It’s a fact that car insurance rates are higher for males under the age of 25 than they […]
(Pictured above is an art piece done by Charlotte) Charlotte came to visit the Rampart crew on a […]
They say to write about the things that light fires in your soul. They say to write what you know. But they also urge you to stay silent on controversial issues.
When looking for colleges, many students choose to focus on specific aspects of schools. For example, some students choose to look at campus size, others look at academic offerings or at sports. Many college counselors will suggest you start looking at colleges junior year, or earlier if possible. It is also recommended that you visit campuses before applying.
Michelle Ivezic is the president of the Central Catholic Students for Life club. I sat down and had a conversation with her about the Reproductive Health Equity Act and women’s health.
House Bill 3391 is known in some circles as the abortion bill, but is more commonly called the Reproductive Health Equity Act. It was introduced in summer of 2017 in the 79th Oregon Legislative Assembly. It passed through the House with a vote of 33-23, with no Republican votes. It was signed into law after passing through the Senate on August 15th. The Reproductive Health Equity Act offers a wide range of reproductive health care opportunities to people who may not otherwise be capable of affording it.
Starting on the thirtieth of August, Hurricane Irma was considered a tropical storm. One day later, it was upgraded to hurricane status.
Schools in the United States are not required to align their rules with the Constitution’s first amendment.. Public […]
The generation immediately following Millennials was born between 1995 and 2010, and is called Generation Z, the iGeneration, […]
Hugh Hammons is a senior at Central Catholic High School and a swimmer involved in Central’s own swim […]
AASU is a group of students who learn conflict resolution and who mentor younger student to create a healthy support system. These students are helping others to become confident leaders wherever they end up in life.
In comparison to the rest of the world, the US is pretty lax when it comes to LGBT+ related laws. Same-sex marriage is legal, name changes are legal, and you’re not going to be (legally) killed for it. More than twenty states have laws against discrimination based on gender identity or sexuality.