Opinion

Misinformation about vaccines hurt people 

Kira Dye Lantern Staff Are you hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine(s)? Have you been given conflicting information regarding the safety of the vaccine(s)? Here are the facts.   Let’s start by asking: What is VAERS? VAERS stands for Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System and is co-managed by two different organizations: the Centers for Disease Control… Continue reading Misinformation about vaccines hurt people 

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Social media’s standard of beauty is distorted through editing photos, filters

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief Social media is a significant part of today’s society, and celebrities hold the greatest influence through social media. But some of the ways that they use their online presence can do more harm than good.  Many celebrities post edited photos of themselves, and this is proven by the “real” or unedited photos… Continue reading Social media’s standard of beauty is distorted through editing photos, filters

Opinion · Review

Zach Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ ‘marvels’ audiences: Thrilling, gritty and visually stunning

Hayden Cole Lantern Staff 5/5 Lanterns The original release of the live action Justice League in 2017 was, to say the least, disappointing. It fell flat and failed to impress. Granted, it is hard to compete with Marvel. Still, not many people found the film enjoyable–not enough story, not enough action and not enough thought… Continue reading Zach Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ ‘marvels’ audiences: Thrilling, gritty and visually stunning

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OPINION: Spring break poses threat of Covid cases, beneficial to mental health

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief In the midst of a pandemic, colleges across the country have made different, and difficult, decisions regarding spring break. With spring break being a notoriously popular time to travel, especially for college students, not all colleges went through with a spring break.  Butler did take a spring break, but other local colleges such… Continue reading OPINION: Spring break poses threat of Covid cases, beneficial to mental health

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OPINION: Don’t cancel someone: Hold them accountable

Naomi Galindo Lantern Staff Social media has been growing in the past few years, and celebrities and influencers use these platforms to talk to their fans or post pictures about things going on in their daily lives and even to promote any material such as music and movies. Because of the popularity of social media, more people are joining these platforms every day. There… Continue reading OPINION: Don’t cancel someone: Hold them accountable

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OPINION: Take the step: Abolish Daylight Savings

Annette Berntsen Lantern Staff Well, it is that time of year again – when you wake up unnecessarily more tired than ever and the sun never seems to set. That’s right – Daylight Savings time. Because of its negative effects on health and safety, Kansas should push forward to abolish Daylight Savings.   Each year on the second week of March marks… Continue reading OPINION: Take the step: Abolish Daylight Savings

Opinion · Review

New York Times presents “Framing Britney Spears”: Britney Spears and the support to end her conservatorship

Naomi Galindo Lantern Staff Many documentaries have been released based on Britney Spears life and conservatorship. Most of these have been released on YouTube. Some of these documentaries do go in depth, but some don’t deliver. “Deep Dive” on YouTube is the unofficial documentary that has been the most successful Britney documentary on the platform.… Continue reading New York Times presents “Framing Britney Spears”: Britney Spears and the support to end her conservatorship