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By Hannah Butler  Tame Impala’s new album “The Slow Rush” was released in February 2020. You might have heard their song, “Borderline,” as it became a huge hit sound on TikTok used by many users. Compared to their 2015 album “Currents,” this album feels hazier and has more of the psychedelic-pop vibe. It also has more synth...
By Natalia Ahrens  With it being election season, I thought it would be fitting to write about a series on Netflix called “Designated Survivor.” After airing for two seasons on ABC, Netflix picked up the third season.       First coming onto Netflix in 2016, the series “Designated...
By Alex Goodloe  California wildfire forced evacuation of 60,000 people in Orange County on Monday, Oct. 26. The blaze started around 6 a.m. in the area of Santiago Canyon Road and was reported to be around 10 acres, according to the city of Irvine. The mayor of Irvine states, “the fire started in Silverado...
By Alex Goodloe   Amy Coney Barrett will fill the seat of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died in September, 2020. Democrats made numerous attempts to postpone the vote but ran headlong into a GOP determined to cement a 6-3 majority. The vote was 52-48, with only Republicans voting in favor and Democrats unifying in opposition. 
By Eli Jordan  On Oct. 28, 2020, the McPherson City Council elected to reinstate the mask ordinance in the city of McPherson. The previous mask mandate expired Sept. 8, 2020, and the wearing of a mask or face covering was not required. The mandate repeals any city ordinance that conflicts with the wearing of...
By Hannah Butler  Since March, restaurants have been hit hard by the effects the pandemic has had on the world. Lock-down had a lot of small businesses and restaurants closed temporarily, which didn’t help with the current unemployment situation.       The situation is better now. Most restaurants in...
By Alex Goodloe With the election buzz, Transgender advocates are starting to have mixed emotions. They are hoping for President Donald Trump’s defeat but also fear for the future if he remains in office. Shannon Minter, a transgender attorney with the National Center for Lesbian Rights, says, “Trump intends to use the full power...
By Brittany Merkel and Shannon Russell Throughout history, at one point or another, every generation has faced tragedy. Since some nursing homes are closed or not allowing visitors, we asked our grandparents about hard times they experienced while they were growing up compared to today.      ...
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By Meghan Smith Throughout my college career, one professor has stood out to me, and that was Dr. Becki Bowman. Bowman has an autoimmune disease which has led her to teach solely from home. She received the annual teaching award for tenured faculty this year at McPherson College. Even though Bowman has been off-campus,...