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Top 5 TV Couples

Top 5 TV Couples

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
January 26
Filed under Blogs, On Your Mind, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

As an avid watcher of many popular television shows, I have tons of favorite television romances. From sitcoms and comedies, to dramas, almost every show has a couple which many viewers hope will be in love by the end of the show. I have carefully selected my top five television couples, factoring c...

Black Mass Review: A Movie Not Even Johnny Depp Could Save

Black Mass Review: A Movie Not Even Johnny Depp Could Save

Graeme Hanson, Reporter
January 25
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Star Rating: 2/5   We, as Americans, are often so constantly swept up into our own perfect, sane lives that we may get sick of the paragon and need to escape into some degenerate form of amusement. There are many avenues you could travel down to achieve this purifying release of tension, b...

Brashier Students Swing Through Life

Brashier Students Swing Through Life

Ashley Avila, Reporter
January 22
Filed under Blogs, New Trends, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

Swing dancing is a hobby that is trending in Greenville County. The main place Brashier students usually attend to swing dance is Upstate Swing. Swing dancing is not only popular with high school students, but swing dancing is also popular with children and adults. Swing dancing is a mixture of traditiona...

Heavenly Hikes

Heavenly Hikes

Anna Hutsell, Reporter
January 20
Filed under Blogs, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

I like to think of myself as the outdoorsy type. My calls into nature mostly happen during my fourth period math class. But when they occur during a reasonable time, I grab my gear, a friend, and hit the trails. There aren’t many places to hike around Greenville as I’ve noticed many years ago. Most...

How Much is Too Much?

How Much is Too Much?

Lindsey Jester, Reporter
November 3
Filed under Feature Page, On Your Mind, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life

Most high school students have numerous expectations presented in front of them by parents, teachers, teammates, and peers.  The most common expectations are maintaining a certain GPA, getting good SAT/ACT scores, being employed, getting involved in hobbies in and outside of school, staying active, gett...

The Wind Rises: Hayao Miyazaki’s Soaring Finale

The Wind Rises: Hayao Miyazaki’s Soaring Finale

Joseph Calamia, Reporter
April 20
Filed under Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Videos

There is a saying that artists are creative for only ten years, but there is always an exception. Hayao Miyazaki, Japanese animation film director and founder of Studio Ghibli, announced that The Wind Rises would be his final film before retiring in 2013.  The Wind Rises is an historical drama centeri...

Clinton’s Emails Cause an “Error” in Congress

Clinton’s Emails Cause an “Error” in Congress

Joseph Calamia, Reporter
April 13
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been making headlines in the news due to a recent controversy dealing with hidden emails. According to CBS News, Clinton is under investigation for using her private email address during her term as Secretary of State. The emails are rumored to be linked to convers...

Bobby Petrocelli Changed My View on Life

Bobby Petrocelli Changed My View on Life

Scotty Logan, Reporter
March 24
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Friday, February 6th, my view on life changed when I heard a really inspiring speech on living life moment by moment, not day by day. Bobby Petrocelli, a motivational speaker who goes around to schools and tells his life story, inspired me to look at life in a very different way. While I was at work,...

Boston Celtics Make a Late Playoff Push

Boston Celtics Make a Late Playoff Push

James Otovic, Reporter
March 19
Filed under Blogs, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Sports

After the Boston Celtics traded away their superstar player, Rajon Rondo, and their leading scorer, Jeff Green, one may think that the team would collapse; however, the team has strung together a series of wins since the trade deadline February 19. Isaiah Thomas, who was acquired from the Phoenix Su...

Five Nights of Horror, Times Three!

Five Nights of Horror, Times Three!

Cara Hartry, Reporter
March 18
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Horror is not just for Halloween or the fall. Not everyone enjoys watching gruesome or scary movies, but that does not mean they aren’t willing to play a scary game.. Recently, Five Nights At Freddy’s, a single player PC survival-game has become very popular in the gaming community . Freddy’s Fame on YouTube ...

Senior Project Is a Blessing and a Curse

Senior Project Is a Blessing and a Curse

Scotty Logan, Reporter
March 5
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For many seniors, Senior Project can be an impending doom, even though throughout the year most seniors learn how to cope with all of the work that is a part of Senior Project. Senior project is a yearlong project that every senior has to take. Sometimes students stress over senior project because of...

Drake’s New Album Surprises the Hip-Hop Community

Drake’s New Album Surprises the Hip-Hop Community

James Otovic, Reporter
March 2
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Without any promotion, Drake’s album, If You’re Reading This it’s too Late, came as a surprise to many when it was released Friday, February 13, 2015. However, the day the album released had nearly everyone in the hip-hop community talking, and radio stations were scrambling to get their hands ...

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