What graduation looks like for a 2020 senior

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We have been grieving since March. We are grieving jobs and loved ones. We have lost vacation deposits and retirement savings. We have been without church meetings and sports games; […]

Biden tromps Sanders in key primary states

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On March 10, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders faced off in the first head-to-head battle for the Democratic nomination. Biden emerged victorious, winning Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri and Idaho. Sanders won […]

The global events that separate Millennials from Generation Z

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Dividing generations by abstract dates might seem senseless, but the first generational terminology was born from the baby boom post-World War II. After the war, birth rates across the world […]

Local creamery defends the environment

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You’ve heard the numbers: 8 million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year. Plastic debris kills an estimated 100,000 marine animals annually. Only nine percent of our […]

Weber overhauls parking system

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On March 29, Crystal Taylor was juggling phone calls from angry students and employees at Weber State University. It had snowed all morning, and as a result, cars were quadruple-parked […]