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I Am Not Okay With This: A Review

I Am Not Okay With This: A Review

Aleya Mygrant, Sophomore Writer

March 9, 2020

Her father committed suicide in the basment of her childhood home. After the shocking tragedy, she cannot get along with her mother. Since her dad died, her mom has to work all of the time, which means that she basically has to raise her little brother. On top of that, she is constantly struggling to...

Suite Life on Deck

Suite Life on Deck

Jack Miller

February 25, 2020

    This past week I decided to binge-watch The Suite Life on Deck, The Suite Life on Deck was an addition to the prior successful television show “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.” Both television shows follow young twins through life pranking and helping people out.       The show came ou...

The Lost Generation Sinking into Society

The Lost Generation Sinking into Society

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

February 24, 2020

“You are all a lost generation,” says Ernest Hemingway in the novel The Sun Also Rises. Who and what is the lost generation? The lost generation refers to the period of time after World War 1 when people found life to be directionless and meaningless. However, Hemingway brings this idea to life ...

Review of A Farewell to Arms

Review of A Farewell to Arms

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Senior Writer

February 21, 2020

Various books are written to serve a purpose in society. A Farewell to Arms, written by Ernest Hemingway, brings attention to the concept that nobody can escape loss. Everyone experiences pain from losing someone or something at some point in life, and this novel represents the idea that nobody can prev...

Legends of Togo

Legends of Togo

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

February 9, 2020

Remember the childhood days when one snuggled up on the couch with a blanket and just binge watched Disney movies all weekend? Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, or any other apps that we use so often today were not a thing back then so we had to watch the movies with cliffhangers and commercial breaks. Often ti...

Miss Americana

Miss Americana

Tianna Casner, Freshman Writer

February 7, 2020

In recent years we’ve all seen or heard of numerous Netflix documentaries dedicated to the behind the scenes work of music artists. Taylor Swift is following along with this new trend with “Miss Americana.” The documentary arrives alongside a new single, “Only The Young,” from her latest album,...

My First Time Watching Star Wars: Part 1 Prequels

My First Time Watching Star Wars: Part 1 Prequels

Jack Salyers, Sophomore writer

February 7, 2020

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Those were the first words that hooked me on the Star Wars franchise this past month. This past January I watched all nine Star Wars films in such a short span. I enjoyed most of the films for the most part and had a really fun time watching this series for t...

1917 Review

1917 Review

Caleb Johnson, Senior Writer

February 4, 2020

History may not be the most interesting subject in the world, but it’s essential to learn about the history of one’s country. 1917 quickly became one of the greatest films in my mind. A movie about World War I focused on two characters unique stories and their journey to deliver a message across ene...

Why Not to Watch “The Turning”

Why Not to Watch “The Turning”

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

January 31, 2020

Screams, shrieks, and hidden eyes: The Turning has entered into the theaters. However, our class read the novel of this story before attending the movie, and the movie left all the students in shock. The movie wasn’t comparable to the book and students were struggling to find ways to even describe what ...

Little Women Hits the Big Screen

Little Women Hits the Big Screen

Tianna Casner, Freshman Writer

January 23, 2020

I always find it exciting when a book makes its way onto the big screens in the form of a movie adaptation. It’s even more exciting for me when the book happens to be an older, classic book. Little Women was recently released in theaters as the newest movie adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s 1868...

The New but Already Been Used Jumanji.

The New but Already Been Used Jumanji.

McKayla Thompson, Senior Writer

January 15, 2020

Everyone enjoys watching an original movie but nowadays society has turned to the remaking of these films. The original Jumanji movie came out in 1995 but was recreated in 2017. However, the remake was truly a showstopper so filmmakers produced Jumanji 2 which was published in 2019. My family and I wen...

I’m Watching YOU Too

I’m Watching YOU Too

Clara Licklider, Sophomore Writer

January 14, 2020

DISCLAIMER: Spoilers are all throughout this article. I also suggest reading Cana Jone's article over season one first:  https://lckingscourier.net/22189/ae/im-watching-you/   How did I end up here? All I remember is minding my own business when suddenly I am whacked in the head and then ...

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