Amber Pietz, DN Design
OPINION

Puppy Love

Mabel has never received emotional support training, yet she knows how to communicate what she needs, and more importantly, what she thinks I need. 



BYTE

Artist of the month: Queen Bee

Queen Bee, also known as Ziyoou-vachi, utilizes bright colors, creative themes and costumes, octave changes, and diverse discography completely enraptured me. After first hearing some of their music, I decided to research more into who exactly this group is.



Maggie Getzin, DN Illustration
OPINION

The graduation parachute

 As students, we need to be aware of the possibility of the picture-perfect portraits of our futures falling apart, and we need to ask for the right instruction from our universities to combat that possibility. 


Maggie Getzin, DN Illustration
OPINION

Rise of the Billionaire Astronaut

Billionaires like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson, who have all invested heavily in space exploration and transportation, aren’t in it for the final frontier — they’re in it for more money. 


Alex Hindenlang, DN Illustration
OPINION

Finding the balance

While Simone Biles and I are nowhere near the same level of eminence, I know how it feels to carry the weight of the world’s expectations on your shoulders, trying to prove yourself worthy of others.



Archived newspapers are sprawled out for a photo. The freedom of the press has allowed newspapers to run for more than 230 years. Unsplash, Photo Courtesy
OPINION

OUR VIEW: Founding Our Freedom

On Sept. 17, 1787 — 234 years ago today — the Constitution was created. However, that was just the beginning for what has since become the document that has allowed student journalists like us to have the voices we have now.







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