Music changes every day

Music changes every day

Annie Stonebreaker, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

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Hydraulic drilling harming environments all over

Abbe Breeding, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives, Uncategorized

During the last decade the natural gas industry has drilled tens of thousands of new wells in the United States to drill for natural gas. Natural gas is viewed as a cheap, clean and American- made energy resource that enjoys the benefit... Read more »

Ridding diet of GMO’s not as hard as it seems

Ridding diet of GMO’s not as hard as it seems

Tyson Juarez, Features Editor
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

There are a lot of things in life that people decide to invest in. Whether it is a house, stocks, or even a college education, people tend to spend time and money on things in order to benefit from them. What most people do not realize is that one of the most overlooked investment opportunities is their... Read more »

Pop culture will never compare to early 2000′s

Pop culture will never compare to early 2000′s

Alex Rodal-Cubillas, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Hop on board the time travel express and take a trip back in time to the earlier part of the 2000’s when pop culture blossomed and filled the world with feel good moments. Back when everyone still wondered if Dawson got the girl, when boy bands ruled the billboard charts, Disney still had good programming... Read more »

Physics: Is it scary?

Physics: Is it scary?

Chris Patterson, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Judging by the title of this article, you would assume that I’m going to attempt to persuade you that physics is not scary; well that would be a lie. Physics is scary, but I feel everyone should know something about this awesome force governing our world. If you are like me, you might never have... Read more »

Review: Dragon software a must have for students

Dusty Hamrick, Staff Writer
April 8, 2014
Filed under Most Recent, Opinion

Technology today is amazing! Look at Stephen Hawking, completely disabled, and paralyzed, and yet a Professor of Mathematics and the greatest scientist of all time. Technology was his catalyst. How could he have conveyed his thoughts and amazing intelligence had it not been for technology? Technology... Read more »

Opinion: TV show cancellations leave fans in a lurch

Alex Rodal-Cubillas, Staff Writer
April 8, 2014
Filed under Most Recent, Opinion

TV ¬rules the daily lives of thousands of millions of people around the world. From toddlers all the way to grandma and grandpa, everyone has a show or network that they enjoy watching. However, every network has an audience that it targets with different types of TV shows or broadcasts. For example;... Read more »

Opinion: The N word in the NFL

Bridget Rogers, Staff Writer
March 14, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Who uses the N-word anymore? Apparently players in the National Football League use it so much that it soon may become a 15-yard penalty. While the NFL considers this rule, with good intentions,... Read more »

Opinion: The dark side of the Internet

Opinion: The dark side of the Internet

John "Risky" Boltz, Staff Writer
March 12, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Perhaps the most influential invention of the past 75 years is the Internet—a way to connect instantly with our friends and loved ones, to meet new people, and to network and share ideas. The Internet has been able to provide a voice for the mute, give courage to the shy, and has sparked connections... Read more »

Opinion: What happened to the real Slim Shady?

Opinion: What happened to the real Slim Shady?

T.J. Gossard, Staff Writer
March 12, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

 There I was just being a student. English class of some kind. Teacher was giving examples of controversial topics, so a clear choice was Eminem. He’s controversial. I get it. Kids mumble, adults grumble,... Read more »

Opinion: Growing up in Montana

Opinion: Growing up in Montana

Abbe Breeding, Staff Writer
March 12, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

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Opinion: Molstead Library should be open on the weekend

Dave McKerracher
March 7, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

It’s Saturday morning and I’m up at the crack of dawn. For us morning people, this is the time of peak mental performance. What am I doing at 6 a.m. on a weekend? Trying to study. Not the easiest thing to do considering my living situation. I should be up to my neck in books at the library right... Read more »