Mon. Mar 25th, 2019
Reflecting on global climate change protests

Reflecting on global climate change protests

Alexandra Gers Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online

It has been exactly one week since students across the world partook in climate change protests. The march was inspired by 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who has skipped school every Friday for the past six months to protest the lack of government action and irreversible effects of climate change.

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Finding an appreciation for wildlife photography

Finding an appreciation for wildlife photography

Taylor Anderson Staff Writer

Walking through the Natural Wildlife Photography Exhibition, the sounds of birds chirping becomes immediately entrancing. The lighting. With the windows covered and dim overhead lighting, the only things really illuminated were the photographs allowing visitors to forget about anything else in the room or the outside world and focus solely the images. (more…)

Why we can all relate to Hiccup Haddock and How to Train Your Dragon 3

Why we can all relate to Hiccup Haddock and How to Train Your Dragon 3

Gabe Menzies Staff Writer

I was seven years old when I watched the first “How to Train Your Dragon” movie, and 16 when I saw the third and final installment with my younger brother recently. My brother, who is as big of a fan as the next 9-year-old when it comes to the Viking and dragon adventures, loved it. “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” was two entertaining hours of the protagonist Hiccup Haddock searching for a new world to escape his most fearsome enemy yet; dragon hunter Grimmel the Grisly. For me, the meaning went much deeper.

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