Silver Streak

Firing Back: Modern Times Call For Gun Law Reform

Hanna Edwards, Staff Writer

May 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Schools have had a problem that has not been addressed for years- April 20, 1999 to be exact, when two young men walked into Columbine High School with guns and bombs then killed 12 classmates and teachers and injured 21 others....

Time to Talk Trash: Randall has a littering problem

Abigail Hurtt, Editor-in-Chief

April 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion

While walking around campus, one can expect to see students walking to class, tennis courts, bleachers, and lots of trash. Walking between buildings or in the parking lot often feels as if I'm walking through a landfill due to...

Dress Code Violations Should Not Result in ISS

Casey Stavenhagen, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Recently, students in violation of the dress code began receiving ISS. This was caused by the recurrence of violations when the punishment was more lenient, but the punishment is not what needs the reform, it is the policy. ...

Net Neutrality Does Not Matter

Casey Stavenhagen, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A quick internet search on the topic “net neutrality” yields thousands, if not millions of articles, blogs, and social media posts responding to the FCC’s repeal of the act in outrage. A legal protection of net neutrality wa...

My Thoughts on Sam Rhine’s Genetics Conference

Casey Stavenhagen, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

When many people think of boring circumstances, things that come to mind are Sunday evenings stuck in the house, slow days at work, or sitting in a lecture hall for three hours to hear a 500 plus page slideshow; however, to AP ...

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