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Man Throws His Daughter Off a Cliff

Man Throws His Daughter Off a Cliff

Keron Sidhu

October 14, 2015


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Cameron Brown threw his 4 year old daughter, Lauren Sarene Key, off a cliff fifteen years ago to avoid paying for child support. He had previously told Sarah Key-Marer to get an abortion and had even tried to get her deported but she did not agree and gave birth to her daughter, Lauren. Brown’s...

Dinosaur Species Report

James Bilinsky

October 14, 2015


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For dozens of years, dinosaurs were known to mostly live in warm, tropical climates. In the past few decades, though, more and more examples of colder climate living dinosaurs have come up. For instance, evidence has been found in the form of Ugrunaaluk kukpikensis (pronounced oo-GREW-na-luck KOOK-pik-en-sis)...

Famous Musicians Grieve B.B. King’s Death

Brandon Walker, News Editor

June 2, 2015


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Whether it was being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during his career or being known as “The King of Blues,” B.B. King lived a full life as a great musician. After his death on May 14, 2015, musicians from all around the globe mourned his death.   After his death, at 89 years...

Hope for Nepal

Hope for Nepal

Emilia Haycock, Staff Writer

May 26, 2015


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A magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit almost 50 miles northwest of Kathmandu on April 25 killing more than 7,000 people, 14,021 people were injured, crumbling buildings and devastating much of the city. The ground shook beyond Nepal’s borders, into Tibet and northern India, in one of the worst natural disasters...

Decades After the Publication of To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee Announces the Release of her New Novel

Decades After the Publication of To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee Announces the Release of her New Novel

Catherine McGarry, Staff Writer

May 20, 2015


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February 3rd of this year was an exciting day for fans of Harper Lee’s adored novel, To Kill a Mockingbird because the author herself gave news that a sequel to the book, called Go Set a Watchman, is to be released on July 14th. Many who grew up with her book and adored it throughout the years cou...

Second Earthquake Shakes Nepal

Second Earthquake Shakes Nepal

Brandon Walker, News Editor

May 20, 2015


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On Tuesday, May 12, another earthquake struck Nepal. According to Weather.com, the earthquake had killed at least 65 people and according to the Nepali government, had injured 1,117. This strong 7.3 magnitude earthquake brought back harsh memories of the 7.8 magnitude strike back on April 25th.   It...

‘Deflategate’ Deliberations Mar Brady’s Reputation

‘Deflategate’ Deliberations Mar Brady’s Reputation

Abigail Rec, Sports Editor

May 20, 2015


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January and February 2015 was wrought with controversy as the 2014-2015 NFL football season drew to a close and the New England Patriots came under scrutiny by the NFL. In their final faceoff before entering the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks, the New England Patriots conquered the Indianapolis...

Amtrak Train Derails

Amtrak Train Derails

Katie Barton, Staff Writer

May 20, 2015


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At around 9:30 last night Amtrak train 188 was traveling from Washington to New York when it derailed in the Port Richmond neighborhood of Philadelphia, cars were torn apart and seven of them were sent flying from the tracks. The train was carrying 238 passengers and five  crew members, as of now seven...

Infiniti Q50: Can it Drive Itself?

Infiniti Q50: Can it Drive Itself?

Billy Froetscher and Sean McElwaine

May 20, 2015


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What a time to be alive! Soon we won’t even have to be driving ourselves anywhere, as  Infiniti has taken things into their own hands to create one of the first ever hands-free driving experiences. Check out your nearest Infiniti dealer to become apart of a revolution! Many people don't even know...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon House shut down at University of Oklahoma

Sigma Alpha Epsilon House shut down at University of Oklahoma

Katie Barton, Staff Writer

May 20, 2015


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Sigma Alpha Epsilon originated at the University of Alabama in 1856. Since then, it has had over 325,000 members initiated and prides itself on  “True Gentlemen” status.   However, recent events contradict this. Racism is something we’ve been fighting for a very long time. and a recent...

Update on the Presidential Election

Update on the Presidential Election

Sean McElwaine, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015


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The 2016 Presidential Election is still a while away, but the battle has already begun. Here is an update on what things are looking like in the world of politics from the right wing all the way to the left. To start off, maybe one of the most popular candidates and seeming frontrunner, Hillary Clinton,...

Life as Prisoner or Death as Martyr?

Life as Prisoner or Death as Martyr?

Abigail Rec, Sports Editor

May 18, 2015


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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21 year-old former college student and notorious Boston Marathon bomber, has been under persistent trial for his heinous crimes and involvement in an act of terror that destroyed lives and inflicted damage to American spirit. Monday marked the beginning of what could result to be a...

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