Clickbait – Feb. 27

Clickbait – Feb. 27

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Morgan Allen – Web Editor                           Morgan Allen

VIDEO: The Full Actress Roundtable  / The Hollywood Reporter

A companion video to my editorial about the Oscars. These women are powerhouses in acting. Women deserve better roles in movies.




Ashley Van Black

Ashley Van Black – Photo Editor

Mike Sweeney elected to Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame / USA Today

As the defending American League Champion Kansas City Royals begin spring training, they elect Mike Sweeney to the Royals Hall of Fame. This honor will give real meaning to the team’s 2015 slogan, “Forever Royal.”



Sarah Crosley

Sarah Crosley – Chief Copy Editor

Net Neutrality / Last Week Tonight

In light of Thursday’s events, let’s reflect on why net neutrality is important.



Mary Luber

Mary Luber – Editor in Chief 

Refrigerators of the World / The Atlantic

This is a nice reminder that people all over the world have at least one thing in common: booze close at hand.


FullSizeRender (6)Grace Smith – Beyond the Hill Editor

Mark Knoller / Twitter

Mark Knoller is the White House Correspondent for CBS. Follow him on Twitter for live tweets and background during White House press briefings.



Brett StoneBrett Stone – Lifestyle Editor

Mars One plan to colonize red planet unrealistic, says leading supporter / The Guardian

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a privately owned Dutch company that’s planning on sending the first humans to Mars in the next decade. This seems to be every bit as far-fetched and Interstellar-y as it seems.


FullSizeRenderCaitlin Troutman – Features Editor

Old Sayings / The New Yorker

“Big-headed baby, college-scholarship gravy.”



Bryson WeibelBryson Waibel – Sports Editors

Royals start spring training with high hopes, target on backs / KMBC

Your American League Champion Kansas City Royals started Spring Training, which brings us that much closer to Opening Day and a chance for a Royals World Series run.


James WebberJames Webber – Communication Editor

Conservatives lost on net neutrality. But they’re winning the broadband debate / Vox

Learn about what drove the FCC’s big decision to support net neutrality!





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