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December 9, 2015 • 149 views
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Physical and Mental Tolls Call for Further Post-Career Assistance for Retired Athletes

Jackson Guthmiller, Contibuting Writer
December 2, 2015 • 227 views
Filed under Opinions, Sports

After playing 10 seasons in the National Hockey League, Steve Montador’s career came to an end after he suffered his sixth concussion. Less than three years later, he was found dead in his home at the age of 35. Montador suffered from depression, memory loss, and insomnia in the years following his... Read more »

Are Humans No Better Than Chimpanzees?

Misty Bunnell, Mutimedia Manager/Distribution
November 29, 2015 • 155 views
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Are we more violent now than our ancestors were? Are we more like our close animal cousins the chimpanzees than we want to admit? Is it all genetics or environment? Is there hope for the human race? Historically, violence is very prominent in the human timeline. War, domestic violence, murder and... Read more »

To Prevent Illness, Go Back to Kindergarten

Stephanie Oxford, Senior Copy Editor/Public Relations Manager
November 29, 2015 • 108 views
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‘Tis the season for annoying things – pumpkin and peppermint flavored everything, pre-Thanksgiving Christmas commercials, and the common cold. Of those three items, only one of them can be prevented without cutting yourself off from social media and T.V. Yes, I’m talking about the common cold. Every... Read more »

Technology Disconnects Us From the World

Technology Disconnects Us From the World

Anne Orban, Managing Editor
November 28, 2015 • 213 views
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We live in a very interesting time. In our lifetime we have seen countless changes in technology and social norms. While the growth of technology has allowed us to achieve amazing things there is always a downfall. In this ever changing world, we have become disconnected. Cellphones and the explosion... Read more »

Students Share Their Feelings on Social Media

Dustie M. Clements, Contributing Writer
November 27, 2015 • 93 views
Filed under Opinions

Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines social media as “forms of electronic communication through which users create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages and other content.” Social media comes in a variety of platforms including Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. The... Read more »

Technology Disconnects Us From The World

Technology Disconnects Us From The World

Anne Orban, Content editor
November 11, 2015 • 99 views
Filed under Opinions

We live in a very interesting time. In our lifetime we have seen countless changes in technology and social norms. While the growth of technology has allowed us to achieve amazing things there is always a downfall. In this ever changing world, we have become disconnected. Cellphones and the explosion... Read more »

17-Mile Detour

Stephen Farghali
August 5, 2015 • 352 views
Filed under Blog, Opinions, Showcase

Located between the cities of Monterey and Carmel, CA is the Pebble Beach Company, known for its golf course and trademarked Lone Cypress Tree. Each year, travelers will pay a $10 fee to pass through the gated community via 17-Mile Drive. It is a route famous for its winding path along rugged coastline... Read more »

Critical Teacher Shortage in South Dakota

Jake Nordbye, Guest Blogger
April 27, 2015 • 1,096 views
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In a few weeks more than 400 students will graduate from Black Hills State – and as a part largest teacher education program in the state of South Dakota – many of those grads will be pursuing jobs in education. The job search will begin, and these talented new teachers will eventually make a choice... Read more »

A Mouthpiece For Martyrdom

Stephen Farghali, Senior Editor
April 15, 2015 • 644 views
Filed under Jacket Journal, Opinions

In a 2006 publication titled “Al-Qaeda’s Constructivist Turn,” author Marc Lynch quotes Ayman al-Zawahiri, the current leader of al-Qaeda, in saying “We are in a battle, and more than half of this battle is taking place in the battlefield of the media…we are in a media battle for the hearts... Read more »