And One Week Later . . .

Mike Kubik, Staff Writer

April 14, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Hello and welcome to the infamous Sunday Night Homework Fight! I am your honored host, Mike Kubik. The time is 9:43pm. Tonight we will discuss the ever-present, ever-looming, ever-blooming P-word. Yes, everyone, I do mean procrastination. We...

Give Cain a Second Chance

Jeremy Schrank

December 5, 2011

Filed under Opinion

In the world we are in today, no one should be surprised to see such an uprising by the media over a case that some say is irrelevant. Herman Cain, accused of sexual harassment by at least three women, is trying to earn the Republican...

Handsy Herman Won’t Be President

Dan Simak

December 5, 2011

Filed under Opinion

With sexual assault allegations whirling around Herman Cain, electoral experts believe that the once republican favorite may have already lost the 2012 nomination. This once-simple pizza boy is now enduring a vicious political...

Ban Books, Ban America

Mark Zoleta

October 14, 2011

Filed under Opinion

I understand some things should be banned from the public eye, including damaging drugs to explicit x-rated films, but books? When we stumbled onto the banned books display in the library, cross country runner Travis Lang exclaimed,...

More Taxes, Courtesy of Mr. Quinn

Nick LaRosa, staff writer

April 8, 2011

Filed under Opinion

On January 13th, 2011, the Illinois state legislature passed a 4-year tax-hiking bill, placing all responsibility for its own financial mismanagement onto the diligent workers of Illinois. According to the Wall Street Journal,...

Obamacare vs. The Constitution

Sam Zuidema, staff writer

April 8, 2011

Filed under Opinion

On Monday, January 31st, a federal judge in Pensacola, Florida, ruled Obama’s new health care law unconstitutional. The recently passed health care law includes an “individual mandate,” which means that every citizen is...

Turmoil in Wisconsin

Nick LaRosa

April 8, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Last month, 14 Democrat senators from Wisconsin fled to Illinois in an attempt to hinder the vote on a bill that would reduce Wisconsin’s $3 billion deficit. This would require public employees to pay a mere 5.8% towards their...

Tanning for Prom: Worth the Risks?

Rachel Didier

April 8, 2011

Filed under Opinion

With the excitement of prom filling the hallways and swimsuit season approaching, tanning salons are a hot place for teens. It’s time to come out of hibernation from the cold weather and hit the tanning bed to be bronze and...

Stress and Relaxation

Stress and Relaxation

December 3, 2010

Opinion