The Herd

As California Burns, Climate Change Demands Increased Attention

Janelle Powell, Staff Writer

September 21, 2020

Since social-distancing started, most of our social media feeds have changed from pictures of outings with friends to information about current events, from COVID-19 procedures to protests to more recently orange, smokey skies....

The Power Play

Emily L'Heureux, Fiction and Satire Editor

January 29, 2020

Since hockey has become a widely popularized sport, it’s been best known for the “tough” element involved, with high levels of contact and, perhaps the most iconic element of hockey, the fighting. These associations tied to hock...

Kurdistan: American Withdrawal and American Betrayal

Elliot Gere, Guest Writer

November 23, 2019

The Kurdish people — or “Kurds” — are the largest ethnic group in the world that do not occupy a state of their own. This unfortunate status has been associated with them ever since the early 1920s when Britain and Fr...

Microplastics in our oceans

Emma Cripps, Co-Editor in chief

October 24, 2018

  Pollution and climate change and their harmful effect on marine and terrestrial organisms are all things that the majority of people are aware of. But, unfortunately, we’re degrading our ecosystem in even more ways...