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Lucifer

Lucifer

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

April 20, 2018


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Whether you refer to him as the Devil, Satan, or Lucifer, he’s always around. This time he’s in Los Angeles, and he wants to help people this time. His telepathic abilities allow him to reveal people’s deepest desires and thoughts. His meeting with a girl in his nightclub (called Lux) entails ...

Weird Al Concert Review Accordion To Me

Jameson Price, Junior Editor

April 18, 2018


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Last Thursday, my father and I watched Weird Al Yankovic at the Honeywell center. This famous parody artist has been performing for over 30 years and is just as laugh-out-loud funny now as he was before. Weird Al has gained his fame by creating various parodies from artists including Madonna, Nirvana, Queen, and The Offspring. Throughout his to...

Michael Vey: Hunt for Jade Dragon

Michael Vey: Hunt for Jade Dragon

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

April 18, 2018


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One of the main plots of the book “Michael Vey: Hunt for Jade Dragon” is that a simple formula can give the Elgen the thing that they have wanted for years, and that is for them to control the world. The Elgen is desperate enough to get the formula that they kidnap a teenager that can read minds ...

Michael Vey: Battle of The Ampere

Michael Vey: Battle of The Ampere

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

April 18, 2018


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In the Michael Vey series my favorite part about the third book is when the rest of the Electroclan came back right in time to save Michael and his friends from getting blown up from dynamite. Michael and his friends are in trouble for trying to sink the Ampere, a massive yacht and Dr. Hatch’s favorit...

Defeat

Kace Kitchel, Senior Writer

April 12, 2018


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Defeat, my Defeat, my solitude and my aloofness; You are dearer to me than a thousand triumphs, And sweeter to my heart than all worldglory. Defeat, my Defeat, my self-knowledge and my defiance, Through you I know that I am yet young and swift of foot And not to be trapped by withering laurels. And...

My Sister’s Keeper

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

April 12, 2018


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I have let Kate’s life become part of my life when I first heard her dramatic and tragic story.  Kate Fitzgerald’s life has always been revolved around her. Her mother and father always watching her every move, trying to keep her safe from any harm, and also keeping her away from her annoying olde...

Behold The Lamb

Jameson Price, Junior Editor

April 10, 2018


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Some movies or books may ask you to imagine a time when cavemen walked the Earth; instead, this play, Behold The Lamb, asks you to imagine a time when Jesus walked the Earth. A short narrative is used to set you up for the remainder of the play by explaining some of the events you would soon witness. ...

This Is Us

This Is Us

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

March 22, 2018


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America’s number 1 network, NBC, is back again with another dramatic, heartwarming show. This Is Us just wrapped up its second season and has a large group of loyal viewers, and the shows brings in around 12 million followers every week. This Is Us will make you cry one minute and then make you fe...

Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen

Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

March 16, 2018


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Rise of the Elgen is about a teenager who saves his girlfriend from a evil corporation called Elgen. He tries to save his mom from them as well, but first he has to find out where they took her. The leader of the corporation is Dr. Hatch, a man who is obsessed capturing “electric children.” Elgen ...

Of Human Bondage

Olivia Salyers, Senior Writer

March 3, 2018


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People say that love stories warm the heart, and in the words of country singer Maren Morris, “I could use a love song.” As readers, most of us love the surreal. We love to watch beautiful people live a beautiful life, but the truth is, none of this happens in real life. Throughout the early twen...

My Favorite Literary Experience

My Favorite Literary Experience

Cole Jolly, Sophomore Writer

February 22, 2018


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At the beginning of Prisoner of Cell 25, the setting is similar to any other high school, but that changes when Jack Vranes came along and started bullying kids weaker than him. Michael Vey, a student at Meridian High School in Idaho, Indiana, is keeping a secret from everyone else, and he is eventu...

My Favorite Book

My Favorite Book

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

February 20, 2018


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I am definitely not the type of person to sit around and read books all day. So many books are available to read, but one book has really stood out to me. A Separate Peace was one of the best books I have ever read. This book holds a lot of surprises, which seem to be realistic in modern times. I was e...

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