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Romeo and Juliet

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How stress has changed over time

Breanna McKinney, Reporter

November 9, 2016

Filed under Feature

As teenagers, we focus on stress a lot, but have we ever thought about what teachers went through as teenagers?                                                        “At the time, I thought i...

Freshman creates cash with color

Courtnie Auxier, reporter

November 9, 2016

Filed under Feature, People

  “Tie dyes get your tie dyes here!” Three years ago these words were being screamed down the streets of Chicago when freshman Scout Wampler kicked off his tie dye business. “I didn’t imagine it would be anything...

Another take…

Jacob Church

May 19, 2016

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Student preferences vary between glasses and contacts

Gricelda Cruz, reporter

May 19, 2016

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For some it can be an agonizing choice choosing between contacts or glasses. Whether it be how it looks or how comfortable they can be. “I don’t like how I look with glasses,” sophomore Jessica Vargas said. Wearing contacts ...

Coming soon to your local theater…

Bri Gardner, Business Manager

May 19, 2016

Filed under Feature

Below is a list of movies coming out after May 20, 2016 until the end of the year. These movies were voted most popular according to fandango.com. Some movies are only playing in select theaters. Neighbors 2- May 20, The Nice Guys- May 2...

Student sleep habits take a light and dark side

Erika Santiago, reporter

May 19, 2016

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It’s six in the morning and the alarm starts ringing. Just five more minutes is the only thing students want. Being an “early bird” isn’t something fun to be but it’s very necessary in order to get to school on time....

Dangerous effects alcohol has on teen brains

Jessica Crane, Editor in chief

May 19, 2016

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Josh always wanted to try some. His dad did it when he was Josh’s age, so why couldn’t he? Josh was ecstatic when he heard about the party after the big game last month. He went, and drank until he saw stars. He’s done this multiple tim...

Sex for dummies: correcting the distorted view of sex

Jessica Mohler, reporter

May 19, 2016

Filed under Feature

Misconceptions about sex have been around since the beginning of time. Whether crazy ideas were spread to try to prevent sex or simply by people who really just didn’t understand, everyone needs basic knowledge about sex to ...

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