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Ghosting: I Just Fade Away

Ghosting: I Just Fade Away

Taylor Thornton, Reporter
December 7
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Student Musings, Top Stories

Ghosting has become a social phenomenon in the lives of young people. Ghosting is basically ending all communication with someone abruptly, in hopes that they will “get the hint” and leave you alone. “Ghosting is when you finesse someone after they ask you a question or send you something [b...

Carolina Catching Fire

Carolina Catching Fire

Angela, Reporter
December 6
Filed under Events, Feature Page, feature picture, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Top Stories

Recently there has been an untamable Forest Fire in the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. The forest fires have been rapidly spreading to bordering states like Tennessee . According to the National Interagency Fire Center, in 2015 alone there have been 68,151 Wildfires and 10,125,149 acres ...

Education Needs a Reformation

Education Needs a Reformation

Josh Geden, Reporter
December 5
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Student Musings, Top Stories

At one point in everyone’s life, they were a student. In the United States, school is an integral part of children’s lives. Who their friends are, what they want to be when they grow up, and ultimately who they become is largely influenced by the place where they spend at least seven hours a day, fiv...

Immigrants Make America Great

Immigrants Make America Great

Monica Williams, Reporter
December 2
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Top Stories

Recently in the media, immigration has become a very common topic. When president-elect Donald Trump first debuted his campaign, he said things about immigrants that were very offensive to people. Trump claimed that people from Mexico bring over "drugs and rapists." "I think Trump's statements have increased f...

Coach McAnelly Fight Up Hill Battles

Coach McAnelly Fight Up Hill Battles

Angela Coppola, Reporter
December 1
Filed under About Us, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The will for humans to succeed is a remarkable thing. They are so strong to begin with and even stronger when tested. Life is in constant change so people are doomed to encounter challenges, but what you do when you are challenged is important. Do you surrender to your challenge or do you keep your h...

When Should Christmas Start?

When Should Christmas Start?

Robin Conner, Reporter
November 29
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

It is the crack of dawn on November first and the Christmas Music has already started to play. The Christmas season is heralded as the best season of the year. The overall mood is warm, cozy, and loving. Who wouldn’t want this season to start as early as possible? As it turns out, a lot of people wa...

The 45th President

The 45th President

Lauren Martin, Reporter
November 22
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Top Stories

On the night of November 8th, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sat back and watched as the fate of this country was being decided by millions of voters around the country. The run for president was concluded by Trump being named the 45th president of the United States. Trump won 290 electoral votes, ...

Most Likely to…

Most Likely to…

Maya Roberts, Reporter
November 21
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

Every year seniors look forward to the many traditions that come with finishing high school, such as taking senior pictures, going to prom, planning a senior trip, and  graduating. Similarly, there is another aspect of senior year that never gets overlooked, and that is the senior superlatives. Thi...

Oil & Native Americans Don’t Mix

Oil & Native Americans Don’t Mix

Monica Williams, Reporter
November 18
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

In 1890, more than 300 Native Americans were attacked and killed by the United States Army on their own land, Wounded Knee in South Dakota. The lives of the Indians were lost for no reason because they were not engaged in any crimes. "We learned about it in US history last year. I remember being reall...

Conversion Controversy

Conversion Controversy

Meghan Pennington, Reporter
November 16
Filed under News, On Your Mind, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Top Stories

Conversion therapy or reparative therapy. Innocuous names for a practice that is rarely anything but. Conversion therapy is a form of counseling designed to change someone’s sexuality from a non-straight orientation to heterosexual. It has long been a source of controversy, and has been made illegal for m...

Clowns Continue to Creep out America

Clowns Continue to Creep out America

Monica Williams, Reporter
November 15
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Top Stories

This year the U.S. has faced a wide variety of problems scaling from climate change to the current election, but no one was prepared for what would be one of the biggest obstacles we would have to face: Clowns. All over the country in different American cities, citizens have claimed to of spotted clow...

The Awarded

The Awarded

Angela Coppola, Reporter
November 14
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News

Katherine Cary has been awarded All Star, All State, and All Region player for volleyball this year. She has been playing volleyball for 8 years and practices about 3-5 times a week. Winning these awards is something Cary has worked for all season. “I’ve worked very hard, and I felt like it has payed off to ...

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