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Life of the Party Review

Life of the Party Review

Delaney Pietsch, Photojournalist

June 6, 2018


Filed under A and E, Opinions

This week, Life of the Party, came out and has already gotten positive feedback. Most people that have seen the movie have generally liked. It has received a rating of 78% on google. It is a friendly movie for both parents and children to see together. It lets many families watch the humorous possibil...

Bail Bonds: The Ultimate Manifestation of Capitalism

June 6, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

In the United States, over 2.3 million people incarcerated. Often, when people commit crimes and are charged with a prison sentence, they are assigned a bail, which is a cash payment that could be made in exchange for freedom from prison. Many civil rights activists have been protesting the idea of bon...

The Effect of a Coach

The Effect of a Coach

Allie Steward, Photojournalist

June 5, 2018


Filed under Opinions

There are not very many children nowadays who have never been involved in a sport or some form of exercise. Whether it is dance, soccer, gymnastics, or swimming lessons, the majority of kids are signed up for these activities in order to get exercise and develop more motor skills. While this can be a ver...

Listen Up Underclassmen

Listen Up Underclassmen

Paige Weingarten, Editor-in-Chief

June 5, 2018


Filed under Opinions

The first piece that I ever wrote for The Wrangler was an advice editorial that I intended primarily for the freshman class. Through the eyes of a somewhat jaded sophomore, I doled out my newly acquired wisdom for the wide-eyed youngsters, giving them the advice that some had given me, as well as advic...

The Curse of Capitalism and Raising Drug Prices

The Curse of Capitalism and Raising Drug Prices

Stephanie Pocci, Photojournalist

June 5, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

Entrepreneur, Martin Shkreli, the CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals was outed to have raised the price of his drug, Daraprim by a whopping 5,000%.  The drug, Daraprim, is used to treat protozoal infections, especially in infants, for over 62 years. However, the medicine now has a limited access ever since...

Why Algae is becoming the next best Food Item

Why Algae is becoming the next best Food Item

Brandon Russell, Editor

June 4, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Opinions

For centuries that of the environment and the culmination of food has been at an all time crisis and has progressively become a counterintuitive act throughout that of the United States and even the World. Coming from a new scientific discovery, that of Algae is just one of the newest forms of up and c...

Community College Pros and Cons

Community College Pros and Cons

Allie Steward, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Finally, a huge perk of attending JC is that it is easier to transfer and get into a higher ranked school going in as a junior than it is applying and trying to get in right after high school. Lots of JC students are able to apply for and be accepted into schools they had only dreamed about going to...

Are the Zodiac Signs Accurate?

Are the Zodiac Signs Accurate?

Courtney Poon, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Having been established for years, the zodiac signs are something society has constantly looked up to for guidance. Even today, people see horoscopes on their timelines and wonder: Is there any truth to this? Though it can’t be proven for certain, astrology still remains an important guide to many beca...

The New Revolution

The New Revolution

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Opinions

More than 59 innocent lives lost, 527 people left with devastating injuries, and 20,000 bystanders traumatized for life. Just a few months ago, the deadliest mass shooting in American history turned Las Vegas’s vibrant nightlife into a graveyard. And just as America was recovering from this traged...

True Fame or Overcompensated Popularity?

True Fame or Overcompensated Popularity?

Jaylin Mandley, Editor

June 3, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Recently, people arguably have been gaining fame and popularity for unusual and unexpected reasons. Somehow along the way of their performances and/or shenanigans, people drew so much attention to themselves to acquire enough fans to sponsor their rather mediocre talents. While ordinary people with an a...

Suggestive Text and Social Reliance

Suggestive Text and Social Reliance

Carson Dike, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Opinions

There are no “ifs,” “ands,” or “buts” about it; the era of new technology and modern media has effectively aggrandized the progressive scale of human interaction and response. But in these times of contemporary and inexplicable advancement, the thought comes to question of whether technolo...

The ERA: How has it still not been passed?

The ERA: How has it still not been passed?

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Opinions

We live in the 21st century, the century of new technology, acceptance of diversity, and progressive thinking; yet, here in America, there are still some issues that keep us from moving forward. Particularly, many Americans still hold on to old gender stereotypes that have been plaguing this nation ...

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