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By: Deiah Curtis Coughing, shivering, burning throat and fever through the roof. These are the beginning signs of what is now one of the biggest Influenza out breaks in decades, and doctors are screaming, “Stay home!” We’ve been hit hard at McPherson College, but the number of sick staff and students is low in comparison to other institutions around the country....

Larry Nassar

By: Armond McCray He was once one of the most trusted sports physician to Olympic gymnast’s, but now that trust is long gone for Larry Nassar. Not to mention that people have now even lost their jobs for placing so much trust in him, which allowed him to commit crime after crime, for far too many years. Larry Nassar not...
By: Emmy Goering On the afternoon of February 14, 2018, a 19-year-old former student entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida with an AR-15-style semi-automatic weapon and several magazines of ammunition. Shortly after, students began dying. Although the school had practiced a fire drill earlier in the day, the fire alarm had reportedly been pulled by the shooter, which...
By: Aysia Pryor         With net neutrality coming to an end, those of us who depend on technology, mainly our phones, might have a difficult time adjusting. I fall into the category of people who depend on technology, but it is possible to live without it. This idea reminds me of the days where majority of my childhood was spent outside...
By: Deiah Curtis Saturday, February 10, McPherson College hosted their very own Family Day. Family Day was filled with competitions, games, prizes, family and entertainment. One big hit on Family Day was SAB’s Family Feud! Eight families competed in a massive, audience-interactive, live game of the hit game show Family Feud. Families went head to head, battling it out for...
By: Gregory Roller Elephant and Piggie “We are In a Play” was an excellent play. The play was written by Mo Willems, and directed by Jd Bowman. It was about a pig named Piggie and an elephant named Gerald who were best friends and went on many adventures together. Piggie was played by Micaila Curtis and Gerald was played by...
By: Toni Snyder The McPherson College 2018 Cheer season drew to an end on February 18th at the KCAC Cheer and Dance Championship in Hillsboro, KS. Despite losing many members throughout the year due to injury and ineligibility, the squad managed to take fifth place out of the six teams in attendance with a score of 53 points.  This was the...
By: Andrew Tanner A common theme across the board for many car enthusiasts is knowing the right car when they see it! Such is the case for 20-year-old Anthony Falcone, a junior from New Jersey. At the end of his freshman year here at McPherson college, Falcone found a 1965 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport for sale in Wichita. “I have...
By: Tyler Dunn The season has just started for the Bulldogs and already the baseball team has had to battle off many curveballs. From the weather to overbooked hotels. Mentally the Bulldogs have faced a season’s worth of trouble in a matter of weeks. Despite all this adversity, the boys have been able win ten of their last twelve games, all...

Black History Month

By: Armond McCray Historically, Black History Month initially began as “Negro History Week” in 1926. Its founder, Carter G. Woodson, was disheartened after he discovered how underrepresented African Americans were in the shaping of American history. In 1915, he founded the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. This organization promoted and celebrated the accomplishments of African...