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Canadian Kindness Steals the Show

Canadian Kindness Steals the Show

Grace Daniel, Reporter

May 13, 2019


Filed under Events, Top Stories

Imagine you are flying internationally back to the U.S. after a long business trip away from home. You are ready to get back to your family. Two hours later than your expected landing time, you are still in the air with no sign of land. All of the people on the plane are beginning to get really nervous...

Harry Potter and the Everlasting Legacy

Harry Potter and the Everlasting Legacy

Grace Daniel, Reporter

May 8, 2019


Filed under Recent Stories, Top Stories

Books are important. At least, that’s what we’re told by our teachers, by our parents, and even by the media. While books are critical to our education, some books appear so far-fetched that they seem irrelevant. Harry Potter is a world-renowned book series that most everyone has heard of, whether as a devoted fan...

Papers, Please.

Papers, Please.

Allie Weber, Reporter

May 6, 2019


Filed under Feature Page, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Disclaimer: I am in no way, shape, or form against immigration, so long as it is done legally. The United States is a nation born from immigrants. Our founding fathers were immigrants themselves, moving away from all they knew, trying to build a better life. This is still true today; the U.S. cons...

Marvel Timeline

Marvel Timeline

Alaina Haylock, Reporter

April 26, 2019


Filed under Recent Stories, Top Stories

*Spoilers Ahead* This month has been surrounded by tons of hype—especially by Marvel fans—as the release of the Avengers: Endgame draws closer. This new movie will mark the end of Phase 3 for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Marvel franchise divides the entirety of its movies into phases, w...

A Nation Divided

A Nation Divided

Allie Weber, Reporter

April 15, 2019


Filed under Feature Page, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The United States is truly a diverse country, with dozens of ethnicities, races, religions, backgrounds, and of course, political views. These differences set us apart from each other and create the well-known “melting pot” of the world. Each of these factors contribute to the variation in our nation ...

The Unseen Civil Rights Hero

The Unseen Civil Rights Hero

Tyler Davidson, Reporter

April 8, 2019


Filed under Feature Page, Recent Stories, Top Stories

When people think of the Civil Rights Movement, names such as Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. come to mind. While these people had a huge impact on the Civil Rights Movement, another, often forgotten, person had a huge impact as well. His name was Sergeant Isaac Woodard, and his story led to the desegregation of the United States Armed Forces....

Agree to Disagree

Agree to Disagree

Grace Daniel, Reporter

March 20, 2019


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

It’s impossible to read or see anything in today’s society without hearing about all the differing opinions. No matter the topic, people today feel more entitled to their opinions than ever. While it is supposedly acceptable to have an opinion, it’s becoming more difficult to confidently share ...

Hope This Won’t Get Demonetized

Hope This Won’t Get Demonetized

Grace Daniel, Reporter

March 5, 2019


Filed under Feature Page, Recent Stories, Top Stories

YouTube was created in 2005 by Jawed Karim, Steve Chen, and Chad Hurley. What first began as a platform to share videos has become thousands of content creators’ careers. From video games to vlogs and reviews to tutorials, YouTube has something for everyone. It has become more and more popular each ye...

Sir Savage the 21st

Sir Savage the 21st

Alaina Haylock, Reporter

March 1, 2019


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

At the start of February, Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in a “targeted operation” in Atlanta. 21 Savage, born Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was believed to be born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. “I was definitely surprised at first, becau...

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