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College Over Olympics?

Sydney McLaughlin chose college over Olympics Sydney McLaughlin is an American hurdler and sprinter who competes for the University of Kentucky. She holds many records and even won Gatorade National Girls Athlete of the Year twice. So why did McLaughlin give up the pro’s for college? “I wanted the experience

New look at the K

  The grounds crew at Kauffman Stadium is making big changes for the upcoming season. They are redoing the whole field and taking it apart. The K now is just a giant field of dirt. The K is not looking as good as it normally does at the moment, but when

I’m Sick.

I started a blog a couple days ago about Kevin Spacey being gay. I never finished it and it’s old news at this point but I just want to talk about it really quick. So Kevin Spacey likes dudes…

The Case of the Language Frenzy

There are many things of worth in life and to Lilit Zadoyan, junior, family is one of them. Zadoyan comes from an Armenian-American family and her native language is Armenian. Armenia borders Turkey and is near the Caspian of the Black Sea. “Family get togethers happen all the time, like

Red Ribbon Week

Natural Helpers have covered the school in red to celebrate Red Ribbon Week, a national drug and alcohol prevention campaign. About 80 million participate in Red Ribbon Week nationwide, and it’s the oldest and biggest drug prevention program in the country. The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to bring

Trump’s Not Top 10

Trump has been president for less than year, and already too many trainwrecks to keep track of have happened. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and reminisce just a few of Trump’s most memorable mistakes. Issued a budget plan that was off by 2 trillion dollars. Yep, that’s

More Than Just a Dog

I’m going to make a bet right now and say that you haven’t met more than one person who doesn't like dogs. If you have, then you need to meet some new people. If you haven’t, then read this and see why people love dogs so much, and why we

An Act of Pure Evil

On September 6, mass murderer Stephen Paddock rained open fire over the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas, leaving 58 people dead and 489 wounded. Paddock made his sniper nest on the 32 floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, with 23 firearms in his room. After the shooting, lasting around 10