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By Tahlia Terhune, Guest Columnist Lieutenant Colonel Celia FlorCruz gave a compelling speech Feb. 17 about sexual harassment in both college and military environments, and stressed the importance of education and conversations surrounding this issue. Having served 37 years in the military, FlorCruz is a...

By Brooke Wolfe, Staff Writer   With the semester in full swing, housing application deadlines are fast approaching. Students are faced with the tough...

By Natalie DeFord, Guest Columnist The Holocaust is important and should be remembered and studied by everyone, including children. The deaths of 11 million...

Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor When I think of football, I think of jaw dropping catches, bone crunching tackles and game winning drives. Now what If I told you there was another part of football that involved a seven day event with athletes taking turns to jump up in the air a few times, run in a straight line a couple more times and even catch a few passes from a quarterback...

Indio is a 10-month-old yellow lab being trained by senior Morgan Woods. To learn more about seeing eye dogs, visit http://welcome.guidedogs.com/. By...

Valentine’s Day is one of the best holidays; everything is pink, red and full of love and hope. This Valentine’s Day, every mom in America is happy...

By Tahlia Terhune Lakewood, and much of Tacoma, is not always recognized for being a well-kept neighborhood. While there are undoubtedly beautiful views...

By Michael Diambri, Columnist February is Black History Month, and although the Black Student Union and the Diversity Center have made efforts to promote...

This year’s Super Bowl was rather somber, and it’s not just because Tom Brady and the deflators (New England Patriots) defeated the Seattle Seahawks. Super...

By Will Fallen, Parkland community member Editor’s Note: Will Fallen is a member of the Parkland community. His school’s prom and graduation took place...