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Gun violence in the United States

Adam Flowers, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

The calendar year 2019 has a total of 365 days. As we are currently in the month of September, we are well over half of our year. As of September 15th, we are on our 258th day of the year and there have already been 300 mass shoo...

80’s Comeback

80’s Comeback

September 6, 2019

Ask Betty Bulldog: Confused Girl

Tiana Specht & Tammie McElwee, Staff Reporter

August 30, 2019

Dear Betty Bulldog, Okay, so kind of a long story, but, last year, I had a boyfriend. We have been with each other for about 3 years. We were in “love”, or so I thought. My ex-best friend, who I trusted with my life, slept ...

The dangers of charisma

Adam Flowers, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2019

Most recently, I have developed a voracious fascination for the psychology behind serial killers. Their life stories, crimes and motives heavily intrigue me. One of the most poignant serial killers in American history is Ted Bund...

Walking the halls for the last time: Gering seniors reflect on graduation

Adam Flowers, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2019

When senior Matthew Eckerberg was in his fourth period blue day class, he realized that it would be the last time he would ever sit in those desks. He realized that high school is ending and his last few days were upon him. ...

Santa Clarita Diet Review

Tiana Specht, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2019

The Netflix original Santa Clarita Diet was released on February 3, 2017. Santa Clarita Diet is a comedy show, and has three seasons out. Sheila and Joel are husband and wife realtors, who are trying to live a normal life wi...

The correlation between mental illness and creativity

Adam Flowers, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2019

Greek philosopher Aristotle once said, “There is no great genius without a touch of madness.” By this, he meant that new ideas and theories can be derived just by insanity. Of course, there are many geniuses in our world ...

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