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All is Lost

All is Lost

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

February 16, 2018

All is Lost is a mostly silent movie about a man who is stuck on a boat and the struggles he goes through while on the boat. I’m normally not a big fan of silent movies, but this was quite the exception. Throughout the entire movie I could relate my life to the man’s life and feel how the man was fee...

The Series of All Genres – Mickey Bolitar

The Series of All Genres – Mickey Bolitar

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

February 13, 2018

Everybody has a love for a certain genre. Popular genres vary from things like romance to sports and even mystery. It isn't very often that people will find a book, let alone an entire series, that contains a little bit of just about every genre. That is exactly what Harlan Coben did in the 2011 Mickey Bo...

A look into the Outsiders

A look into the Outsiders

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

February 13, 2018

Literature surrounds us each and every day. Whether we enjoy it or hate it, it will always be around. Books around the world can influence a person to start looking deeper into his life. Most books teach about important lessons and values. Personally, my favorite books are the types that make someone...

9-1-1

9-1-1

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

January 22, 2018

Today it seems as though almost every television channel is overrun by some sort of medical or crime show. Although these shows contain a wide variety of plot summaries, they seem to become redundant rather quickly. Whether it is the beloved Grey’s Anatomy or NCIS: Los Angeles, millions of people will...

school ties

Carl Jay, Sophomore Writer

November 14, 2017

  This movie all in all was very good; it raised some very moral questions that one should ask himself if you find yourself in a similar situation. This movie has boys acting like boys which is easily relatable to the general public. I would recommend this movie for anyone who has a couple of ...

Ozark, a show that will keep you glued to the TV

Ozark, a show that will keep you glued to the TV

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

November 2, 2017

How would you react if your father told you that you and your family have to move from the beautiful town of Chicago to a small rundown town in the middle of Missouri known as the Ozarks? No questions asked and none of your friends can know where you are going. In the Netflix Original show Ozark, Ma...

Cabaret Poe

Cabaret Poe

Lanie Miller, Junior Writer

October 31, 2017

I recently had the opportunity to go see the wonderful musical Cabaret Poe. In this musical the actor and actresses did an amazing job of throwing many of Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and poems into one big musical. When the musical began, I do admit, I was somewhat confused. I did not realize at fir...

Cabaret Poe

Cabaret Poe

Jordan Henry, Freshman

October 26, 2017

You are sitting in a dark room illuminated by only the faintest of glows. Suddenly a mysterious black figure appears next to you. As you turn to look at it, you do a double take for you didn’t see a face, but as quickly as it appears, it is gone. An eerie feeling settles but nevertheless you turn back ...

Flatliners

Flatliners

Lanie Miller, Junior Writer

October 10, 2017

I recently had the chance to go see the new movie Flatliners. I wanted to see this movie as soon as I saw the preview, but I didn’t think that I would actually get the chance to go and see it considering how busy as I am all the time, and then I did. Flatliners is a thrilling and emotional kind o...

Second Chance Summer

Second Chance Summer

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

September 20, 2017

  Emotional heart and mind opener is what the readers call this book. Two words that would describe this whole book is perspective changer. Morgan Matson created this emotional ride called Second Chance Summer. This is the book that will leave you crying for a couple days, things to relate in you...

The Familiars: Review

The Familiars: Review

Jordan Henry, Freshman

September 13, 2017

Intriguing, dangerous and entertaining, all these words describe this compelling story.  The Familiars, the first book of four, was authored by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson. The first book was published September 2, 2010. This fantastic and magical story centers around a simple alley cat named ...

Marvel Studios Strikes Again

Carl Jay, Sophomore Writer

August 29, 2017

Marvel Studios comes back again with yet another great show: The Defenders. The Defenders takes place in New York City following the stories of Luke Cage, Danny Rand, Matt Murdock, and Jessica Jones, in their battle against the infamous organization The Hand.   Luke Cage has a unique back...

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