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The Celebrity Cycle

Katherine Dunlop, Staff Reporter December 8, 2020

   We watch celebrities through a screen, expecting them to be everything we imagined them out to be, but in reality, they don’t always meet these harsh expectations.  They experience scandals, make...

Teenagers in the Spotlight

McKenna White, Co-Editor-In-Chief December 8, 2020

    Being an influencer may seem like the ideal career to their thousands of followers, but in reality, it can be a very time-consuming and stressful job. Forbes magazine found that 47% of surveyed influencers...

Influencers vs Celebrities

Finnley Ottley, Staff Reporter December 8, 2020

  In a world where social media controls people’s lives, it is hard to escape influencers and celebrities. It is even harder to escape being bombarded with ads and sponsored posts. Throughout recent...

Celebrity Worshipping

Josefina Albert, Online Editor December 8, 2020

What drives idolatry? Is it envy? Admiration? Or maybe even hope? Some psychologists and neuroscientists attribute idolization to seeing traits in others that we believe we lack and wish to emulate....

Third Party Candidates and What They Offer

Scarlette Cron, Features Editor November 3, 2020

  Green Party candidate: Howie Hawkins.  Howie Hawkins is an environmental activist. His primary campaign is based on building an independent working-class social and political movement that...

Why We Have Voting Parties

Liliana Cruz, Co-Editor-In-Chief November 3, 2020

  The formation of political factions or parties began during the ratification of the Constitution in 1787. These fractions started developing due to the strong beliefs of two groups of the nation’s...

Presidential Candidates and Their Stances

Jacob Dunlop, A&E Editor November 3, 2020

In the age of Fake News, it can be hard to understand what’s going on politically, and even harder to understand our political candidates. Between the clips we see of the debates, Twitter rants and the...

Historical Firsts from the Election of 2020

Josefina Albert, Online Editor October 29, 2020

    No matter the outcome, the election of 2020 will mark many firsts. COVID 19, still a prominent health crisis among the public, has spurred change within many systems. From the way voter ballots are...

The Electoral Process in the United States

Jennifer Rodas, Beats Editor October 29, 2020

 More than 50 million Americans have already voted for the United States Presidential election according to Forbes Business Magazine. 50 million votes is about 37 percent of the votes that took place...

Helping Out Around the Town: Volunteer Opportunities in Wenatchee

Finnley Ottley, Staff Reporter October 25, 2020

      COVID-19 has hindered many different things, but it has also made way for a plethora of volunteer opportunities. Now it is easier than ever to help others. Support can be provided virtually...

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