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Mulan: Live Action

Mulan: Live Action

Braxton Armstrong, Sophomore Writer

September 14, 2020

One must know how deeply disappointing it is to wait, what feels like an eternity, for a new live-action remake of a movie to just be so dismaying. This movie was so hyped by many and watching the previews/trailers got everyone all riled up; many were counting down the days until it was released. Tha...

The NFL Cheerleaders Glamorous Life! Or Not

The NFL Cheerleaders Glamorous Life! Or Not

Rochelle Pense, Senior Writer

September 11, 2020

Everyone in the United States knows about the NFL. A lot of people are avid NFL fans, but I am not. Although, I do pay attention to the cheerleaders, and it’s recently come to my attention of the reality that happens behind the scenes. Here are some of the crazy rules that the NFL cheerleaders must ...

An Interview with Mr. Wilson

An Interview with Mr. Wilson

Preston Parker, Junior Writer

September 10, 2020

With the next big-time election right around the corner, let's all celebrate with an educated interview with our very own historian Mr. Wilson about political scandals, the internet, and long-held mud-slinging tactics that we have held onto from Colonial America to the digital age.   P: Wh...

Fear has infiltrated the streets of Portland: Reporter’s Notebook

Fear has infiltrated the streets of Portland: Reporter's Notebook

Madison Cummins, Senior Writer

September 3, 2020

This article addresses the riots that have been occurring for months in Portland, Oregon. It is written from the viewpoint of the author, Kanya Whitworth. Whitworth decides to visit Portland herself and quickly realizes how chaotic the scene really is. She says that the protesters were acting very agg...

Adapting to change

Adapting to change

Nathaniel, Senior Writer

September 3, 2020

As a child, I always dreamt of my big year; that last year of high school. Senior year is meant to be the best year in a teenager’s life. Getting ready to move out, starting my own life, spending every last second with my friends, being the big dog in high school, and enjoying my stress free classes...

Donald Trump & COVID-19: A Match made in Hell

Donald Trump & COVID-19: A Match made in Hell

Preston Parker, Junior Writer

August 26, 2020

At the end of the decade, billions of folks around the world were looking forward to the empty promises that 2020 would bring. Needless to say, we all got our hopes up. Granted, no one expected this year to end up the way it did with, now infamous, COVID-19 tearing its way through the hopes, dreams, ...

A Little Bit About TikTok

A Little Bit About TikTok

Olivia Packard, Senior Writer

August 24, 2020

Have you ever wanted to listen to music, but not the whole song? Or wanted to watch something funny, but didn’t want to look it up on YouTube? Or wanted to do a dance, but didn’t want to have to learn a long one? Tik Tok is just the app for anybody who wants to do all three of those things. It h...

The Most Hated Man in Indiana Sports

The Most Hated Man in Indiana Sports

Erick Hardy, Junior Writer

August 17, 2020

When people think of the most hated man in Indiana sports, they typically think of Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Lebron James, or Paul George. All of those people ended seasons for hoosiers but, there is one man worse than them all. His name is Ryan Grigson. Ryan Grigson has ended the hopes of more Ind...

Memorable Summer

Madison Cummins, Senior Writer

August 17, 2020

It’s that time of year once again. Back to school. I personally have some very mixed feelings about being in class; especially since it’s my senior year. On one hand, I’m very relieved to be able to have a somewhat normal school day, but on the other hand, I’m not totally sure how long we ar...

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...

The Claps of Mankind

The Claps of Mankind

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

January 9, 2020

The Claps of Mankind A person wakes up getting ready for work in the morning, and the first thing he does is make coffee. The man eats a hot breakfast and brushes his teeth afterward. Instead of discarding his unfinished coffee on the ground to help keep the soil fertile, he dumps it out in the dr...

FINALS! Stress for no Reason

FINALS! Stress for no Reason

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

December 18, 2019

That time of year is upon us: not the Christmas merriness or jolly feeling, but the overwhelming dread and stress of finals. Why are finals needed? If so, why make it difficult? Can the finals tests not be just a survey of what one has learned the past semester and what they wish to have changed? All ...

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