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Recent diet trends are seemingly unhealthy

Recent diet trends are seemingly unhealthy

Bess Tiller, Reporter

December 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Not wanting to eat red meat, understandable. No animal products, considerate. Nuts instead of fish for a source of protein, why not? What happened to the days of a balanced healthy diet? Many are shying away from the five main food groups and turning towards five types of juices. Personally I am skeptical...

Why Steve Harrington is the best character on Stranger Things

Sierra Webb, Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Opinion

The hit show Stranger Things released last year and took over social media by storm. Instantly, Stranger Things was popping up on every social media website, news headline, and every late night talk show. So when season two of Stranger Things released on Netflix a couple of months ago, the internet was...

It’s called Boy Scouts for a reason

Will Amos, Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Recently there have been steps taken by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) allowing girls into their program Cub Scouts. Cub Scouts is like Boy Scouts, but for elementary school kids and is more parent led to prepare kids for the tougher and more scout led experiences that they’ll go through later...

VSCO is the go-to place for risky pictures

Emma Charles, Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Opinion

If someone posts a picture, they’re looking for attention. That’s a fact that can’t be disputed, otherwise people would just keep their photos to themselves. There are a lot of different motives for posting up: You took a cute selfie you just had to show off, you had a wild night with the boys,...

Editorial on bullying journalism reporters

November 28, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Reporters have the right to their opinion, readers have the right to give their feedback, but no one has the right to bully. Harassing reporters for their articles has become extremely popular but people don’t understand the ramifications of the bullying, while also not understanding the real meaning...

The best black friday deals and where to find them

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

November 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Frantic people pushing and shoving each other, a mom screaming at her crying kid, store clerks with sweaty faces and pained eyes, all in a line that stretches for three blocks; can you imagine any better way to kick off the holiday season other than Black Friday shopping? On Nov 24, 2017, stores across...

Cheerleaders need cheering too

Cheerleaders need cheering too

Sarah Borton, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Crisp, autumn Friday nights under the lights.  The fans, the team, the staff, and the cheerleaders.  An image just popped into your head, didn’t it?  If one of them were missing, it doesn’t seem in place.  For example, the cheerleaders, if they weren’t there, who would the audience watch in-between...

Too early for Christmas?

Too early for Christmas?

Maggie Parks, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Halloween 2017 has finally passed. All of the planning of parties and costumes is over and now we’re on to the next holiday: Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is commonly overlooked by anxious teens who wish to jump straight from Oct. 31 to Dec. 25. Our parents tell us we have to celebrate gratitude before...

Bring back ugly Joe

Max Herbkersman, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under Opinion

For any Ravens fans who are down in the dumps lately, you’re not alone. The Ravens have been quite lackluster this season. Our pass offense ranks second to last, and with a record of 5-5 we aren’t the same team from years past. However, I think I’ve found the solution to the Ravens problems....

Republicans are destined for defeat

Spencer Stout, Reporter

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Despite the total lack of candidates that were both qualified and charismatic, the 2016 election was a disaster for both Democrats and Republicans. The Democratic Political Machine and its millions of dollars and countless celebrity endorsements was completely embarrassed by the Republican Party, even...

Before I came out, I used to play football

Before I came out, I used to play football

Michael Purdie, Editor-in-chef

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Yes, you read that correctly. I, Michael Purdie, your average gay, used to play the masculine sport of football. But I didn’t just play football for a matter of days or weeks, I played for four years. I even played on the JV team my freshmen year. Why did I stop? For starters, I have the body...

TV shows leave viewers sad when over

Will Amos, Reporter

November 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion

First off, I am going to say that if you are or plan on watching the show Dexter than don’t read this. There are spoilers. Do you ever get that feeling of sadness when you finish a really good TV show– the feeling that the show is over and there is nothing else after that? God, I hate that fee...

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