The Rogue News

Rogue Climate Action

Lily Valenta

January 14, 2019

On Saturday, September 8th, over 30,000 people from around the world marched in San Francisco as part of a worldwide demonstration for the Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice Campaign, just days before Governor Jerry Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS). Brown, in his last stretch of a ...

Inspiration from Literature III

Sequoia Snogren-McGinnis

January 7, 2019

Inspiration: “I thought the most beautiful thing in the world must be shadow, the million moving shapes and cul-de-sacks of shadow. There was shadow in bureau drawers and closets and suitcases, and shadows under houses and trees and stones, and shadows at the back of people’s eyes and sm...

Jack Duggan on Honoring Veterans

Ayla Foust

January 6, 2019

Veterans Day is celebrated as a national holiday in honor and remembrance of anyone who has served, or is currently serving in any branch of the United States Armed Forces. It is a holiday primarily thought of as a day off, rather than a day to express gratitude for our veterans. Ashland High School...

Views on Vouchers

Lara Rivera

January 4, 2019

The school vouchers that are available in 14 states and the District of Columbia allow parents to choose the school their children will attend using public funds. Vouchers redistribute funds typically allocated to a school district from state education funds and give them to individual famil...

12 Days of Senior Year

Uma McGuire and Alex Brehmer

January 4, 2019

Never Too Early to Deck the Halls

Grace Johnson

December 5, 2018

Bear with me here, but autumn means nothing to me. Is that a little harsh? Maybe… but in my eyes, it is simply the last season before it’s considered “appropriate” to bump Mele Kalikimaka and bake something that’s not overly-sweet-pumpkin flavor. Imagine yourself all snuggled up in bed, warm...

Wreck the Halls!

Bridget Burr

December 5, 2018

Picture this: you hop into your car and turn on the radio. “Next, all your favorite Christmas classics.” The cheerful tune of Jingle Bells starts playing. What the heck? It’s the day after Halloween, and they’re already playing Christmas music! We already know that the holidays are coming...

Inspiration From Literature II

Sequoia Snogren-McGinnis

December 3, 2018

“I wondered where Mister Mancini lived and who he might call in case of an emergency.” David Sedaris, Me Talk Pretty One Day I wonder who I might call in case of an emergency. I know the feeling all too well: tight chest, something piercing into the depression between my collar bones; shallow bre...

Dealing with Depression: A Trial in Treating Depression

Logan Knouse, Writer

November 16, 2018

Depression, it’s an epidemic, isn't it? I hear people’s stories, their ups and downs, their ‘remedies’. With such a surplus of Do this, do that out there, I feel it’s beneficial to hear another person’s experiences on the matter. Now, I understand that all people’s symptoms and situations ar...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Wizarding Reignited

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Wizarding Reignited

Laila Borden, Reporter

January 18, 2017

As a childhood Harry Potter fan, I was thrilled to hear that J.K. Rowling's fantasy world, in which I spent countless hours during my years of imaginary friends and unquestioned belief in magic, would be reignited on screen with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. At first, I was unsure if the fil...

Lowering the Voting Age

Jade Bromley, Ellie Carter

November 22, 2016

For Lowering the Voting Age (Jade Bromley): In 2008, Obama was elected the first black president of the United States of America. Even as an eight-year-old, I could understand the importance of that election. It was a true progression of us as a people, and I wanted to be a part of it. I had...

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