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The Only Way To Lose Weight

The Only Way To Lose Weight

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

March 9, 2020

It seems like no matter where you look you will hear conflicting opinions on the best way to lose weight. Some people will tell you the only way to do it is to restrict carbohydrates while others will tell you that you must restrict fat. Some swear by the high-fat ketogenic diet while others say the only ...

A Growing Sport

A Growing Sport

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

February 26, 2020

If we go back into ancient times, we can see that wrestling is one of the oldest sports known to man. It has been around for centuries. The Romans would use wrestling as a way of practicing their hand-to-hand combat. Of course, the sport has gotten more organised over the years and is not used to pr...

Valentine’s Day: The Worst Holiday

Valentine’s Day: The Worst Holiday

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

February 18, 2020

Pictures, sweet messages, flowers, stuffed animals, and many other cliché gifts flood the day, but none of them are for her. The constant reminder that she does not have a significant other remains in her head as the day passes on. She arrives home, thinking the embarrassment of receiving nothing a...

The WWE’s Most Controversial Moments

The WWE’s Most Controversial Moments

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

January 30, 2020

Recently the WWE came under scrutiny when it aired a segment which many deemed controversial and tawdry. The segment started out with what was supposed to be a wedding between Lana and former WWE champion Bobby Lashley. Right before the two were able to say “I do”, however, Liv Morgan came out an...

Upcoming Seasons

Upcoming Seasons

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

January 30, 2020

Sports are a huge part of high schools and a good representation for countries. All kinds of sports can help bring people together and make new friendships that most likely would not have been formed if it had not been for that particular sport. Sports not only bring people together but the community as w...

A Disgrace to Baseball: Astros Cheating Saga

A Disgrace to Baseball: Astros Cheating Saga

Samuel P Miller, Senior Writer

January 19, 2020

Cheating in baseball is a tale as old as time. Players will cork bats, shoot their bodies full of steroids, and, most commonly, steal signs. Signals are personalize orders on every baseball team. These complicated hand gestures are used to talk to your players on the field without actively speaking. A pi...

Are you Christmasing too Early?

Are you Christmasing too Early?

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

November 15, 2019

It’s only the second week in November and people already have their Christmas trees up. Don’t get me wrong. I love Christmas just as much as the next person, but this an outrage. Why would some people put up their christmas tree this early? Who wants to skip over Thanksgiving? Some people go as far as puttin...

I Am Who I Say I Am

Samuel P Miller, Senior Writer

October 27, 2019

I am who I say I am.    Social media is a powerful tool and can cause chaos with a click of a button. This was proven over the weekend when I said, “Sportsmanship has a face, and it’s not mine.” For the unfamiliar onlooker this might seem crass and unnecessary. With reflection, I mig...

Why Not?

Why Not?

Samuel Miller, Senior Writer

October 24, 2019

For those of you reading this who aren’t planning on attending Friday’s game, I ask you, “Why not?” Why wouldn’t every man, woman, and student in the Cass County area want to be apart of this historic night, and it is historic. This upcoming Friday is sure to be a record setting event for L...

Cheating: Why do students do it?

Cheating: Why do students do it?

Cana Jones, Sophomore Writer

September 17, 2019

Cheating is something almost everyone has done at least once or twice. It is a common thing, but why do people do it? Cheating is something constantly talked about in the school system. Cheating has always been around, but recently, more and more students are taking part in it. It is always depicted in...

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