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“During the online strike, we shared photos and images of us striking from home,” Kelly said. “We had a video special by Dr. Ryan Wishart, and other organizations in Nebraska and around the word held Zoom panels, live discussions and Q+A’s.” People were also encouraged to get outside and help the Earth in some way.

Striking online

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
May 7, 2020
Mesh, a boutique in Shoppes of Legacy, adds to the small business community in Omaha. This fashion favorite provides affordable clothing for the perfect holiday gift while supporting the local economy.

Going green for the holidays

Olivia Oeth, News Director
December 20, 2019
Although many people are conscious about recycling and reducing plastic waste, it is not as known that clothing is a leading contributor to pollution and climate change.

Fateful fabrics

Kaitlyn Willard, Editor-in-Chief
November 8, 2019
In downtown Omaha, junior Kelsie Hansen is seen skipping class and advocating for the climate. Many students around the city area came together for the climate strike. “If more people start talking about climate change, then it allows for the topic to be seen by more people,” Hansen said. “It also makes representatives listen and convince them in the right way to help them help  the climate.”

International Strike

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
October 7, 2019
Students hold signs on the Dodge Street Bridge advocating for climate change awareness. They made signs and listened to speakers to prepare for this rally. I wanted to get involved because it is very important to make sure you know your impact on the environment, senior Amelie Cole said. As the human population grows, the impact is getting worse.

For A greener good

Kaitlyn Willard, Editor-In-Cheif
September 5, 2019
The mass of the ice sheets have drastically decreased by 413 gigatons per year.

Ten Year Challenge: Earth Edition

Kaitlyn Willard, Features Editor
February 5, 2019
Reduce, Reuse and Please Recycle

Reduce, Reuse and Please Recycle

Kaitlyn Willard, Features Editor
December 13, 2018
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