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Column: Too Much Mail

Column: Too Much Mail

Emily Roberts, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

As seniors decide their fate and send in their college deposits, mail continually floods their inbox from various institutions. The same few phrases haunt shredders, garbage cans, even closets. “We can help you soar higher!”, “Do you have what it takes?” and “Jumpstart your future” cause...

Column: Battle of Net Neutrality

Column:  Battle of Net Neutrality

Ashley McFarland, Student of Journalism

January 3, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

You know how you are able to look at any website no matter what Internet connection, and no fees exist? Thank net neutrality. Regardless of what kind of website you are looking at, it gets treated the same as any other website without your Internet service provider trying to have you pay extra for it. ...

Food Column: Catch Gluten-Free Humbug Fever

Food Column:  Catch Gluten-Free Humbug Fever

Mary Sollitto, Student of Journalism

January 3, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Although the holidays are filled with decorated plates, crimson red table cloths and elaborate centerpieces, one problem lingers. Gluten is not welcomed to the table. Having trouble entertaining a table of gluten eaters without shouting your dietary needs to the whole room? Here is how someone can e...

Political Column: With the Midterms Approaching, Here is Why You Should Vote

Political Column: With the Midterms Approaching, Here is Why You Should Vote

Zakary Will, Columnist

December 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Only one year remains until the 2018 midterm elections, and citizens of Neenah will have a plethora of political options. All of the state executives-Gov. Scott Walker, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, Attorney General Brad Schimel, Secretary of State Doug La Follette, and Treasurer Matt Adamczyk -- will...

Column about Prison for Profit: America’s Discriminatory System

Column about Prison for Profit: America’s Discriminatory System

Luke Hameister, Columnist

December 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

2017 has been a year of turmoil for Americans with the rocky beginnings of Trump’s presidency, hurricanes wreaking havoc on the East Coast, and consistently horrifying sexual assault allegations saturating the news. As the chaos of the past year rages, an equally unsettling trend has continued to spiral o...

Wise Guide to the Funny Bone Column: The Choice Between Vivacious Dye Or My Reputation’s Death

Wise Guide to the Funny Bone Column: The Choice Between Vivacious Dye Or My Reputation’s Death

Emilee Wise, Humorous Columnist

December 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

As the holiday season crashes into our homes, it tends to bring along family who lugs in suitcases bursting with shallow judgment and loud opinions.  Just the other day, my grandfather placed his hand on the top of my head, exclaiming, horrified, “What the hell happened to your hair?” fingering the no...

Moneytalks Column: Advice for College Expenses

Moneytalks Column:  Advice for College Expenses

Keaton Calcaterra, Student of Journalism

December 26, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

With devastating price tags and application fees rising, college can be difficult to afford. In fact, cbsnews.com confirmed some colleges are almost $60,000 per year for tuition and room/board. Being a student who is about to leave for college, I have firsthand experience on the stress of needing money ...

Column: Valentine’s Day History Gives New Meaning to Color Red

Column: Valentine’s Day History Gives New Meaning to Color Red

Charley Hrobsky, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

For generations Valentine’s Day continues to be a day of true love for every age. From the paper valentine’s bought in a store given out in elementary classrooms to awkward middle schoolers attempting to find significant others to those cute retired couples you see holding hands across a table in...

Column: Funding Your Future

Column: Funding Your Future

Cecelia Krause and Rachel Terry

December 29, 2016


Filed under Columns

High school students will sit in anticipation of a college acceptance letter for weeks, sometimes months, and the day it arrives they grin ear to ear telling everyone they know. They worked hard for years to be accepted into a good school and are eager to start the rest of their lives. What most students...

Column: Serving Others to Serve Yourself

Column: Serving Others to Serve Yourself

Rachel Terry and Cel Krause

December 29, 2016


Filed under Columns, Showcase

College applicants spend hours and hours writing one essay after another. The key to college admission, however, is not only GPA and ACT/SAT scores, but also community involvement. Money.usnews.com describes that community service is “ranked number four in importance of factors considered for admission -...

Column: End the New Year’s Resolution Stigma

Column: End the New Year’s Resolution Stigma

Emily Roberts, Columnist

December 28, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

The crystal-covered, LED-filled ball’s drop in Times Square, NY will ring in 2017 before we know it. Many of us have already purchased confetti poppers, whistles and gaudy New Years' themed glasses to anger elderly neighbors with when the clock strikes midnight. Few, however, have taken time to caref...

Column: How To Make Music At Home

Column:  How To Make Music At Home

Nick Morrissey, Music Columnist

December 28, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Chancelor Bennett, better known by his stage name and musical moniker Chance The Rapper is well known for his unique and charmingly positive approach to hip-hop, but he is perhaps known even more for his commercial success without the assistance of a record label. His most recent album Coloring Book...

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