Sunday, April 18, 2021
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Oregon! Oregon has received 35,100 initial doses but is expecting 228,400 doses before the end of the year. The F.D.A has officially approved Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for the prevention of 2019 coronavirus disease...
There are 2 moments within the pandemic that I remember best. The first one was on the last day of in-person school that we had in March of 2020. It was 4th period, and my English teacher gave what...
Mike Pompeo and the Trump administration made parting remarks that very brazenly oppose China’s “training measures” in Xinjiang, where around one and a half million Uyghurs and Kazakhs were detained, mistreated, sterilized, and, according to the Trump administration, massacred. ...
The world we live in today seems like one of consistent fear. The Coronavirus is a constant, terrifying thought in our minds that we can’t help but create worst-case scenarios about. What if I get the virus? Could my...
America is at war. Yet, we are no longer fighting with blades and bullets; we fight with misinformation and hostile language. We no longer fight on a distant battlefield; we fight within our workplaces, homes, schools, and online communities. We...
Changing what you eat can be a difficult adjustment, especially when highly processed foods are extremely accessible due to takeout, delivery, and fast food options. At the moment, it might be tempting to eat that giant bowl of ice...
In her passing, Selma Pierce’s legacy and life's work is one that we can all learn from. She dedicated her time and efforts to helping people in need through her hard work and determination. Selma Pierce was a humble,...
Spending your time in the midst of a pandemic can be extremely boring. Luckily, there are many hobbies you can start or try to cure this quarantine boredom. Getting your creative juices flowing can help the long days go...
In the field of art, there are many types of jobs for artists, whether that is physically drawing, to creating pieces out of different material, to making art through filming. Whatever path you chose to take in the field...
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Save Oregons Trees!

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Republished from Issue 4 Volume 4 Oregon is known as a green state; we like trees an almost indecent amount, and there seems to be vegan stores on every corner. However, this is far from coincidental; So what keeps Oregon...

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