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Meadows makes a video responding to a question in her comments about one of her autoimmune diseases. Meadows has Type 1 diabetes, celiac disease and juvenile arthritis and uses her platform to educate others and clear up misconceptions about her conditions. “Almost all my autoimmune diseases have stereotypes, and that’s one big thing that I want to break,” Meadows said.

TikToker brings autoimmune disease awareness to ‘For You’ page

Emma Holsclaw, Talon Co-Editor in Chief
November 17, 2020
Teachers adapt music classes for online learning

Teachers adapt music classes for online learning

Nisa Khosh, Reporter
November 2, 2020
Substitute teachers adapt to distance learning

Substitute teachers adapt to distance learning

Jack Bellemere, Reporter
October 17, 2020
Student activists take to social media

Student activists take to social media

Zanna Ingram, Online Copy Editor
October 9, 2020
Hy-Vee closing affects student employees

Hy-Vee closing affects student employees

Vivian Moriarty, Reporter
December 16, 2019

Native American Perspective on Thanksgiving

Mary Kate Shultz, Reporter
November 28, 2019
After dressing and lighting the candle, Pratt places their hands on the cauldron and concentrates on their intent to be happy.

Dispelling Myths About Witchcraft

Zanna Ingram, Reporter
November 1, 2019
Teachers Sam Rabiola and Stuart Strecker bike to school

Teachers Sam Rabiola and Stuart Strecker bike to school

Daulton Meadows, Reporter
May 15, 2019
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