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Jobs lost to machines provide space for new opportunities

Isaac Parrish
With recent advancements in artificial intelligence, people are starting to worry about what this might mean for the current job market....

A pill-popping pandemic

Anna Xu
Although people might not be able to fully verbalize the pain they are in, the physical signs are clear. They could writhe in their beds,...

Courtwarming fundraiser results in injury

Ann Fitzmaurice
After a courtwarming "pie in the face" fundraiser got out of hand during A lunch, Administration warned students about the intensity of their throws, which...

Tried, tested, not true: moving on provides insight into self-worth

Ann Fitzmaurice
Every single time I took the American College Testing (ACT) exam, save one, I cried when I received my score. It took me six attempts...

Columbia Regional Airport struggles, but what can we do?

George Frey
COU will see more demand, but unless the city makes changes, the issues will force residents to drive two hours to other airports....

CPS explains early release, extracurricular cancellations

Multiple Authors
The district explains the purpose behind the early release day, extracurricular cancellations and how they came to those decisions....

CPS esports clubs participate in esports exhibition Dec. 8

Isaac Parrish
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The price of dreams

Ann Fitzmaurice
Parents sacrifice personal aspirations for filial fulfillment. Students and teachers reflect on what they have given up to achieve their goals....

Girls’ basketball demolishes Vashon

Maddie Murphy
The Bruins hosted Vashon, coming out on top with a score of (97-9)....