Category: Science/Health/Tech

Between the Sheets – A majora misconception

Between the Sheets – A majora misconception

By MaCayla Jablonski, assistant editor-in-chief.  Abraham Maslow, an American psychologist, believed there were five levels of needs that humans must meet in order to grow fundamentally. Maslow established that sexual instincts were a level one basic human need—not a want. Human beings are sexual by nature. Whether you’re a Maslow believer or not, it doesn’t take away from the fact […]

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Super Mario runs into app stores

Super Mario runs into app stores

By MaCayla Jablonski, Editor-in-Chief. After years of anticipation, Nintendo has finally announced a Super Mario app that will adhere to all of our Mario needs. Super Mario Run will be available for iOS users come Dec. 15, and we are excited. With some research, I was able to get the scoop of what the app will consist of and how […]

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Pokemon updates in a major way

Pokemon updates in a major way

By Erik Hopkins, staff reporter. Since Pokémon GO came out over the summer, the once extremely popular app is trying to make a comeback to regain its player usage, as well as keep the app and game exciting and fresh. Pokémon GO is about to get a lot bigger, and if you’re a hardcore Pokémon GO fan who has already […]

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Survivors of suicide stick together

Survivors of suicide stick together

By Brandi Miller, staff reporter. On Nov. 19 the organization Survivors of Suicide gathered together at the Bavarian Inn Lodge to commemorate International Survivors of Suicide Day. The afternoon was packed with speakers, lunch, and panels to help loved ones cope. SOS is a support group for families and friends who have lost loved ones to suicide. This group helps […]

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Did you know? – Meningitis immunization for college students and more

Did you know? – Meningitis immunization for college students and more

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Meningitis immunization for college students Colleges are recommending students to get a meningitis B, or bacterial meningitis, vaccination. According to Pittsburg Post-Gazette, an estimated 60 teens a year take ill from the B strain. Meningitis B is a serious illness. It spreads directly from person to person during close encounters. An example of this would […]

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“Revamped” games charge full price for old product

“Revamped” games charge full price for old product

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. There is an increasing trend in the video game industry where developers upgrade the graphics of previously released games and rerelease it at full price. Popular American video game developer, Bethesda, just recently released a remastered version of their hit 2011 game “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” often shortened to “Skyrim.”.0 What exactly makes the […]

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Did you know? The Mars Lander and more

Did you know? The Mars Lander and more

By Jessica Sierocki, Photo Editor. Where, oh, where did the Mars lander go? Is our world starting to become like Andy Weir’s “The Martian?” According to CNN, the Schiaparelli spacecraft stopped sending messages around a minute before the expected landing on Mars. Schiaparelli was used as a test whether a probe could successfully land on Mars. It is possible that […]

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Can lying really come naturally?

Can lying really come naturally?

By: Brynna Henika, staff reporter. We have all most likely been involved in a situation where we decided lying was the best answer. Maybe it was telling our best friend she looked great in that dress (when actually it was horrendous), or covering for ourselves so we wouldn’t suffer the unbearable consequence of punishment. If you have deceived someone more […]

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Astronomy students take on Fish Lake

Astronomy students take on Fish Lake

By Jessica Sierocki, Photo Editor. Delta astronomy students and staff took a break from the formal classroom setting on Oct. 28 through Oct. 30 at Fish Lake, a 465 acre piece of land located in Barry County. “I’ve been taking students to Fish Lake since 2009,” says Aurelian Balan, astronomy teacher at Delta. Fish Lake gives students the opportunity to […]

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Nintendo switches up gameplay

Nintendo switches up gameplay

By Erik Hopkins, staff reporter. Nintendo is on top of its game–no pun intended. Regardless of the year, Nintendo is constantly taking over the gaming world, coming out with revolutionary devices that change the way that gamers look, feel, and experience their video games – and this year proves to be no different. Nintendo has recently released a small glimpse […]

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