Is the game still relevant?

Alyssa Gonzales, Sports Editor

February 4, 2019

Filed under Editorials, Sports

As groups of people gathered together to watch the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots face off in Super Bowl LIII, the question arises: Do people actually care about the game? For some, they get to witness their favor...

Student Press Freedom Appreciation

Savannah Wesley, Features Editor

January 30, 2019

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

 Everyone is aware of others wanting to express their right to free speech in protests, on social media and in the press however, not everyone might know what that entails. The freedom of speech is often used by those who wish to voice t...

Is Nike Inc. capitalizing on past controversy?

Savannah Wesley, Senior Reporter

October 21, 2018

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

“Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything” was displayed on an image of former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for Nike’s 30th anniversary “Just Do it” movement.  Mostly known for kneeling during the national ant...

Changing perceptions of the First Amendment?

Joanna Lowry, Senior Reporter

September 23, 2018

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The First Amendment in the United States Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, press, speech, peaceful assembly and petition. Over the course of the past months, there have been issues where people’s actions...

To the Struggling Student

To the Struggling Student

September 27, 2017

Overloaded and Overworked

Overloaded and Overworked

September 8, 2017

Help for Harvey

The Prairie Editorial Staff

September 5, 2017

Filed under Editorials

If you have opened any form of media in the last couple weeks, you have witnessed the incredible damage left in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. This storm became the first major hurricane to hit the U.S. in over 12 years when...

Picking up the Pieces

Picking up the Pieces

September 1, 2017

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