--- Making a Permanent Impression Since 1994 ---
Vol. 2, No. 2
Kids blaze local trails
When most people go hiking, they take in all the sights and sounds of nature. But some kids hit the trail to go to work. Click here for story
Nature buff, mall rats spar
There are two kinds of people in this world
who love nature and those who detest it. By Brian LaRue, Amanda Lehmert and Danielle Ouimet. Click here for the story
Reader's choice of book doesn't define sexuality
Does reading a book by African-American writer Zora Neale Hurston mean I want to be, or am secretly, African-American? Or does reading a Hemingway short story mean I will be an alcoholic chauvinist and commit suicide? Click here for story
Nightmare O.J. verdict scars U.S. justice system
This is something that will remain with me
for the rest of my life because of the way it
has shaped my view of things in the United
States. I remember all of it in detail as if it
was yesterday, and will never be able to forget
how I felt. By Amanda Lehmert. Click here for the story
Teacher's death leaves a void
St. Paul Catholic High School won't be the same next
year. William Hyland, a drafting teacher and coach who
spent 27 years at the school, died suddenly in May,
leaving a void that many say can't be filled. By Shauna Fauchon. Click here for the story
'Twister' spins out of control
It seems like every time I turn on the television lately,
someone is going on and on about the wonderful
special effects in the new summer blockbuster
"Twister." By Amanda Lehmert.Click here for review
Politics run deep in new Rage release
Rage Against the Machine has once again done what it's best at, which is, well, rage. By Danielle Ouimet. Click here for story
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