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A Surprising Sadies

A Surprising Sadies

Emily Fleming, Reporter

December 11, 2019

The New Kanye

The New Kanye

Alaina Haylock, Reporter

December 10, 2019

October 25, 2019 marked a special day for music fans, especially Kanye West fans. West released his album “Jesus is Lord,” which was a notable switch in his usually creative content. Not only did it include no cursing, but West described the purpose of the album as “an expression of the gospel...

A Game of Telephone

A Game of Telephone

Allie Weber, Reporter

December 6, 2019

Journalism is everywhere, and I don’t specifically mean the paper that is thrown on your driveway every week. I mean billboards on the highway, magazines in coffee shops, medical journals spread amongst doctors, and even the ads you pass while scrolling on your Instagram feed. Journalism, to be more te...

Closed Adoptions- What Are They?

Closed Adoptions- What Are They?

Savannah Garrison, Reporter

December 5, 2019

Many people don’t realize that there are two different types of adoptions: open and closed. Open adoptions allow the birth parents and adoptive parents of a child to have access to certain records to varying degrees, have the ability to know where each other are, and a choice to communicate with on...

Insatious for More

Insatious for More

Emily Fleming, Reporter

December 2, 2019

Netflix recently released the second season of its hit show, Insatiable. A teenager, Patty Bladell, has been bullied her entire life simply because of her weight. When she loses her weight she meets Bob Armstrong, a pageant coach, who wants to turn her life around. He quickly gets her into pageants wh...

Send That Info, Florence

Send That Info, Florence

Madison Crumpton, Reporter

November 29, 2019

In between essays about lustful witches from The Crucible and learning synonyms for endless vocabulary words, Brashier English 3 students were introduced to the old fashioned form of long distance communication- pen pals.  “It is fun to get to know these people…,”  said sophomore Aust...

New High School Sparks Controversy

New High School Sparks Controversy

Mattie McConnell, Reporter

November 26, 2019

The Greenville County School Board recently approved plans for a new high school, but students, parents, and other community members have concerns.  Fountain Inn High School, the first new public high school to be created since 1973, was created to lessen the number of students in high-population hig...

Generation Frustrations: Politics Conflicts

Generation Frustrations: Politics Conflicts

Peyton Ludwig, Reporter

November 19, 2019

Welcome to part three of Generation Frustrations! While the first part discusses the uses of technology and the second talks about the differences in humor, this time will be addressing the political rifts that seem to divide each generation.  The older generations of Gen X and Baby Boomers have the reputation of being conservative, traditional, hard set in their views, and intolerant....

Generation Frustrations: Boomer Humor and Gen-Z Irony

Generation Frustrations: Boomer Humor and Gen-Z Irony

Peyton Ludwig, Reporter

November 18, 2019

Welcome to part two of Generation Frustrations! This time I’ll be addressing the differences of humor between each generation. This comes as a divide between society’s standards, both of young and of old. Gen Z and Millennials may have dark and strange humor that flusters the older generations, and the ...

Generation Frustrations: The Technology Mentality

Generation Frustrations: The Technology Mentality

Peyton Ludwig, Reporter

November 15, 2019

It’s a battle between the old versus the young, analog versus the digital, golden days versus the modern times -- or, in other words, a battle between generations. Whether it’s been about education, politics, or technology, the tension has always existed, with the young’s need to advance and t...

INNside Scoop

INNside Scoop

Emily Fleming, Reporter

November 14, 2019

Quiet and Deafening Thoughts

Quiet and Deafening Thoughts

Alia Abbas, Reporter

November 12, 2019

It had been a long week. I flew from my small 751 square foot apartment in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah to Bradford County, Florida on Saturday. In the taxi to my hotel suite from the Gainesville Regional Airport, all I saw through the windows were correctional facilities and courts, and I was quickly o...

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