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Roxy Hudson

Roxy Hudson
Roxy Hudson is a sophomore runner for the Varsity Cross Country and Track Team and a member of MC's Girl's Soccer Team. When she is not spending her time running in circles on the track, Roxy hangs out with her good friends, Rachel Green and Monica Geller, as she binges on SkinnyPop popcorn.

The New Independence Zoo-vement

Women everywhere are finding their voice and empowering each other to do the same. By focusing on themselves and not relying on others to feel entitled, females across the globe are gaining their independence. This is evident through female entrepreneurs founding billion-dollar companies and single mothers raising families on their …

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A Shot in the Right Direction

With the support of the coaches, players and an excited Red Sea, the MC boys’ basketball team ended their season proud of what they had accomplished.  The team of talented players worked hard throughout the season with hopes of making it to playoffs. Although it was not the ending they …

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Freedom at Risk in South Dakota

Young trans boys and girls living in the state of South Dakota faced the idea of having to legally identify as someone they don’t believe to be. This idea was proposed in order to protect these children from an irreparable future impact that they currently cannot understand.  HB 1057 was …

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The Racism Outbreak

Because of the recent coronavirus outbreak, the Asian population  of the world is facing discrimination for their connection to the disease. The coronavirus (COVID-19) originated in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Scientists searching for a cure have reported that the disease is expected to wipe out 2% of those infected. …

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The Founding Fathers of Politics Club

With the 2020 election right around the corner, newly legal highschool voters are becoming more politically involved so they can make the best choice possible when the time comes. Teenagers, specifically 18 year olds,  have been intrigued by the numerous political debates and campaigns going on and have found themselves …

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The Most “Paw-Pular” Kids in School

If you are wondering who to vote for for “prettiest hair” or “best sniffer,” look no further, because Tosha the service dog has got what it takes.  The beloved chocolate lab earned her spot in Gravette Upper Elementary School’s yearbook early this November after she saved a fifth grade boy …

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Let Santa be Thankful

As soon as the spooky Halloween season draws to a close, the masses of America put away their pumpkins and devote their time to finding the most delicious cookie recipe, the perfect gift, and the tree that fits them best.  With the most popular December holiday, Christmas, still over fifty …

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The Call for Political Civility

Republican and Democrat, white and black, male and female; for many years these opposing issues have divided our country, caused us to fight against ourselves, and changed the way we as Americans see each other. On Tuesday, August 20, Cindy McCain, the widow of U.S. senator John McCain, began her …

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