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How not to act in the theater

Paige James

November 9

Filed under Opinion

The lights in the theater dim, and phone screens light up, candy wrappers are crumpled and muffled voices are heard. When at the theater, cell phones should be turned off, or on silent. If you receive a text or phone call during...

Moment of Silence

Tyler Davis, Staff Writer

September 15

Filed under Opinion

The moment of silence is placed in the announcements during the Pledge of Allegiance so the students may remember Americas’ heroes who both fought and died for freedom in some way. It is polite as well as respectful to participate...

Flag Frenzy

Flag Frenzy

September 11

Media filters top stories

Jaci Monroe, Staff Writer

March 13

Filed under Opinion

Many American citizens have become increasingly unaware of world events because of the media's filtered news stories. This filtering has blinded the American population to other cultures and important events worldwide. Upon...

What’s in a name?

Shea Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

March 6

Filed under Blogs, Opinion

A definition. An identity. A curse. There are things we associate with names; attitude, actions, feelings. No matter how much we may dislike them, they are a part of us, a small definition of who we are. My name is Shea...

Feminists take it too far

Jaci Monroe, Staff Writer

December 12

Filed under Opinion

Feminism is a prominent part of society, namely social media, and has an effect on those who pursue or oppose it. There are quite a few places feminist expressionism can be found, Tumblr, Facebook, television and Twitter are...

Fantasies shattered, becoming a Rock Star is not all it’s cracked up to be

Elizabeth Innis, Staff Writer

December 12

Filed under Opinion

In the world today, children are left with nothing but celebrities to serve as role models. Kids and young adults often see celebrities as good examples for how a person should live and be successful, but children are often misled...

8 hallway irritants

Jaci Monroe, Staff Writer

December 9

Filed under Opinion

The Zombie This person shambles down the hallway, completely incapable of holding a conversation or replying to a text while walking at an acceptable pace. The Lovers These two lovebirds are so in love that they feel th...

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