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“Sad” songs are taking over the music industry

“Sad” songs are taking over the music industry

Katie Blair, In Focus Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

These days it has become increasingly popular for teenagers to listen to what most consider to be ‘sad music,’ which refers to music by artists such as XXXTENTACION, Juice WRLD, Billie Eilish, Lil Peep, and more. Although not all of their music is dark, some of their most popular songs are written...

Give me your presence, not presents

Emma Charles, Reporter

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

The holidays are right around the corner, and if you’re anything like me, you’ve already started binge watching Christmas movies. Have you ever seen “Love Actually”? If you haven’t, you should; it’s a quality film. If you have, then you know one of the central themes is telling people how...

Mad Lib: New year, same hatred

Libby May, Editor-In-Chief

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Christmas is a time for eating too many festive cookies, seeing that crazy aunt or uncle of yours, and watching Will Ferrell dress his spaghetti with maple syrup. It’s a time for driving around neighborhoods, while blasting “All I Want for Christmas is You,” to admire the Christmas fanatics’...

Pay attention to the validity of news sources

Pay attention to the validity of news sources

Olivia Holbrook, Reporter

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

A couple of weeks ago, in Human Geography, teacher Peter Imhoff, asked the class where they got their news. A few students said FOX and some said sources like The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. Other people mentioned more obscure sources and even conspiracy theory sites such as Infowars....

Our View: New Years Resolutions set us up for failure

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

After the ball drops and you share your New Year’s kiss, it’s the perfect time to scream out your resolution that will maybe last a whole day—if you’re lucky. Every year, resolutions seem to include losing weight, finding love, and saving money. But are high schoolers really even committed to...

A Christmas Movie Sleigh-Out- Positive

Molly Szymanski, Opinion Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

You wake up on December 1st, and you’re woken up by “All I Want for Christmas is You” by Mariah Carey blasting on the radio. That’s right, it’s the holiday season. If you hadn’t already started watching “A Year Without a Santa Claus” or “Frosty the Snowman” the day after Halloween—...

A Christmas Movie Sleigh-Out- Negative

Joe Inglisa, Business Manager & Illustrator

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Christmastime is here once again, so it’s time to commit hours to decorating your house with lights that end up not even working, spending too much money on people you probably don’t like, and overall ignoring the tragedies that are happening around the world during this “joyful” season. But...

Joe Flacco deserves the starting job over Lamar Jackson

Joe Flacco deserves the starting job over Lamar Jackson

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Sports

The fast-paced offense that has cloaked Baltimore in a frenzy of Lamar Jackson hysteria has no doubt been a thrill to Ravens’ fans of all types. Jackson has mastered the style of a backyard quarterback who can create from virtually nothing, with an escape ability that few quarterbacks have ever possessed....

Why the soccer fever has earned your captivation

Why the soccer fever has earned your captivation

Will Amos, Online Editor

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Sports

Soccer is the sport of the world, but when you come to the United States, soccer falls short compared to football or baseball. Many people say soccer is just full of actors who overdramatize every foul, but there’s much more to the game. Soccer is one of the easiest sports to learn but one of the...

Rewearing clothes isn’t a sin

Maggy McGuigan, Reporter

February 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinion

A month ago, if someone told me to wear the same things to school for a week, I would have called them crazy. For absolutely no reason at all, I wouldn’t let myself wear any piece of clothing that I had worn the week before. I thought it was a necessity to buy a new outfit for every upcoming event. For...

Sporting comfortable fall fashion should not be shameful

Sporting comfortable fall fashion should not be shameful

Molly Szymanski, Opinion Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It’s finally fall here, and after an abnormally hot September, the forecast calls for a frigid October and November in stark contrast. When you wake up and it’s 40 degrees outside, what girl has the energy to get up and squeeze into a skirt every day? When there’s frost on the window, it’s only...

The Internet reaches a new level of strange

Emma Charles, Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

With the colder months rolling around we’re all going to be spending more time cozying up on the couch, probably on our phones, let’s be honest; we’re all addicted. The more time I spend on social media and the internet, the more terrifying and strange I realize it is. Who knew people got enjoyment...

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