by Sarah Sullivan Culture Editor The 88th Academy Awards, this year’s most star-studded, glamorous award show, announced its nominations on Jan. 14 during a ceremony at the Academy of Motion Picture […]
by Elizabeth Monsef Sports Editor On Dec. 19, The Texas Longhorns and the Nebraska Cornhuskers fought for the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball title. The women played their hardest throughout the […]
by Cole van Miltenburg Web Editor On Oct. 25, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie was asked to leave the quiet car on an Amtrak train travelling from Washington D.C to New York. […]
by Lauren Sanders Opinion Editor When Tiffany Goldwire left her children for just minutes to go to the bathroom, she did not anticipate that her 2-year-old son would accidentally shoot and kill […]
by Camille Fowler Web Editor On October 1, a 26-year-old man attacked Umpqua College, killing ten people and severely injuring seven. The gunman, Chris Harper Mercer, had been a student at the […]
by Elizabeth Monsef News Editor On Oct. 8, Thomas Eric Duncan passed away from Ebola in Dallas, Texas, while at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Duncan was exposed to the disease while […]
On Feb. 10 Shirley Temple Black, the former child movie star of the 1930s, died of natural causes in her home in California at the age of 85. Shirley Temple was often referred to as the “darling of the Depression” and won the hearts of millions through her dancing, acting, and singing in just under 50 films by the time she was ten years old.
by El Gato News On Nov 2, a Michigan homeowner was charged with murder in the racially charged death of Renisha McBride, a 19-year-old black woman who was shot in the face […]
The nation is buzzing with talk of the government shutdown that became official on Oct. 1. Congress was alive with debate up until midnight of that fateful Tuesday on Capitol Hill, when they were supposed to have come up with a budget plan to continue funding the federal government.
On Wed., Sept. 11 heavy Colorado rains caused a one of the most devastating floods in the area in years. Thousands of residents have been forced to evacuate their homes. As of Tuesday, many Colorado residents are returning to see the damage to their homes.