The Harbinger voices their opinion on the campaign donation. Most of the staff agree and a few of the staff members do not agree with the cap campaign spending.
Staffer Susannah Mitchell touches on the difficulties of keeping an artist’s work separated from their actions as a person.
Staffer Will Oakley expresses the irritation that comes along with making the “perfect” NCAA March Madness Bracket, and seeing it fail.
Staffer reflects on the college process and how she was lucky to know where she was going to college early on.
Chocolate is a staple in staffer Susannah Mitchell’s life. So, of course, she decided to bake hot chocolate cookies.
While the senior class is fixated on college and the future, staffer Julia Poe wants to remain focused on enjoying the rest of high school.
Blogger Katharine Swindells shares a little bit of her voting experience from when she lived in England, and how excited she is to turn 18 and get her ballot in the mail from England.
We’ve become too competitive with their grades. Working to get good grades just so that we can brag about it isn’t helping us; it’s setting us back.
The government shouldn’t be in the newsroom. Without the freedom to publish the truth, journalists lose their voices.
Junior Clara Ma reflects on a recent experience while volunteering at a local hospital, and how it influenced her perception of what it means to be brave.
Brian Philipps discusses what the Russian annexation of Crimea means for America and the steps President Obama should take to protect both liberty and American interests.
Staffer Grace Heitmann discusses her expectations for Sporting Kansas City this season.