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Cascade Drive-in Fights Against Extinction Will the resurgence caused by the pandemic be enough to save Cascade?
Youth and Minority Groups Influence 2020 Presidential Election More Than They May Think Every voice counts. Every vote counts.
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THE TEAM EDITOR-IN-CHIEF·············································· Sadie Romeo MANAGING EDITOR········································· Nicole Littlefield ENTERTAINMENT WRITER···························· Cody Wagner STAFF WRITER···················································· Kevin Ashley STAFF WRITER···················································· Dominique Thomas STAFF WRITER···················································· Rogelio Valdes STAFF WRITER···················································· Gabriella Gallardo MULTIMEDIA EDITOR······································ Danny Olivares GRAPHICS EDITOR··········································· Jessica Tapia PUBLICATIONS EDITOR································· Brenton Russo ADVISER································································· Jim Fuller
How to Improve Your Speaking Ability See what you can do in order to be a better public speaker and conquer the national fear.
First Presidential Debate Showcased the Worst of American Politics This was one of the most outlandish and unprofessional events one could ever witness.
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