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Romanticizing Depression

Romanticizing Depression

Amanda Reeves, Reporter
May 16, 2014
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When someone thinks of something romantic, flowers or chocolates are usually the first things to come to mind. People don’t think about a medical condition that sucks the life out of you and prohibits you from living a normal life. They don’t think about depression. In the present, more and more...

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Swings Onto the Big Screen

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Swings Onto the Big Screen

Kylie Singh, Reporter
May 13, 2014
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Amazing! The movie The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is filled with intense plots, valuable morals, and heart-filled romance. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (directed by Marc Webb) was released into theaters Friday, May 2nd. It may just be the intense graphics or my love for superheroes, but whether you’re like me o...

Rooms of The House Brings Poetry to Life

Rooms of The House Brings Poetry to Life

Monique Dobson, Reporter
April 30, 2014
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Rooms of the House is a ravishing and refreshing album that has lyrics that speak to the soul and appeal to the heart. The post-hardcore band, La Dispute, is the band who created this lovely piece of art. It consist of a series of stories that listeners can visualize and feel as it expresses relatable emotion...

Restoring Force Album Restores Faith in Music

Restoring Force Album Restores Faith in Music

Isabella Flower, Reporter
April 23, 2014
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The album Restoring Force by Of Mice and Men was first released January 28, and has already been loved by many. It is the third official album from Of Mice and Men with a completely different feel compared to the other albums, sounding more classic rock than post-metalcore. “You’re Not Alone” was the f...

Supermodel Takes Risks; Keeps Elements of Signature Foster the People Sound

Supermodel Takes Risks; Keeps Elements of Signature Foster the People Sound

Mary Alice Schultz, Editor/Reporter
April 21, 2014
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Sophomore releases from any band can be a risky listen.  Sometimes the efforts are an improvement on an artist's past sound, while other times, they are instances in which the artist makes a complete 180.  Foster the People's second full-length album, Supermodel, seems to dance in the grey area betw...

Divergent: A Unique and Courageous Success

Divergent: A Unique and Courageous Success

Rebecca Moore, Photo Editor/Reporter
April 10, 2014
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If you love intense action, a daring heroine, and a unique utopian society,then Divergent is the movie for you. It will take your breath away and involve you in every aspect of the book, Divergent. The breathtaking scenery, the giant jumps of trust  and off of trains, the determined characters, a...

R.I.P. Flappy Bird

R.I.P. Flappy Bird

Dan Sheahan, Reporter
March 31, 2014
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In May of 2013, the game Flappy Bird was released. Flappy Bird is an IOS/smartphone game that became extremely popular in December of 2013. Ever since the game was taken down on February 9th, 1 in 3 new games are Flappy Bird knockoffs. In advertising, the game was making $50,000 a day! Paul Tassi, a contributor for Forbes.com, said that the game “...had about 75,00 revie...

Lego Movie Builds Up a Large Fanbase

Lego Movie Builds Up a Large Fanbase

Sevina Hartry, Reporter
March 27, 2014
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The Lego Movie previews have been popping up in commercial breaks and somehow have found a way into conversations. Legos were literally the building blocks of our generation. Seeing them put into films and shows are something some people may find extremely incredible, but others could seriously care ...

Daft Punk Creates Yet Another Unique Masterpiece

Daft Punk Creates Yet Another Unique  Masterpiece

Monique Dobson, Reporter
March 10, 2014
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Imagine traveling through outer space on a soft cloud, being fascinated by everything around you. The electronic music  duo Daft Punk has brought this feeling to life once again,  this time in the marvelous masterpiece, Random Access Memories. This album features artists like Pharell Williams, Julia...

Top 3 Mom and Pop Restaurants of Greenville

Top 3 Mom and Pop Restaurants of Greenville

Destiny Byrd, Public Relations Editor/Reporter
February 27, 2014
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There is a saying that goes, “People should eat to live and not live to eat.” I disagree. You only live once, so you might as well enjoy yourself. My favorite places to dine at are mom-and-pop restaurants simply because they are one-of-a-kind. You can't go to San Francisco and expect the same mom-...

The Unspoken Truth of Pediatric Cancer

The Unspoken Truth of Pediatric Cancer

Holly Cannady, Co-Editor/Reporter
February 24, 2014
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Tuesday, February 4, was World Cancer Day: a day marked with pain, grieving, and strength. In a time where almost everyone has been affected by cancer through a friend, family member, or personal experience, February 4 shouldn't have passed without recognition. Similarly, the number one disease killer ...

Frozen Melts Hearts and Brings Warm Smiles

Frozen Melts Hearts and Brings Warm Smiles

Sierra Singh, Reporter/Sports Editor
February 20, 2014
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The movie Frozen was a Disney film like no other. Sure it had the magical creatures and charming princes, but the storyline was original and different. No longer are damsels in distress or princes fighting to save the day. Frozen incorporated action, romance, comedy, and the unity of once distant sist...

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