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Travel Laws Changing For Missouri Citizens

     Starting in 2018 Missouri residents won’t be able to use their driver’s license as a form of ID at airports. Passports will be required for all travel, including domestic flights.     Missouri isn’t compliant with the Real ID act. Federal agencies and military bases don’t accept a Missouri license. The

Making The Switch

South implemented a new policy this year that many students are uncertain about. The administration totally wiped out the old card system. The purple, gold and platinum cards are things of the past long forgotten. This year is drastically different. Instead of referring to GPA and attendance to determine rewards, it

Laptops Strike Back

Every high school student will have a laptop to use, starting this school year. This is big because prior years leading up to this, only elementary and middle schoolers had them. For those who didn’t have a laptop to use before this school year this helps them a lot. The laptops

University of Missouri President Resigns

The president of the University of Missouri, Timothy M. Wolfe, resigned Monday morning. Wolfe resigned after a series of racial incidents. The racial incidents started in September when a student said that he was called a “n-word” by a group of men in a pick-up truck. The incidents continued when a

College Life

College is a life experience that most seniors want to have. It is a place where you can learn from not only the classes themselves but can learn from other students. College is a social gathering where people can find themselves and make life long lasting friends. But with over thousands of colleges in the U.S., where do you go?

Stand for Sam

Michael Sam is the football star of the year at the University of Missouri (Mizzou). He recently announced his sexual orientation as gay, just over a month before he goes into the NFL Draft.