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BLM Protests Sparked over Daunte Wright’s Murder Shake The Community

After the massive BLM protests and riots that started after George Floyd’s death on May 25th, 2020, many thought the worst was over, but more events continued to occur. On April 11th, 2021 only ten miles away from the courthouse where Dereck Chauvin’s trial took place, Daunte Wright was fatally shot during a traffic stop […]

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PDX March for Science

Saturday, April 22 was Earth day, and in honor of Earth and in the hopes of preserving it for the future, protesters also held an international March for Science. Its goal: to champion and defend science and scientific integrity in a day and age where science is often stifled and restricted. Like the International Women’s […]

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Eight Experiences to have in Downtown Portland

Portland is an exciting place with so much to do and see and experience. Gathered below is a list of the top eight experiences to see and visit while in Portland. Comment below on how many you have crossed off the bucket list and add any other places we might have missed. Hoyt Arboretum – […]

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Spreading Joy Internationally

After months of rain and snow, the sun finally came out to celebrate the first day of spring. March 20 also marks d International Day of Happiness. A group in Portland is doing the best they can to spread joy to all. This Joy team has worked since 2010 to a make people’s lives better […]

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Is Streetwear Fashion Basic?

What we wear is judged or admired by everyone around us. Camas High School Students are known to be of the upper-middle classes and can often afford valuable clothing. Camas fashion is often perceived as “basic” or “unoriginal.” In many cases, those critical remarks are correct. Every other boy at Camas High School has Old […]