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Crisis in the Amazon

Crisis in the Amazon

Millie Menke '20, Student Contributer October 4, 2019

Deforestation is a word many of us are sadly all-too familiar with. Caused by human activities such as agricultural expansion, livestock ranching, logging, mining, and urban development, deforestation...

Riddle Me This

Riddle Me This

Lacy Williams '23, Staff Writer October 4, 2019

Mary Riddle: the woman behind the many farm renovations that have been happening since the summer, and the reason why Hutchison is being more environmentally friendly. She is constantly doing many tasks...

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Fearing the “Feminist”

Callie Oehmler '20, Digital Content Editor October 4, 2019

I asked one of my friends recently if she considered herself a feminist. She told me that she agrees with everything that feminism stands for, but she does not consider herself “a feminist.” This confused...

$10 a Day in Memphis

$10 a Day in Memphis

Emma Nair '19, Staff Writer 2018-2019 March 1, 2019

Here are some fun ideas on how to spend your day in Memphis for only $10! #1: Head out east to Gibson’s Donuts for breakfast where you can get their famous glazed donut for only $0.75. In fact, this...

Travel for Less

Travel for Less

Bella Harriman '22, Staff Writer 2018-2019 March 1, 2019

Traveling to new places is a great way to experience the world and get away from all the stress back home. Unfortunately, traveling tends to be pretty expensive; however, there are several ways to get...

The Effect of Music

The Effect of Music

Callie Oehmler '20, Digital Content Editor March 1, 2019

Since the beginning of time, the human race has attempted to express itself through the fine arts. Various art forms have been used to communicate what words cannot and show emotions that are stronger...

Students Not in Uniform

Students Not in Uniform

Shubhi Singh '22, Staff Writer 2018-2019 March 1, 2019

Diversity is an important topic in today’s world, and as students it behooves us to learn about its benefits and how it affects us. Most of the time we think of diversity as relating to race, religion,...

We Object!

We Object!

Callie Oehmler '20, Digital Content Editor March 1, 2019

In all of U.S. history, there have been one-hundred and thirteen justices appointed to the Supreme Court. Of these one-hundred and thirteen justices, only six have been of a different race or gender than...

Eating for the Environment

Eating for the Environment

Emma Nair '19, Staff Writer 2018-2019 March 1, 2019

Ever since the end of my sophomore year, I have been very conscious of what I choose to eat and how that affects the environment. During this time, I became obsessed with watching vegan lifestyle bloggers...

Brewing for a Change

Brewing for a Change

Ava Dickson '22, Staff Writer March 1, 2019

My Cup of Tea is the definition of ‘girls supporting girls’. My Cup of Tea is a nonprofit, Christian based organization started in 2006 by Mary Beth Bryce as a way to empower women with business skills...

Change in Mindset

Change in Mindset

Madison Neal '22, Staff Writer 2018-2019 March 1, 2019

Imagine walking down a sidewalk in your favorite hoodie and being tackled to the floor because you looked suspicious. Or, becoming the next trending hashtag because you reached for your wallet. To some,...

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