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Little Talks With Lily

Imagine you live in Pella and nobody in your family has a car. How do you get food? Perhaps you can walk to one of Pella’s three grocery stores: Walmart, Fareway, or Hy Vee. But it’s more likely that you are within walking distance of a fast food place. There are nine fast food places

A Penny For Your Thoughts

If you care about your future, then you should care about the Earth. The Earth is what gives us all of our resources; it is where we live. As we don’t have the technology to colonize other planets, the Earth is all we have. Right now, however, the Earth is in danger. Global warming is

A Penny for your Thoughts

Although it wasn’t seriously enforced for the longest time, Pella High does indeed have a dress code. Until this year, I didn’t know what it was. No one I knew had ever been dress-coded, we never went over it in any classes, and I never bothered to look it up in the handbook. This year,

Little Talks With Lily

The excitement is almost tangible. My family, a dozen strangers, and I all stretched out on picnic blankets in the parking lot of a pawn shop in Middle of Nowhere, Nebraska. We stare fixedly at the sky, murmuring excitedly. I’ve been told that a total solar eclipse is an once in a lifetime event, but

In the Mind of Gabi

Wanderlust; what is this word? The word that’s so often seen in people’s Instagram biographies or maybe tattooed on people’s forearms with cute little stars surrounding it. It’s not just a basic word that girls use to seem mystical. To put it simply, this word describes people who feel as though they are stuck where

Real Talk with Sammy

Here we finally are, the last day of my senior year. Finally wrapping our heads around the fact that we can almost sleep all day if we please or stay up late and do whatever teenagers do during the late hours of the night. The summer that lies ahead of me has been impatiently anticipated.

Seniors’ Advice for the Underclassmen

We are going to be really honest… high school wasn’t that bad. Wasn’t great, but not too shabby. Let’s put it this way, we will not be too sad when we graduate. We did make a lot of friends along the way, and we did learn a few things here and there. Yes, high school

GNO for Genetically Curing Diseases: Response

Science has made many bounds in the past few decades, and the rate of inventions has only been increasing. Something that scientists in China and Sweden have recently been allowed to research more is gene editing. This is basically scientists looking at the genomes of an embryo’s DNA and changing what is there. This is

GNO for Genetically Curing Diseases

With all the technological advancements taking place, there has been a lot of talk about the possibility of curing genetic diseases. This might seem like a good idea, and I am not going to deny that the people who are thinking about this idea have their hearts in the right place. However, I am not

To Ink or not to Ink

Tattoos: a vast topic. Are they acceptable? Where should they be on the body? What should they be of? These are all questions up for debate. These questions have influenced many people in multiple ways. In the state of Iowa, it is illegal for a minor under the age of 18 to get a tattoo

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