Students gather to experience the anti-vaping exhibit in the Commons Feb. 19.

Anti-Vaping Exhibit Gallery

February 28, 2020

Sanders wins Nevada, Bloomberg knocked down in ninth Democratic debate

Sarah Davis, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2020

Bernie Sanders won an overwhelming victory in the Nevada caucuses Feb. 22. With 60 percent reporting, as of Feb. 23, Sanders has already claimed 46 percent of the votes and 10 delegates. While the results will certainly change, ...

New Hampshire primary continues trend set by Iowa

Sarah Davis, Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2020

It’s primary season, and that means that from now on my columns will mostly be reporting on each state’s results. While I know that this is information that can be found through a quick Google search, I hope to also draw com...

Chaps out of water: student embarks on self-imposed mission to find the best tasting water fountain

Isabella Newlands, Photographer

February 10, 2020

Whether you carry your water in a Hydro Flask or a Yeti, we just want one thing: good, cold water to keep us hydrated. That is why I set out on an intense investigation to find the best water fountains in the school. It was a long jo...

The Iowa caucus results are in, but do they really matter?

Sarah Davis, Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2020

The Iowa primary results, which were set to be released Feb. 3, were delayed from their original release time due to technical errors. Under immense pressure to release the outcome, the Democratic National Committee published 62...

Pre-Iowa caucus poll results withheld over polling error

Sarah Davis, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2020

The Des Moines Register decided Saturday night to not release the results of their poll in Iowa due to a human error in their polling process.  The poll is conducted by phone operators who call citizens in Iowa and read off a list of candida...