from students to adults, have pushed for stricter gun control. However, President Donald Trump, as well as many other Republicans, are refusing to give ...

Battleground: Gun control after the Parkland shooting

Since the shooting, MSDHS students such as David Hogg (pictured) have pushed for stronger gun restrictions. However, some see this as a violation of constitutional rights.

Brandon Belgrad, Scott Bitautas, and Hannah Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

March 1, 2018

Background: On Wednesday, Feb. 14, tragedy struck at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. as former student Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people and injured 14 more, making it the 11th deadliest school massacre in world history. Due to the involvement of guns, a nationwide debate has once again started regarding gun laws in the U.S. Cruz, 19, set off a fire alarm before using an AR-15 style semi-automa...

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