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February 2019


Don’t let the MSD Movement die out

When students began protesting in Feb. 2018, pessimists said to give up. With every word at a rally or walkout, someone else would counter with words of hate. People said the movement would die out, so we might as well stop yelling. The verdict was a destiny of giving up and accepting no change. Keep Reading


MUN knocks out competition at NAIMUN

Armed with legal pads and draft resolutions, Model United Nations (MUN) students braved the cold weather and traveled to Washington, D.C. to compete at North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN). Keep Reading


Obscura: Anderson .Paak

Born and raised in Oxnard, Cal., Brandon Paak Anderson, better known as his stage name, “Anderson .Paak,” is an American rapper who takes his voice on an antique R&B style ride. Like spicy chicken wings, .Paak takes me on an adventurous ride of nostalgia rap. Keep Reading


College sports for the less sporty

Some people wonder what a board game or a fantasy sport such as Quidditch from Harry Potter would be like if it came to life. Many colleges around the country took that into consideration and made it possible to play more untraditional sports Keep Reading

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