As Impeachment Hearings Go Public, A Refresher On How We Got Here

By Viraj Shankar

This Wednesday, the US House of Representatives moved the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump to the public eye. The action is just the latest in a rapid string of events that has unraveled in the last month. The fast-paced nature of the inquiry can often be hard to follow, so here’s a quick summary on what you need to know about our nation’s 4th impeachment inquiry in its nearly 250 years of existence.

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Opinion: We Need More Snack!

By Anna Blake Patrick

One of the main things teenagers are known for is their unrivaled ability to eat. We eat and eat and eat without stopping throughout the day and often become monsters if we are deprived for any length of time. To keep us from wandering to the vending machines or chugging caffeine drinks, we need snacks to keep our blood sugar (and let’s face it, our moods) from plummeting. For mental acuity, stamina, and the best possible teenage mood, we need to eat food–good food–with protein and low sugar to prevent the insulin spikes.

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