Grocery stores vs the people

Mikayla Hartley, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

Due to COVID-19, recent changes have been striking city to city, including Lewiston and Clarkston. Across the whole United States, people are stocking up on nonperishable food and toilet paper. As grocery stores are left with...

In-home quarantine workouts

Antonia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

Disclaimer: I am in no way shape or form qualified to tell anyone how to work out. These are just some fun ideas for you to do in these hard times. Since we are in quarantine now, it can be harmful to people to get their daily...

How to survive COVID – 19 while on campus

Alyssa Smith, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

I am sure you have heard all about the COVID – 19 (coronavirus) and what it is doing throughout the country. Colleges and universities are one of the biggest impacts of this virus on college students. Lewis-Clark State College...

The New York Times You will get through this

Antonia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

Self-quarantine might seem like a good time for some since they can stay at home with no class or work. For others it can be a dark time. Depression can come back if they are alone or feeling alone. It’s not a joke for everyone....

Fives ways to make some extra cash

Gracyn Richardson, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

With the rapidly rising pandemic, many people are finding themselves out of jobs. In Lewiston alone, many restaurants have turned into “pick- up only” services due to the lack of customers coming into the establishments. If...

Meet C-Mass

Jordan Hay, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

When I started my schooling here at LCSC in the beginning of 2019, one of the first people that I heard of through friends and classmates was C-Mass. I finally got the privilege to meet him in the summer before the current school...

Op-ed: strange Idaho laws

Carter Johnson, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Every state has its own set of laws outside of the federal regulations. Some of these laws may leave people scratching their heads as to the how’s and the why’s. Most of the time it can even be questioned as to whether these...

Addiction series: alcohol

Antonia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

Alcohol addiction is one of the most infamous addictions. Alcohol itself has been around for a very long time. Alcoholism is a very serious disease that has many side effects. It can affect the brain and people’s neurochemistry...

The evolution of our relationships with cats

Ensley Keith, Staff Writer

March 13, 2020

It began 10,000 years ago in Fertile Crescent. When we started to farm, we had more food than we could eat. To store our food, we would put the excess in pits and silos, attracting rodents, and in turn we lured in their predators. The...

Remembering the Boston Massacre 250 years later

Paytan Hansen, LCSC History Club

February 28, 2020

This March 5th marks the 250th anniversary of the 1770 Boston Massacre. Boston, Massachusetts, was a center of revolutionary sentiment and radical ideas. Due to this, one in three men in the city was a British soldier. The overbearing...

Addiction series: hoarding

Antonia Gutierrez, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

Hoarding is classified as an addiction, yet it is a serious problem that not a lot of people know about. According to “Addiction Campuses,” 2% to 5% of people suffer from hoarding disorder. It can become a very dark and difficult...

How to fall in love with a jerk

Brooke Lewis, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

Have you ever had impeccably low self-esteem that no matter how valuable you feel that you are, you still can’t seem to land someone who deserves you? Do you find a sense of satisfaction in being left in the dust with no phone...

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