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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...
By Cal Bieler The TikTok Ban bill just passed the House, but it doesn’t mean it’s banned yet. On March 13, the House of Representatives passed bill H.R.7521. The bill is better known as “Protecting Americans from Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act,” although the vast majority of Americans call it the “TikTok Ban.” 

Gun Buybacks

By Cesar Lopez Gun buyback programs have been a big topic in discussions surrounding gun violence prevention. While many view them as a positive step towards removing firearms from the streets and providing individuals with an opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted weapons, others question their effectiveness in addressing the causes of gun violence. 
By Daryn Stack Now I know that you may think that this is an April Fools article, but surprisingly, you would be wrong in that assessment. Almost a week ago Kennedy’s campaign decided to make it known that current New York Jets quarterback, Aaron Rodgers is being considered as a Vice President for Robert...
By Cal Bieler Living in a campus house with your friends may seem like a dream come true. Coming home after classes to your own space. Staying up playing games, or watching horror movies. Not (entirely) having to adhere to quiet hours, or the need to pay the water bill. While all those things...
By Jewel Marie The theatre department continued a tradition that has been honored for the last 30 years.  Every two years, children from elementary schools across the McPherson and Moundridge school districts visit the campus to watch a live play, have fun and ask questions of the actors afterwards. 
By Ford Kuhnel The Kansas drift scene is in big trouble. A few months ago, Heartland Motorsport’s Park closed due to unpaid tax increases and a decline in motor sports. This has had a huge impact on drifting and other motor sports in the state of Kansas. Without Heartland Motorsports drifters, drag racers, and...
By Nathan Cartmell College technology is an interesting topic, especially when it comes to laptops. On one hand, most people want to buy something that performs well, looks decent and will last at least through college. On the other hand, money can be tight when you’re in college. Spending $2,000 or more on a...
By Sofia Ramirez Note: This article contains spoilers for Blue Beetle (2023).  Jaime Reyes is a young adult who was gifted a type of alien technology through an artifact from outer space called the Scarab. The Scarab works by bonding and fusing with every cell in the host’s body with the...
By Edwin Buiter This year will mark the last year that McPherson College has an interterm semester. Interterm begins on January 3rd and ends on January 25th. For the month of January, students take only one class, typically for three to four hours per day, every day. For years, McPherson has had an interterm...