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Nifty Thrifty Thrifter

Nifty Thrifty Thrifter

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

October 11, 2019

I have been thrifting clothes for a long time, and I would even say that 80% of my clothes are thrifted. I know some people think thrifting means buying one-of-a-kind vintage clothing for large amounts of money at expensive thrift shops. I, however, do not thrift that way. Thrifting can mean buying ...

Gender Equality

Gender Equality

Bella Panmei, Junior Writer

October 2, 2019

We have all experienced that time in elementary when a teacher would ask for two to three “strong” boys to help carry some items but never the GIRLS. Being a girl, nobody would ever look my way if they needed some heavy lifting done. Even though I look tiny, I can still carry the amount of materia...

Social Media: Rival Apps

Social Media: Rival Apps

Clara Licklider, Sophomore Writer

October 2, 2019

The younger generation of today’s world is known to be all over technology, specifically our phones. What exactly are we doing on them? Some could be playing games, talking to people, looking up important information, or they could be doing the inevitable, scrolling through social media. A couple ...

What is this legacy turning into?

What is this legacy turning into?

Cayl Garland, Senior Writer

September 26, 2019

Toy Story 4 was one of the most anticipated Disney movies of the year. It was supposed to end the franchise in a huge way, but I thought the movie was very disappointing. The movie didn’t really end the franchise, it just moved in a different direction. The movie just didn’t live up to the hype. ...

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...

Which Restaurant has the best Oatmeal?

Which Restaurant has the best Oatmeal?

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

September 6, 2019

Oatmeal is one of the healthiest foods you could ever eat. It helps lower cholesterol, has a large amount of fiber, contains antioxidants, and is low-fat. Plus, it tastes really good. Oatmeal is one of my favorite foods and is my go-to at many popular restaurant chains, including Panera Bread, McDonal...

Who should Darden Restaurants buy next?

Who should Darden Restaurants buy next?

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

September 4, 2019

Darden Restaurants is an American casual-dining restaurant company which is best known for owning Olive Garden and Longhorn Steakhouse. In 2018, they accrued total revenue of 8.1 billion dollars. This number is not high enough for Darden CEO Gene Lee. He hopes to raise annual revenue by acquiring oth...

Making The Case For Brad Maddox’s WWE Return

Making The Case For Brad Maddox’s WWE Return

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

August 30, 2019

On October 28, 2012, the most underrated professional wrestler of all time Brad Maddox debuted on the main roster of the WWE in one of the most unique and interesting ways imaginable- as a referee. The main event of the night pitted the WWE Champion CM Punk vs “The Big Guy” Ryback. The bout was...

How Spider-Man got SCREWED!

How Spider-Man got SCREWED!

Gannon Davis, Sophomore Writer

August 29, 2019

Just like a lot of other people, I am upset about what has happened with Sony and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  Recently, Sony and the MCU have not come to complete terms on the fictional character known as Peter Parker, who is an orphan who was raised by his Uncle Ben and Aunt May.  Later in li...

Growing up in an Intangible Toxic World

Growing up in an Intangible Toxic World

Hannah Plauschin, Sophomore Writer

August 26, 2019

Pressure is something I constantly deal with and many others. I feel pressure to do well in school, pressure to do well in sports, pressure to be a good daughter, pressure to be a good role model, and pressure to stay calm despite all the expectations. I know the majority of this pressure is very normal...

Out Of Luck

Out Of Luck

Samuel Miller, Senior Writer

August 26, 2019

My perfect weekend quickly turned sour with one tweet. The moment I discovered Andrew Luck retired, I thought it as a joke. I believed it a cruel ploy by my brother to get me anxious. However, this was not the case. News broke that Luck had been mentally worn down and he wanted out. I sat down and w...

The benefits of Veganism

The benefits of Veganism

C.J. Burrous, Senior Writer

August 26, 2019

Veganism is a concept which dates back thousands of years to Indian and Mediterranean societies. It takes vegetarianism one step further, as it restricts all animal products from ones' diet. However, veganism is not just about diet. Veganism is a way of life, meaning that participants seek to lead anima...

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