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Dress code policy: What is it really doing to us?

Jeßyka Brown, columnist

September 9, 2014


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In the middle of an incredibly stressful day, I was pulled up to the guidance office and told that the skirt I was wearing, the one that my mother and I had so carefully measured with a dollar bill before I wore it to school, was too short. I had to stand there while someone I didn’t know measured...

Policemen deserve more respect

Carol Johnson, staff writer

August 27, 2014


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When police officers get up to go to work, they say goodbye to their family and friends, never knowing when they will see them again. They have to get up in the morning, not knowing what that day holds for them. They aren’t there to make people’s lives miserable, but to protect and serve them. They...

A Haunted House 2

Joe Clouser, Editor

April 30, 2014


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A Haunted House 2 starts up right where the previous A Haunted House left off with Malcom (Marlon Wayans) attempting to ditch the body of his possesed girlfriend Kisha (Essence Atkins) after an unsuccessful exorcism. After the events of the first Haunted House seemingly die down, Malcom is back on t...

Merica with them feather things

February 13, 2014


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It’s freedom in a tangible form. It’s the symbol of our great country. It’s 6.3 kilos of pure winged predatory power. People, it is the Haliaeetus leucocephalus. With razor sharp talons that cut through the flesh of small mammals and countless fish, this beast is one of the most patriotic per...

The Brahr Ultimatum: Big game fishing

Bryer Houston, columnist

January 27, 2014


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For a majority of people, big game fishing has no significant place in their hearts. I am one of those people. However, I do find it to be very intriguing. The pure instinct that must engulf a body as it is strapped into the high seat on the back of the boat during a stormy trek out to sea must be over...

Xbox One: A survival story

Xbox One:  A survival story

Bryer Houston, staff writer

November 26, 2013


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As a write this, take into deep consideration that I am not fully aware of the outside world. It has been two days since I’ve seen sunlight, and I believe that I am beginning to develop some sixth sense that involves reaction time and the ability to dominate noobs.  It’s a beautiful world people...

Xbox One is swegity swag

Xbox One is swegity swag

Bryer Houston, staff writer

November 8, 2013


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Ever since I was a boy, countless rumors were around about the next generation Xbox. The Xbox 360 came out when I was in 6th grade, and due to my human nature, I have craved the newest model of Microsoft’s beautiful creation since that day. After what seemed like an eternity of wait, the release of t...

The Brahr Ultimatum

October 24, 2013


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Autumntime Sadness It's that time of the year again, fellas. Lock up the girlfriends and throw away the key, unless, that is, you want to hear and see a plethora of status updates and tweets about pumpkin spice lattes, yoga pants, and Uggs. It's here, and it's hitting us with its frosty fist of fore...

Websites down, hopes up

Joe Clouser, Editor

October 24, 2013


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Stressing over future plans has been a problem plaguing our fast-paced world for some time now and many choices along our lifetimes carry various amounts of stress with them. Some people find themselves worried about work the next day or possibly a big test, many others choose to spend their nights with ...

The Brahr Ultimatum: Mom hates me

Bryer Houston, columnist

October 7, 2013


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First of all, I'd like to dedicate this article to all those seniors who are applying to college. It's an arduous process, I know, but the reward is worth it. The already long process can, however, be elevated to a level of annoyance that is unmatched by any force known to man—the domestic unit. T...

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