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Book Review: “The Conference of Birds”

Author Ransom Riggs released the fifth book of

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

May 15, 2020

After over a year of waiting, author Ransom Riggs released his book “The Conference of Birds” on Jan. 14. This is the fifth book in the “Peculiar Children”series, but it is obviously not the last. “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” tells the story of teenager Jacob Portman,...

Help During Hard Times

With things around COVID-19 starting to ramp up since spring break and many of us being quarantined for just as long I, like many of you, have started to become a little restless. That being said, there are many ways that others are striving to help with issues like these as well as other struggles people may have with being stuck at home.

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

May 11, 2020

With COVID-19 ramped up since spring break and many of us being quarantined for just as long I, like many of you, have started to become a little restless. Thinking of the small things I can’t do now, like go out to eat and hang out with friends, and the big things I may not get to do this summer, ...

Got7 Releases Mini Album ‘Dye’

After five months, the seven member K-Pop boy group Got7 released their latest mini album “Dye” on April 20, 2020.

Taylor Nguyen, Guest Reporter

May 6, 2020

After five months, the seven member K-Pop boy group Got7 released their latest mini album “Dye” on April 20, 2020 with a beautiful music video of their title track “Not By The Moon.”  The album, along with their previous one, “Call My Name,” shows a different side of the members in a mo...

Was The Moon Landing Just a Hoax?

Lacie Perry, Reporter

March 4, 2020

On July 16, 1969, a rocket called Apollo 11 was launched from a NASA facility in Florida, with a goal to land the first man on the moon. The landing of Apollo 11 marked an important time in history, and the entire thing was televised. Somehow, in the midst of it all, this led people to believe that the ...

You’re Gonna Need Some Extra Zzz…

Many high school students suffer from sleep deprivation. Whether it be from stress or the downright lack of desire to sleep, depriving yourself of sleep is dangerous, especially at this age. Learning to adopt better sleeping habits is advised.

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

February 20, 2020

Sleep is one of the most important, but, sadly, one of the rarest parts of our day to day schedule. As we get older, the hours we need to sleep decreases, and so does our need for sleep. For many high school students, sleep is the last, and least significant, item on their agendas. But, believe it or not...

Annual-Leaves: An Argument in Favor of Christmas Trees

Graphic by Emily Mahoney

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

February 7, 2020

The holiday season is officially over. Festive twinkling lights are seldom strung along houses, a fun new mutation of influenza is going around, I’m cold and sad; it’s gotta be February! It may seem as though memories of last Christmas are gone forever, in some homes there may yet be a single arbor...

The Hidden Addiction

Coffee cup is pictured in a classroom. There are many addictions in society today. Drugs, alcohol and now one that is quiet, but still relevant; caffeine. According to Medical News Today, heavy use of caffeine can cause nervousness, anxiety, jitteriness, sleep problems, gastrointestinal disturbances, tremors and increased heart rate. So while students struggling to balance their busy lives resort to a caffeinated beverage, they are actually putting themselves at risk of something much worse than low energy or sleepiness.

Kieren Garner, Reporter

February 6, 2020

There are many addictions in society today. Drugs, alcohol and now one that is quiet, but still relevant; caffeine. Caffeine addiction is defined by The Verywell Mind as the excessive and/or harmful use of caffeine over a period of time, which has negative effects on your health, social interactions, or other areas o...

A Reporters Review to ‘A Gentlemen’s Guide’

Senior Evan Vines playing Lord Adalbert right before his characters death in “Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun.

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

January 28, 2020

This year’s musical, "A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder", impressed everyone in attendance, two weekends ago, with its talented cast and genius humor. The play tells the story of Monty Navarro, a somewhat poor man who recently lost his mother, who soon discovers that she was a disowned member of ...

Wash Your Hands, It’s Senioritis Season

Seniors struggle to find the will to make it through their last semester of their high school career. Almost done with all school work, the seniors show up for attendance purposes and to have their last experiences with their peers. “I’m doing the best I can in all aspects, trying to spend time with my family, friends, and make the most of this last year on campus,

Addie Dawson, Reporter

January 24, 2020

The last semester of any year is exciting for students and the anticipation of summertime can be felt in the hallways, especially for the 516 seniors who are set to graduate in less than five months. No matter where a student is in their process of decision-making for the future, the inevitable burd...

Outer Space Inhabitants

Lacie Perry, Reporter

January 21, 2020

Green flashing lights, spinning, flying saucers, all sci-fi indications of extraterrestrial life. But does it exist? Even if it may not be a green entity with an oblong head and big bulging eyes, there could be some kind of intelligent or microbial organisms living in space. While there are very few...

Little Women Movie Review

Based on the classic tale by Louisa May Alcott,

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

January 15, 2020

A classic tale demonstrating the importance of family and determination, “Little Women” was first published in 1868 and the book’s popularity was spread through the production of movies and tv-shows, and the publication of multiple sequels by author Louisa May Alcott. Now, more than 150 years later,...

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