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Shameless

Shameless

Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
March 9, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

I have a joy of picking apart things. When it comes to people, I will analyze until I break the puzzle into all of its little pieces. That could be why I have such a passion for psychology. I strive to understand the human mind. To understand psychology though, I would have to understand sociology. While...

Independent Princess

Independent Princess

McKayla Ramsey, Junior Writer
March 9, 2017
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Every girl grew up adoring Disney princesses; my favorite was Belle from Beauty and the Beast no doubt. With the new movie coming out, my love for Belle was brought back to my attention. I had many reasons for loving the book loving princess and a lot of it had to do with Belle loving to read. Most lit...

The Deadly Effects of Pollution

The Deadly Effects of Pollution

Kameron Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer
March 7, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Pollution, one of the world’s most common issues today, appears to cause much more issues than people think. The effects of pollution include unsafe water, lack of sanitation, and poor hygiene practices that eventually lead to injury. According to a recent report by the World Health Organization, env...

Art Is Everywhere

Art Is Everywhere

Olivia Salyers, Junior Writer
March 7, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Art is everywhere. It hides in literature, on the dark wall of an alley, and in the best museums in the world. I have never been one to draw something spectacular, or even master my signature, but I’m a pro at coloring inside the lines if that counts for anything. Growing up, I’ve searched for what I ...

Missing You Like Crazy

Missing You Like Crazy

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer
March 6, 2017
Filed under Features

On January 2, 2017, my great grandmother left this world. She wasn’t ready to go and none of the family was ready for it either, but let me just say, she was a fighter. She became ill months before and was taken to the hospital; the doctors didn’t know if she were going to make it then, but as I...

The History of Indiana Basketball

The History of Indiana Basketball

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer
February 11, 2017
Filed under Features

     What do you think of when hearing the word Indiana? Some people might think of the Indianapolis 500 or corn fields over and over. When I hear the word Indiana, I immediately say “basketball.”      Basketball has always been a huge priority in my family. My dad, grandpa, great grandpa, a...

Funny Times with my Best Friends

Funny Times with my Best Friends

Olivia Collins, Senior Writer
February 8, 2017
Filed under Features

Many people in the world don’t have the best home life, but I am privileged to have an awesome one. When I leave home every day to go to school, I always know I can come home to a relaxed setting where my best friends are. This might sound crazy to some people, but I would consider my animals to be...

A Fatal Fad (Part 2)

A Fatal Fad (Part 2)

Kirstyn Kiger, Junior Writer
February 6, 2017
Filed under Features

Four Loko Energy drinks have become very popular among teenagers and young adults. They provide a quick boost and pick me up. A new energy drink has recently moved into the spotlight Four Loko, a 23 ounce fruit flavored drink that has the alcohol content of 12 percent, which is equivalent to four ...

A Fatal Fad (Part 1)

A Fatal Fad (Part 1)

Kirstyn Kiger, Junior Writer
February 6, 2017
Filed under Features

Donald Lynn Frost once said, “Drugs take you to Hell, disguised as Heaven.” Drug abuse and addiction has become a rather fatal fad among teenagers and young adults. They believe drugs will take them away from reality and solve all problems; however, drugs do the complete opposite. Drugs will create a d...

Paging Dr. Real-World For A Dose Of Reality

Paging Dr. Real-World For A Dose Of Reality

Lily Jay, Senior Writer
February 4, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

I am as big a fan of Grey’s Anatomy and House MD as the next person; however, Hollywood does not capture the true essence of a functioning emergency room. Not all patients are the perfect ages between the ages of 15 and 55.  Not all patients are sunshine and rainbows. Not all cardiac patients can...

La Esperanza De La Vida

Olivia Salyers, Junior Writer
February 3, 2017
Filed under Features

As I’ve grown older, I’ve begun to realize that life is shorter than I thought. People I once knew or met are no longer here, and it begins to get scary when I think about all the people I love in my life. Living without these people is a scary thought, but being scared is no way to live life. Life i...

A Story Most Don’t Know

A Story Most Don’t Know

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer
January 30, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Some things in life are just more natural to some of us than others. For the longest time, I never realized my dad only had one arm until I got older and realized not every dad only had one arm, so for me seeing my dad with only one arm was natural but for my friends they never understood. Just like for...

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