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Supergirl

Supergirl

Kirstyn Kiger, Senior Editor
August 17, 2017
Filed under A&E

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Supergirl! Wait, what? Supergirl instead of Superman? Enter Krypton’s newest superhero phenomenon. Supergirl, a newer show to air on the CW Network, has captivated audiences everywhere. Not only does she have the power to fly, she also has X-Ray vision, super st...

Arrow

Arrow

Kirstyn Kiger, Senior Editor
August 10, 2017
Filed under A&E, Courier Top Review

Superhero: a relatively simple term that we all seem to overuse for ordinary acts. Superhero: a way to describe someone who has special abilities that enables one to have superpowers. From the Marvel and DC world, superheroes can possess powers that surpass all human imagination. Superman can heal others, use x...

Boeing Boeing

Boeing Boeing

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer
March 23, 2017
Filed under A&E

I recently had the privilege to go with some of the other sophomore English students to attend a play in Indianapolis. Upon arriving to the Indiana Repertory Theater I didn’t know very much about the play Boeing Boeing; all I knew was that it was a comedy. Once we arrived, I found a program for the play, ...

The Flash

The Flash

Kirstyn Kiger, Junior Writer
March 8, 2017
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The Flash is definitely a show that will keep all audiences on their toes. With sudden plot twists and an interesting love story, The Flash keeps all audiences engaged from the opening title to the credits at the end. Tune into the CW at 8 pm Tuesday nights to be taken on the run of your life. Remin...

Not to Speak is Speaking

Madilyn Hoff, Junior Writer
December 2, 2016
Filed under A&E

Walking into high school, a student may tend to have the essence of keeping more secrets, but do we realize what this can do to a person? Keeping the wrong secrets can physically and mentally destroy one's well-being. In addition, the truth will set you free the longer you hold it in, the harder it ...

Hacksaw Ridge

Olivia Salyers, Junior Writer
December 1, 2016
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With my dad’s background of serving in the United States Army, war movies are a family favorite. For better or worse, I’ve seen what feels like every one of them. From Saving Private Ryan to Braveheart, and even the cheesy Pearl Harbor, I’m well versed in this genre. Recently a new movie Hacksaw Ri...

Don’t Breathe

Olivia Salyers, Junior Writer
October 6, 2016
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The first day of Fall has already come, and October is just beginning.  The month of scary movies has officially begun! Most people would ignore this, but Fall is my favorite season. With fall comes cool weather, bonfires, football Fridays, pumpkins, and scary movies. I personally love the thrill of...

A Separate Peace

A Separate Peace

Olivia Salyers, Sophomore Writer
April 15, 2016
Filed under A&E

The class novel: loved by some, read by all.  Luckily, I’m one of the few who choose to love reading class novels. For years, class novels are passed out, making assignments all about the book, but in my opinion, reading these novels is a good thing. I don’t always have time to read due to sports...

Cassandra Clare Does It Again

Peyton Shafer, Senior Editor
April 14, 2016
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I became obsessed with author Cassandra Clare’s books a few years back when I first read The Mortal Instruments series. Soon after I finished those, I discovered she had another series called The Infernal Devices and, of course, had to read them also. Both series tell the stories of Shadowhunters, de...

4 Minute Mile

4 Minute Mile

Christian Lewis, Sophomore Writer
March 11, 2016
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If you are aching for a movie that goes above and beyond the cliche or inspirational sports story, 4 Minute Mile is your movie. The movie 4 Minute Mile is an independent film that built itself on the basis of the harsh inner-city life of Seattle following a talented runner and high school senior, Drew Ja...

The Man in the High Castle

Christian Lewis, Sophomore Writer
February 17, 2016
Filed under A&E

Imagine a world where Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan won the Second World War. Imagine a world where the United States is no longer existent and the North American continent is split up between The Greater Nazi Reich and Imperial Japan’s Pacific States. Imagine a world where everyone lives in fear un...

Do You Prefer to Watch or Read Zombies?

Do You Prefer to Watch or Read Zombies?

Marisol Karmel, Sophomore Writer
February 10, 2016
Filed under A&E

Walking into the AMC theater, I knew exactly what I was preparing myself to see. Guts, gore, and lots of zombies. Not to mention the presence of proper manners and corsets as well. Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies was an excellent book as well as an exceptional movie. I read the book prior to seeing th...

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