Understanding the Distrust between the Public and the CIA

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-chief Students filled the Rhea County room to hear a woman who spent her life serving the secretive organization known as the CIA. After her talk, a student raised his hand and asked how she navigated moral dilemmas because as a CIA agent she would have to face many moral gray Read More

Travel article: Lexington, Tenn.

2 weeks ago Triangle 0
Written by: Devin Burrow, staff writer Lexington, Tenn. — Settled between Memphis and Nashville in western Tenn., Lexington is home to an 83-year-old theater, a man-made lake and some of the South’s best pulled pork barbecue. But that is not all that makes Lexington special to those living in the community. Perhaps Lexington’s most historic Read More

Apple’s aren’t just for lunch

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, editor-in-chief  Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, announced at an education event in Chicago the company’s newest initiative to get their iPad into schools. His announcement is nothing new, only Apple’s latest attempt to meet the growing demand of technology usage in the classroom. Several years ago, Apple tried to meet the Read More

Equipping Haitians for job opportunities, a Break for Change Trip

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, Campus editor The Break for Change Haiti team partnered with the Haitian Entrepreneurial Initiative (HEI) and Haiti Made over spring break to teach those living in poverty about economic recovery and work ethic. According to senior Abby Brown, the church in America is approaching mission work in Haiti the wrong way. Read More