Makayla Richardson

Features writer


Makayla Richardson is a sophomore at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She is a journalism major with a minor in public relations. 

Deanna Tsosie gained social media popularity when she began documenting dog rescues on the Navajo Nation. Today, she uses her following to educate and shed light on the reality of dog homelessness in northern Arizona.


Local tattoo artists recognize the necessity of hospitality. However, they say there is a “tattitude” that limits the potential of Flagstaff’s tattoo community. 

The Women and Non Binary Individuals in Film Club hosted their first meeting Jan. 25. The new club aims to address the hardships of going into a male-dominated field through workshops and film appreciation. 

The NAU Hiking Club encourages members to appreciate the scenic trails surrounding northern Arizona while teaching the importance of minimizing their impact on the environment. However, recent challenges have pulled attention from its values.

Northern Arizona has joined the list of areas that offers Expeditionary Learning, an education style that encourages in-class activities and outdoor fieldwork. Glen Canyon Outdoor Academy is a public charter school that uses this type of education.

With newfound responsibilities and obligations hanging on my shoulders, can I really enjoy the Homecoming Carnival? 

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is a renowned cult classic that exceeds generations not only for its dazzling traditions, but also for the safe space it provides for those who feel they don’t fit into societal norms. 

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