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Mr. Kanai Arrested, Held in Jail for Standing Up

A post from Mr. Kanai’s Instagram depicts

By Peter Jones, Latin School of Chicago

June 3, 2020

When Chicago protestors shattered the eerie quiet of the pandemic last weekend with cries for basic human rights, police responded with riot shields. The shields appeared to create a symbolic divide between police and populace; they added a quarter-inch of polycarbonate glass to a social divide that...

Lab community protests police brutality, racism throughout Chicago

Approximately 150 Lab community members protested police brutality at Midway Plaisance June 1.

By Peter Pu, University of Chicago Laboratory High School

June 2, 2020

Sophomore Leila Garfinkel ended the weekend remembering police officers smiling while beating a woman.  “They just started throwing some people to the ground, and there was this one woman right by me who they threw to the ground, and they hit her with their baton and they pulled her hair,” Leila...

At-Home AP Testing: Pass or Fail?

For AP students this year, the College Board's accommodations made quarantined test-taking easier, but the rollout was not without its flaws.

By Anjana Suresh, North Allegheny Senior High School

June 2, 2020

The end of this school year has not been normal by any means. Both students and teachers were forced to quickly adjust to remote learning. For students taking AP exams, the new and shortened online exam format added another element of uncertainty. “Spending the whole year mentally preparing for...

Protesters advocate justice for deaths of Floyd, Ramos

A woman is forced over a wall as state troopers force protesters off of the Capitol grounds during Saturday's protests against the deaths of George Floyd and Mike Ramos.

By Bella Russo, Bela Tapperson, and Stella Shenkman

June 1, 2020

Hundreds of protesters met at the Austin Police Department headquarters downtown Saturday afternoon to demand justice for African-American victims of police brutality. The protests filled the streets surrounding the Police Department headquarters and at times blocked traffic on I-35, and eventually protests...

George Floyd memorial organized in St. Louis Park

Seniors Victoria Caraballo and Selena Nejib lead a group of Park students and alumni from the St. Louis Park City Hall building back to the overpass May 28. The memorial began 5:30 p.m. and continued into the evening.

By Talia Lissauer and Marta Hill

June 1, 2020

Hundreds of community members joined together at the intersection of Minnetonka and Highway 100 May 28 to remember George Floyd. The most active participants were current Park students and recent graduates, according to senior Gabriella Thomas. And for her, attending this memorial was important because...

‘I can’t breathe’: protestors unite against police violence

Two protesters show strength with one carrying a “Black Lives Matter” flag while the other raising a fist. Following the death of George Floyd May 25, protestors gathered to honor Floyd and fight against police violence.

By Marta Hill and Talia Lissauer

May 29, 2020

The image of black men being mistreated by police has become so common for junior Rahwa Berhane that she said just by seeing the thumbnail of a white police officer kneeling on a black man's neck, she didn’t have to watch the video to know what was happening.  Berhane said she feels obligate...

Death of Ahmaud Arbery Evokes Reflections and Tributes

Laura Marie Coverstone, language arts teacher, said social media tributes and hashtags, such as %23IRunWithMaud, can become therapeutic as they allow individuals to feel connected and to mourn during the COVID-19 pandemic’s stay-at-home orders and social distancing policies. “There are many ways to be heard without physically being present to advocate,” Coverstone said. “A lot of great conversations have been started and letters have been written that may have not been so articulately crafted, if people did not have the time to do so. For once, we have time on our side, and hopefully, we get it right this time.”

By Lauren Pickett, Marquette High School

May 28, 2020

Laura Marie Coverstone, language arts teacher, felt her stomach drop and sickness wash over her after reading a news headline concerning the death of a stranger—Ahmaud Arbery. “As a mother, my heart breaks for his mother, and all those who loved him,” Coverstone said. “As a teacher, I'm...

Town Supervisor responds to swatting: “an expensive joke that wasn’t funny”

SWAT teams from across Westchester county respond to a call from a Dobbs Ferry residence on Myrtle Ave. The call turned out to be a

By Annie Rubinson, The Masters School

May 22, 2020

A Greenburgh Town board meeting was interrupted Tuesday when Town Supervisor Paul Feiner received an email from The Journal News. Police officers had assembled to respond to a shooter threat, and people were scared, they said. An hour later, after the residents of the home in question were safely extrac...

Class meeting intruder leaves community shaken, administration responds

A phone receives a call from an anonymous caller. The intruder to the 10th grade class meeting used the dial-in feature on Google Meet as a private caller, and then went on to yell a series of expletives and racial slurs.

By Mitch Fink and Kate Sibery

May 21, 2020

Sophomore Class MISH elections Google Meet, May 19––A 10th grade class meeting was suddenly interrupted when a private caller entered the meeting and began shouting expletives and racial slurs to a stunned group of students, faculty and advisors.  The meeting began with brief remarks from cla...

Murder Hornets make their appearance in the U.S.

Pictured are bees from junior Jay and his father Bob Provost's hive.

By Jacqueline Cahaly and Ellie Smith

May 19, 2020

Recently, the Giant Asian Hornet reached the United States for the first time in history. These dangerous bees are nicknamed "Murder Hornets" for the threat they pose with their poisonous venom and intimidating stingers. "I am definitely scared of the hornets, but I have never been stung by a bee,...

Learning together: district commits to cultural responsiveness after controversial online learning assignment

An air of tension surrounds Portage Public Schools after the assignment.

By Kylie Clifton, Portage Northern High School

May 12, 2020

It was 9:15 on the morning of April 23rd, and eighth grade Portage North Middle School student Pablo Fraga was ready to return to a new kind of normal with his online history assignment. The content that awaited him, however, was anything but. “I read the questions through and they disgusted me,” ...

Will Sanders’ Supporters Switch to Biden and Save the Democratic Party?

Democratic 2020 U.S. presidential candidates U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden February 25, 2020. REUTERS/Randall Hill

By Andrew Weaver, Miami Country Day School

May 12, 2020

With weary faces staring at computer screens, supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders knew that the end had come on April 8. Over a livestream video, their champion of "American Liberalism" suspended his campaign for President following a series of devastating Democratic primary losses to former...

Legacy of action: The Kent State shooting, 50 years later

A sign was erected on the Kent State University campus to commemorate the shooting on May 4, 1970 of unarmed students protesting the Vietnam War by the Ohio National Guard.

By Peter Pu, University of Chicago Laboratory High School

May 5, 2020

About 50 years ago an estimated 800 schools around the country closed at the same time  — but there was no coronavirus pandemic. Instead, over 4 million students went on strike in response to the Kent State University shooting on May 4, 1970, in Kent, Ohio. Called into Kent on May 2 after violent pro...

Controversial School Overhaul Passes Maryland State Legislature

The controversial legislation commonly known as the Kirwan Commission waits for a final signature from Gov. Larry Hogan.

By Ben Kushner, Rockville High School - MD

April 30, 2020

The controversial educational reforms recommended by the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, more commonly known as the Kirwan Commission, passed through the Maryland House of Delegates 96-38 March 17 and the legislation now awaits Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature. The commission’s...

Zoom assembly sparks daylong outpouring of family stories, inspiration for Yom Hashoah

MEMORY: Seniors Maya and Jonah Tochner light a candle in honor of their grandmother, who was a survivor of the Shoah. Stories and artifacts submitted by 40 students and teachers can be seen at the bottom of this page.

By Jacob Joseph Lefkowitz Brooks, Shalhevet High School

April 24, 2020

What seemed like a limitation ended up being a new way to connect to Jewish roots as pictures of holy books, ritual objects, hats and other heirlooms poured onto the Student Activities page on Schoology in commemoration of Yom Hashoah Tuesday. In past years the day has been observed with a schoolwide...

And then there were two

Sanders again won't be the Democratic nominee after once again surrendering the nomination to a veteran moderate Democrat. He has remained on the ballot in states with future primaries in order to earn delegates to influence the party's platform moving forward. Illustration by Anna McClellan.

By Anna McClellan, McCallum High School

April 20, 2020

After falling behind Joe Biden after Super Tuesday on March 2, Vermont senator and self-proclaimed “Democratic socialist” Bernie Sanders ended his bid to seek the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on April 8, leaving former vice president Joe Biden with a virtually certain path for the Democratic...

Portland limits facial recognition

Smart City PDX is developing two policies that aim to regulate the use of facial recognition technology in city government and private institutions in public places.

By Katlyn Kenney, Lincoln High School - OR

April 9, 2020

When you walk into two of the Jacksons Food Stores in Portland, your face is being recorded and captured by multiple cameras, and then sent to be stored on a database.  The stores say they are using the cameras as a deterrent, but are they really protecting people– or are they violating our right...

The Vaping Epidemic isn’t Over

Although many teens say that vaping is

By Nimi Bala and Sadie Bograd

April 6, 2020

Teen smoking is not a new problem, and over the years, proof of addiction has been heavily documented. According to the Center of Disease Control, in 1988 around three-fourths of people who were considered to be addicted to cigarettes claimed that they tried their first one before they turned 18. ...

The End to Random Searches

Students are no longer expected to participate in random searches by July 2020

By Melissa Crist, MACES Magnet

April 3, 2020

By July 2020, the L.A Unified School District Board of Education has voted towards an end to all metal detector random searches. This has left many Los Angeles students in high spirits as they believe they have successfully stood up for their civil rights. “It’s time for it to end,” said Cecily...

National Teacher Shortage Hitting Home

The third period DE Chemistry 2 class focusing on their work. Teacher shortages exist in all content areas, but they are especially concerning in high school math and sciences.

By Ebonee Rice, Tyrone Area High School

April 2, 2020

When a ninth-grade English teaching position opened up at Tyrone Area High School last summer, the number of applicants was shockingly low. "We only had three other teachers interview for Ms. Budny’s position," said English Department Chair Stephen Everhart, "a couple of decades ago that number w...

Tribal history to be taught in schools

The Today's OEA Magazine cover from Fall/Winter 2019 features information on how Oregon schools will finally teach Tribal history.

By Elle Knofczynski, Lincoln High School - OR

April 1, 2020

For the first time, Native history is mandated to be taught along with Oregon history. Senate Bill 13 (SB13), known as Tribal History or Shared History, was set to be implemented in January of this year, with the intention of offering students an authentic education about the Native American experience...

February deaths on Mount Hood increase skiers’ caution

Mount Hood stands tall in the background. Two unrelated deaths at Mount Hood in the same weekend in February left Oregonians shocked.

By Devyn McMillen, Lincoln High School - OR

March 30, 2020

“Two unrelated deaths at Mount Hood on the same weekend are a rarity in mountain’s history,” opens an article in The Oregonian describing two unrelated snowboarding deaths on Feb. 16 and 17 in the same spot at Mt. Hood Meadows ski area Heather Canyon.  Heather Canyon is a popular skiing area a...

City council votes to increase fines for underage vape possession

Principal Ryan Muhlig collects vape devices in him office. If students get caught with a vape device on campus, they get suspended and the vape gets confiscated along with a 00 fine.

By Alyssa Ferrell, Augusta High School

March 19, 2020

After a presentation from Superintendent Matt Ward and Augusta Police Cheif Bob Sage March 2, the city council decided to raise the fine for underage pod possession from $25 to $200. “In 2019, Goddard school district partnered with our city to create an ordinance change that specifically targeted...

Administration seeks to thoughtfully acknowledge sexual assault allegations

Instances of sexual assault on or off campus warrant GBHS administrators to ake a serious look at these allegations and handle them effectively in the manner they see best fit for the situation at hand. The number of reports or harassment and assault are up at Granite Bay High.

By Piper Bacon, Granite Bay High School

March 16, 2020

In this era of awareness, more women have taken a stance against sexual assault and raising awareness. They’ve been fighting for change, and the change they’ve been pushing for has begun to push through into their daily lives. This is being shown in all forms of culture throughout the country,...

Officer Kalama recognized for sacrifice

Colleagues and family came to honor police officer Kaulike Kalama, a McKinley alumni who was in the police department for nine years. Kalama died in a shooting during a call in January.

By An Vo, McKinley High School - HI

March 13, 2020

Students and staff gathered at McKinley High School’s gym on Jan. 31 to pay tribute to Officer Kaulike Kalama. Hawaii lost two of its finest police officers in a shooting during a call on Jan. 19, one of which was a fellow McKinley graduate from the class of 2003. Senior Regina Nguyen, st...

In the Red

Senior Timothy Tucker speaks to the SUHSD Board of trusties against the proposed plan of cutting the International Baccalaureate (IB) Coordinator position at BVH on Feb. 27. Tucker is just one of several other students, teachers and former alumni who spoke at the budget meeting.

By Carina Muniz, Alexa Vazquez, and Martin Abraham Zepeda

March 13, 2020

Financial difficulties within the Sweetwater Union High School District (SUHSD) date back to the 2018-2019 school year and have caused distress across schools who bare the emblem of the SUHSD. Bonita Vista High (BVH) has had its fair share of defects caused by the crisis: from seniors being excluded...

Parents look for answers at heated board meeting

At last night's board meeting, parents and community members showed up for answers.

By Julian Bartlebaugh, Travis Luensmann, and John Kost

March 12, 2020

Parents and family members of Bellwood students questioned and expressed concerns regarding the sexual abuse allegations against Ryan Blazier last night at a board meeting at Myers Elementary. Board members and administration faced the public and attempted to address their concerns, which included...

Senior boys present bill proposition to California senator

Seniors Jordan Greenfelder, left, and Zack Haug pose with Sen. Brian Dahle to whom they proposed the idea to allow 17-year-olds to be able to vote in the California primary election if they would be 18 by the time of the general election in November.

By Ashley Yung, Granite Bay High School

March 12, 2020

Recently, two GBHS senior boys presented a bill to a California state senator.  In December, GBHS senior Zack Haug had the idea to promote 17-year-olds voting in the California primary election if they would be 18 by the general election.  “I got the idea because I planned to vote in the primary,”...

Kentucky’s Anti-Conversion Therapy Bill Still Pending

Kentucky has a bill proposing the ban of conversion therapy on minors. The reception in the state has been divided, and the bill is still pending.

By Annika Koch, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School - KY

March 11, 2020

A Dunbar freshman who asked not to be named shared her fears about revealing herself to her parents. “I am not out to my family yet, and I don’t really plan on coming out any time soon because I'm scared they will send me to something like conversion therapy," she said. "I’m just really afraid...

Sanders travels to St. Louis looking to win Missouri primaries

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders traveled to Missouri Monday, March 9 and spoke to a crowd at Stifel Theatre.

By Kate Schreiber, Kirkwood High School

March 11, 2020

 “Bernie! Bernie! Bernie!”  A crowd chanted and waved blue and white signs reading the name of presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders as he took the stage Monday, March 9 at the Stifel Theatre. The senator addressed the crowd, hoping to encourage one of the largest voter turn-outs...

Nathaniel Woods: How a modern execution impacts the future of the American prison system

Nathaniel Woods and Kerry Spencer's photos are placed side by side with the headlines of articles about how this case impacts the meaning of justice. While Woods was killed for a crime he didn't commit, Spencer continues to walk free for a crime he confessed to.

By Khalid Kishawi and Katherine Tsvirkunova

March 11, 2020

The case of Nathaniel Woods Nathaniel Woods is a 42-year-old African-American man from Alabama. In 2004, police officers broke down his door and tackled him in his kitchen on domestic assault charges. He quickly surrendered in front of Marquita McClure who later testified as a witness. Another man, Ker...

Banners installed, removed, replaced

Girls varsity basketball team captain Ruby Del Valle speaks at the Jan. 21 meeting. She argued against the removal of the banner. Photo by Gabby Sherwood.

By Ellen Fox and Julia Kay Smith

March 11, 2020

At a Jan. 21 meeting, the boys and girls basketball teams, their parents, school officials and associate superintendent Dr. Craig Shapiro met to discuss the district’s decision to remove and ultimately replace the boys and girls team banners because they both included a player making a hand symbol...

Minnesota House of Representatives passes two gun violence prevention bills

House files 8 and 9 were sent through Minnesota House of Representatives Feb. 27. The State Capitol houses the Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate.

By Maggie Klaers, St. Louis Park High School

March 11, 2020

Less than 100 days into 2020, the United States has experienced 47 mass shootings, according to Gun Violence Archive. Junior Daniel Goldenberg said legislation has lagged behind the growing gun violence issue. “The last couple years with all the school shootings that have been occurring, and it...

Biden talks unity and defeating Trump in St. Louis rally

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks to the crowd of spectators waving campaign signs.

By Olivia Silvey, Kirkwood High School

March 10, 2020

Vibrant blue signs reading “Missouri for Biden” dominated the former Vice President’s campaign rally at Kiener Plaza held Saturday, March 7.  Presidential candidate Joe Biden addressed the crowd in front of the Old Courthouse around 12:30.  He took the stage after introductions by a number...

A safer school

Students are able to access Safe2Help through their phone or computer. In the short time since the website and app aired, it has already been utilized by those in the Douglas County community.

By Kaitlyn Willard, Millard West High School

March 10, 2020

During January of 2020, the 180 schools across Douglas County held a kick-off at the Omaha Police Department as they celebrated the beginning of the new Safe2Help Hotline.  This new hotline is for communities within Douglas County. The Safe2help can be accessed on the interweb or on an app. From...

Austin Properties files lawsuit against Shawnee over denied housing project

Austin Properties filed to have the land near Woodsonia and K-7 rezoned to allow for multi-family and single-family homes. On Thursday, Dec. 23. city council meeting council members voted 4-4 against the rezoning and construction of Austin Properties proposed plans.

By Ben Wieland and Steven Curto

March 10, 2020

Johnson County development company Austin Properties, owned by Greg Prieb, has filed a lawsuit against the city of Shawnee for denying a $50 million project to build multi-family and single-family homes in Woodsonia, claiming that the city's denial of the project was unreasonable. At a Dec. 23 city...

Missouri House Bill to potentially provide public school restrooms with free period supplies

A recent study in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that 64% of low income women in the St. Louis area routinely lack access to menstrual hygiene products.

By Lydia Roseman, Parkway West High School

March 10, 2020

Girls restrooms throughout the school are equipped with shoeboxes stuffed with tampons and pads thanks to Go With the Flow, a club created “in hopes of destigmatizing periods, providing easier access to feminine hygiene products and lobbying for the removal of the Pink Tax.” With the introduction of ...

MHS Nude Photo Investigation Paused Until the DOJ Investigation Closes, School Disciplinary Actions Finished

Middleton High School has paused an internal investigation into the nude photo incident. According to their last contact with the media, the Wisconsin Department of Justice is still investigating the sharing of nude photos at MHS.

By Ella Roach, Middleton High School - WI

March 10, 2020

Middleton High School has stopped issuing disciplinary actions in relation to a police investigation into the sharing of nude photos at the high school. On February 22, spokesperson Perry Hibner told news outlets that about 20 students had been suspended and-or received athletic code violations. MHS Principal Peg Shoemaker confirmed last week that there have ...

Community angered by magazine article

The Lincoln building from the outside. One of Lincoln's student publications, Beyond the Flock, published a controversial article in their Winter issue during February.

By Cole Pressler, Evan Reynolds, Ella Mashroutechi, and Isabella Lo

March 10, 2020

Editor's note In this article, The Cardinal Times is citing several anonymous sources and not naming three students both out of personal safety concerns stemming from the online harassment that Beyond the Flock staff members have experienced and out of respect for the anonymity of those involved in an ...

Voice of STL: Biden rally at Kiener Plaza

Tiffany Hamilton holds her Biden sign at his rally in downtown STL.

By Lily Bartin, Olivia Silvey, and Liam Jackson

March 10, 2020

Former Vice President Joe Biden held a rally at Kiener Plaza in downtown STL on Saturday, March 7. Tiffany Hamilton - Biden supporter “I’m here today because I support Joe Biden and he’ll be our next president. I feel like he brings back the years before Trump, [and a sense of]  comfort. He’s genu...

Students mourn loss of classmate

Locker memorial Students and faculty continue to add items to Devon Pfirsching's school locker.  The locker is located in the B Building.

By Jocelyn Fetter and Kamika Helsel

March 9, 2020

After the sudden loss of sophomore Devon Pfirshing, students, faculty, parents, friends, loved ones and family mourn the loss. “When I first found out about him and what happened, I didn’t look at him as a student or peer that was taken away. Having a 14-year-old brother, I saw Devon as my brother....

Resolution passed by SUHSD board to eliminate 237 positions in upcoming school year

SUHSD Superintendent Karen Janney, Ed.D (left) sits next to Board of Trustees President Frank Tarantino while a speaker addressed the Board. Tarantino was one of three board members to vote in favor of the Resolution No. 4658.

By Abraham Zepeda and Lucia Rivera

March 9, 2020

Teachers, librarians and community members from across the Sweetwater Union High School District (SUHSD) marched in union before joining others at 6:00 p.m. for the SUHSD Regular Board Meeting on Feb. 24. Several hours later, after 10 p.m. the Board of Trustees voted 3-2 in favor of Resolution No. 4658,...

Digging Up Dirt

John Woodhouse and Lillian Metzmeir dug up the dirt to uncover the shady situation surrounding Bernheim Forest in Louisville.

By Lillian Metzmeier, John Woodhouse, and Sky Carrol

March 9, 2020

For us, it was the signs. That was our first encounter with the “Save Bernheim” movement. Scattered across our everyday landscape were these yellow, almost fluorescent-looking yard signs. Displayed across them, the phrase: “SAVE BERNHEIM FOREST.” So accustomed to seeing these in our daily life,...

Sexual harassment exacts heavy toll

According to an American Association of University Women survey conducted in 2002, 83 percent of women and 76 percent of men experience sexual harassment at least once between eighth and eleventh grade. Sources: American Association of University Women, National Sexual Violence Resource Center. Graphic by Evelyn Griffin.

By Evelyn Griffin, McCallum High School

March 9, 2020

High school has always been a time for teens to experiment, test limits and break boundaries. However, some poor decisions are much more serious than sneaking out late or cutting a class or two. Even though it is often not reported, sexual harassment is an issue at McCallum, at high schools across the...

Sen. Bernie Sanders holds rally on eve of Super Tuesday

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to the crowd at his rally March 2 at the St. Paul RiverCentre. Minnesota, along with 13 other states, will be voting on Super Tuesday March 3.

By Talia Lissauer, St. Louis Park High School

March 9, 2020

Hours after Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the presidential race March 2, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders held a rally at St. Paul Rivercentre in St. Paul in hopes of winning Minnesota on Super Tuesday March 3. “It looks like St. Paul is ready for a political revolution,” Sanders said...

PLD Teachers Run to the Rescue

The site of the crash at Harrodsburg Road and Old Higbee Mill Road

By Mike Marshall, Kennedy Gayheart, and Olivia Doyle

March 9, 2020

At an intersection near Harrodsburg and Old Higbee Mill roads, approximately 2.5 miles from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, band director Mr. Brian Morgan, physical education teacher Mr. Lee Jonas, and English teacher Mr. Gary Egan witnessed a three-car wreck on their way home from school. At approxi...

Recent Student Searches Related to Vaping

Security cracked down this past week on the issue of vaping, conducting many searches of students and their cars.

By Jocelyn Lear, Boyertown Area Senior High

March 9, 2020

This past week, several student searches concerning vaping have been conducted by administration and security, including in student cars—a right that BASH outlines in the student handbook and has fueled student rumors around the school. The student handbook rule titled "Searches" informs students...

Blurred: School tracking crosses the line between privacy and safety

Sophomore Mallory Hawkins uses a tracking app called “Find my iPhone”.

By Preksha Kedilaya, Pleasant Valley High School - IA

March 9, 2020

National news regarding Inpixon, an indoor data tracking company, is raising a concern of privacy among students and parents. In at least 10 schools, Inpixon has installed radio frequency scanners that pull data from cell phones for tracking purposes. However, the motive behind the tracking is weary...

Calling the shots

West Side Story investigates vaccine enforcement within the Iowa City Community School District.

By Annabel Hendrickson and Marta Leira

March 5, 2020

One thousand four hundred eighty-five students. All with different backgrounds, and most importantly, different germs. With 1485 opportunities for disease, the school can provide a breeding ground for bacteria. is is the reality that West is hoping to avoid with increased enforcement of Iowa’s vaccination...

Sanders rally energizes Minnesota voters ahead of Super Tuesday

Sanders supporters hold up signs spelling out the Vermont senator's name at his rally at Roy Wilkins Auditorium on March 2, 2020.

By Nikolas Liepins, St. Paul Academy and Summit School

March 5, 2020

Hours before Super Tuesday, presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) rallied Minnesotans in a “Get Out the Vote” concert at Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul. After former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-IN) suspended his presidential campaign on March 1, and Senator Amy Klobuchar...

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