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President Trump Comes to Greenville

President Trump Comes to Greenville

Sarah Shehan, Reporter

November 3, 2017


Filed under News, Student Musings

On October 16, 2017, President Trump arrived in Greenville, South Carolina to endorse the new governor, Henry McMaster, for reelection. He was invited to a private fundraiser, located at the Embassy Suites on Verdae Boulevard, on behalf of McMaster's campaign for reelection as governor. Only 1,200 people ...

Controversial Anne Frank Costume for Girls

Controversial Anne Frank Costume for Girls

Lauren Ervin, Reporter

November 1, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

Each weekday, when we come to school, our clothing choice is limited to the Brashier uniform of a black polo and khaki pants. However, on October 31st, all rules are thrown out the window. After students leave school, they have the freedom to wear whichever costume they choose. On Halloween, children,...

Hazing Nightmares

Hazing Nightmares

Lauren Ervin, Reporter

October 24, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

On college campuses, there are many opportunities for new students to join clubs, organizations, or sports teams. Some of the most popular organizations for students to join are fraternities and sororities. Many sororities and fraternities have been called out for dangerous and illegal hazing practices. ...

The Discovery of Socially Complex Octopi

The Discovery of Socially Complex Octopi

Chloe Brown, Reporter

October 16, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Could there possibly be a group of human-like octopi lurking within the ocean? “I have not recently read about this specific topic or done any research to know about socially complex octopi. I would, however, like to learn and educate myself about this particular topic. Even though I have not rea...

MasSpec Pen: The Magic Pen

MasSpec Pen: The Magic Pen

Chelsea Evangelista, Reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

Cancer, one of the leading causes of mortality around the globe, is quite possibly the most notorious illness known today. Fortunately, many researchers have been actively seeking ways to minimize and decrease these numbers. Scientists from the University of Texas recently developed a device in a form of...

Hart Has No Heart

Hart Has No Heart

Hannah Clark, Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Student Musings

“Many people probably think celebrities have it all, but sometimes they face more scrutiny because they are under the public eye…” says Mauldin Elementary School teacher Jennifer Clark. Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was recently a victim of a multi-million dollar extortion. According to law enforce...

Is Your Washroom Breeding Bolsheviks?

Is Your Washroom Breeding Bolsheviks?

Ashlyn Athey, Reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under News

The disposable paper towel is one of those ordinary, everyday objects we tend to use daily but often have no idea about its history. “I don’t know. I probably use twenty five or more paper towels every day,” says junior Anna Taylor. The majority of people are probably unaware that the paper...

Don’t Dream It’s Over

Don’t Dream It’s Over

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

One of the most controversial topics in America, immigration, has recently agitated the American people after President Trump removed DACA on September 5th, 2017. DACA, or Deferred Action of Children Arrivals, was an executive order made by previous president, Barack Obama. This action would ultimatel...

South Asian Devastation

South Asian Devastation

Lauren Ervin, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

In the midst of hurricane season, the United States has been facing many natural disasters effects due to multiple extreme climate events. These hurricanes have had devastating effects on many cities in the U.S., and many people have lost homes and loved ones. While this domestic destruction has captured...

Antisocial Culture

Antisocial Culture

Angela coppola, Reporter

May 9, 2017


Filed under Blogs, Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Musings

There are about seven billion people living on the Earth. Now, take a moment and think about all the people you know or even the people you see around. Have you ever stopped to make conversation with them or compliment them randomly? I do, and I do it because I value meeting new people and having genuine c...

Coachella Best & Worst

Monica Williams

May 9, 2017


Filed under Feature Page, feature picture, News, On Your Mind, Photos, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Top Stories

As always, at the end of April, the famous music festival, Coachella, was held in Indio, California. Although the festival is obviously about celebrating the art of musicians, in past years it has recently become more like an episode of Who Wore It Best? Because of this, I want to share what I think wer...

Should College Be Tuition Free For Middle Class Students

Should College Be Tuition Free For Middle Class Students

Monica Williams

April 28, 2017


Filed under New Trends, News, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, passed a law that plans to provide tuition-free college for students of middle class working families who want to attend public universities. This decision made in New York is not only being praised there, and some South Carolinians are delighted by the fact t...

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