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Cell Phones: Are we more or less connected

Katie Gear, staff writer

September 22, 2016


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Most teens cannot go more than 30 seconds without checking their phone. Researchers from Kent State College found that female students spend an average of 365 minutes per day using their cell phones, sending and receiving an average of 265 texts per day, and making and receiving six calls per day. Ma...

Why 80s movies are better: “Dirty Dancing” edition

Why 80s movies are better: “Dirty Dancing” edition

Bella McGill, Editor

September 12, 2016


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Unpopular opinion: modern television and movies suck. They lack substance, they lack a lesson. What happened to the sweetness of Full House, where every episode had a moment that left you with a warm feeling in your heart? What happened to movies like Heathers where teenagers kill other teenagers and...

The timeless question: Pepsi or Coke?

Katie Gear, staff writer

September 9, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Showcase, Student Life

The legendary question asked by many for years: Coke or Pepsi? Most ask the question as a joke or just a simple conversation starter. The brands have been fighting each other for more than a century, starting back in the 1900’s when Pepsi-Cola first hit the markets. The Pepsi Challenge in 1975 rea...

Why the Joker and Harley Quinn are not #relationshipgoals

Why the Joker and Harley Quinn are not #relationshipgoals

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

August 25, 2016


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This article contains Suicide Squad spoilers          Chris Brown, Eminem, and the Joker: What do all these people have in common? Well, they're all abusive people who enjoy hurting people they love. But wait, you say. How is the Joker abusive? He loves Harley Quinn! Well, that's w...

Why Christian Bale is the best Batman

Hannah Irelan, Editor

August 25, 2016


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Being self-critical can be a nasty thing in Hollywood, especially when the whole world has their eyes locked on you, waiting for your downfall. I mean, why be critical of yourself when there are plenty of people ready to throw you off a cliff for your said “disgraceful performance?” Christian Ba...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child leaves something to be desired

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child leaves something to be desired

Emily Hudson, Staff Writer

August 22, 2016


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J.K. Rowling set the world whirling with the announcement in February that she would release another book into the Wizarding World. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child came out in script form on July 31 for those of us who couldn’t cross the pond to see the play, of the same title, in London. The book ...

Stop telling me to go to prom

Carol Johnson, staff writer

April 21, 2016


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Prom is something we hear about from a very young age. We see it in movies and television shows growing up. We grew up thinking that prom was going to be a life-changing event, the pinnacle of one’s high school experience. We would dream about prom: the sleek tuxedos, the beautiful dresses, the fan...

Remaking classics: to be or not to be?

Bella McGill, staff writer

February 26, 2016


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The beloved Jane Austen book, Pride and Prejudice, has recently been remade, once again, into a movie. This time, however, it has a twist: zombies. Based off of the best-selling book by Seth Grahame-Smith (and, of course, Jane Austen), the new movie release has Austen fans on the edge of their seats, w...

The importance of writing

Hannah Irelan, staff writer

February 22, 2016


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“Writers see the world differently. Every voice we hear, every face we see, every hand we touch could become story fabric.” -Buffy Andrews   I am a firm believer in the testament that we are bred from our passions, and from those passions we are granted the strength to carry us for the ...

The student has not become the master

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016


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    Lock the doors! Hide the children! It's the attack of the schoolwork? Yes, schoolwork. Recently, I have noticed that more and more students seem to have an aversion to doing work. Instead of just doing the work assigned, they have started complaining instead. It is not the job of the teacher ...

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