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By Kamden Tackett On March 23rd, 2024, a terror attack was carried out at a Concert Hall in Moscow that killed 133 people and left another 145 injured. The perpetrators were caught and taken into Russian prison, showing up to court the next day severely bruised and barely conscious. The attack was carried out...
By Mia Birkes Cole Brings Plenty, a 27-year-old Native American actor known for his role in the Yellowstone spinoff series, 1923, was found dead on April 5. The location of his body came just days after Lawrence police issued an affidavit for his arrest, related to an alleged domestic violence incident that occurred the...
By Mia Birkes In February of this year, the birthplace of democracy saw the Greek parliament legalize same-sex marriage and adoption, becoming the first Orthodox Christian country to do so. This vote secured a major win for the LGBTQ+ community in Greece and has the potential to set the standard for other Orthodox Christian...
By Kamden Tackett In October 2023, an Iranian backed movement known as the Houthis launched missiles and armed drone strikes at Israel in response to the ongoing Israel-Hamas war. In November of the same year, they hijacked a cargo ship. These attacks would mark the first of many such attacks which would lead to...
By Nathan Cartmell The technology giant Apple is currently being sued by the U.S. Department of Justice over attempted monopolization in the smartphone market. The DOJ, alongside several state governments, filed the antitrust suit and believes that Apple’s anti-competitive behavior in the market violates Section 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.  
By Nathan Cartmell As the academic year draws to a close, the McPherson College campus community looks forward to the annual Campus Blowout in May. This much-anticipated event marks the end of another successful year of academic achievements, personal growth, and vibrant campus life. Students, faculty, and staff come together to celebrate their hard...
By Edwin Buiter McPherson College has a parking problem. Especially at the beginning of the school year, with the influx of new students, finding a space to park and get to class was nearly impossible, leading to car lined streets and frustrated students. Adding to the problem, many Automotive Restoration students have more than...
By Sofia Ramirez Trigger Warning: Eating Disorder, Medical issues  In our generation, people often romanticize eating disorders. I used to be one of those people until I lived through it. During recovery I learned a lot about what an eating disorder really is, and what it can do to you.  
By Nathan Cartmell One of the biggest rivalries of the past decade and a half has been between iPhones and Android phones. when the iPhone was revealed in 2007, it decimated the old players, such as Nokia and Palm. Now, the duopoly of phone operating systems has been very well established, with iOS and...
By Daryn Stack The Super Bowl just finished, and the Chiefs were triumphant over the 49ers. Despite their victory, the recent news has little to do with the Chiefs.   Following the game, reports have been surfacing that the 49ers team did not comprehend the overtime rules. This means that the 49ers...