Net Neutrality: an ongoing fight for open internet

Internet: we all use it and we all pay for it, but now we might be getting charged even more to simply access the sites we use most. Net neutrality was repealed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) -which regulates communication networks across the US such as cable, satellite and wire television, along with the radio and the internet- and the new FCC chairman Ajit … Continue reading Net Neutrality: an ongoing fight for open internet

In the season of giving, a photo is a great gift

During the holiday season many people purchase family photos to commemorate this time of year and the joy it brings. Some people may not be able to afford these expensive services; all of the aspects that go into a family photo are surprisingly expensive. There is a non-profit organization that can help you on that front, Help-Portrait. A few students and staff at Park High … Continue reading In the season of giving, a photo is a great gift

Science Olympiad launches into new year with same goals

The only way to advance ourselves is through the sciences, and an after school group can help you become one of those scientists, Science Olympiad. It starts at the state level where you compete with around 50 other teams from schools all across Montana. If the school’s team wins their state title they can then go to the national tournament and compete with some of … Continue reading Science Olympiad launches into new year with same goals