Monthly Archives: September 2019

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Our birds are dying and we have a hand in their death. In the article, “More than a quarter of all birds have disappeared from North America since 1970” the author talks about how over 3 billion birds fewer birds … Continue reading

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Eating in class

Pirouline A light weight little treat that will make you mouth water as soon as you hear that crisp wrapper being torn. About the size of an average cigar, however, and the width of a joint this treat will have … Continue reading

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Scavenger Hunt

In the Fundamentals of Journalism on September 19, Fuglsang asked us to complete a scavenger hunt. My first objective was to find something with the Morningside logo on it. I headed straight over to Pastor Andy Nelson thinking he has … Continue reading

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Quick Reflection Due: Sept. 19th

Which part of the process for paper #1 did you put the most effort into? Which part of the process do you wish you had spent more time on? Writing the draft is where I put the most effort. I … Continue reading

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The giant salamander is maybe the world’s biggest amphibian. It is also now known to be one of three distinct lineages, research suggests. This is an important new find because it opens up the possibility of more giant salamander species being … Continue reading

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Finale article, Euthanasia Rates are at a Decline in the U.S.

Euthanasia rates, in humane societies, in the U.S have plummeted in the past decade. However, some say the number is still too high and it is inhumane.  “Pet euthanasia rates have plummeted in big cities in recent years, falling more than 75 percent … Continue reading

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Flight puppies are an adorable nickname for bats. These cute creatures with a bad reputation are the silent helpers no one recognizes. “The 28 species of bats that make their colonies in Arizona all belong to the Microchiroptera sub-order. Most … Continue reading

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Weekly News Comments

A bizarre little marsupial is making us all rethink the meaning of life. In the Article, These Marsupials Drop Dead After Mating, by Annie Roth states, “Male kalutas, small mouselike marsupials found in the arid regions of Northwestern Australia, are … Continue reading

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