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Movie anniversaries that make you feel old

Movie anniversaries that make you feel old

Jada Jointer, Reporter

April 24, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Web Only

Movies can embellish the feeling of being a child, the thrill of fear, and the anticipation of life to come, but sometimes movies can make you feel really old.   Movies that came out 10 years ago: Up Up is the cinematic movie of an old man tying thousands of balloons to his house to go to Paradise Falls, until a young wilderness explorer joins him on...

Reality behind stereotypes and struggles of homeless people

Reality behind stereotypes and struggles of homeless people

Breanna McKinney and Savanah Adams

April 24, 2019


Filed under Feature

As the sun disappears behind the horizon and pulls the vibrancy in the evening sky away, darkness settles over the streets and the streetlights flicker to life. She watched the day fade away through the windows and now her shift comes to a close. Rushing into the bathroom, she slips out of her unifor...

Students of the week – 4/15/19

Students of the week – 4/15/19

Jasmin Lykke, Co-Online Editor

April 15, 2019


Filed under Around the school, Feature, News, Showcase, Students of the Week, Web Only

The Register online has started a new series of “Students of the Week,” where teachers nominate students who deserve recognition for doing an excellent job. The following students who have been chosen for the week of  4/15/19 through 4/21/19. We will update the series every Monday. 9th Natalia ...

“Old Town Road,” and a new (old) kind of bipartisanship

“Old Town Road,” and a new (old) kind of bipartisanship

Alex Eastman, Reporter

April 11, 2019


Filed under Feature, News, Showcase, State/Nation/World, Web Only

Recently Lil Nas X’s country-trap smash “Old Town Road” has been the subject of much curiosity. Its country themes and lyrics set to a banjo twang and a trap beat make it hard to put the song in a conventional box. So hard, in fact, that Billboard removed it from their Hot Country Songs list, w...

WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? Album Review

WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? Album Review

Ryan Miller, Reporter

April 10, 2019


Filed under Feature, Opinion, Web Only

Background: Billie Eilish's "WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?" is her debut studio album. It was released on March 29, 2019.   bad guy - The fusion of the snapping fingers, Eilish’s soft voice, the use of the electric sounds, and the bass dropping towards the end makes for a delig...

Chitchat with Bailey Antrim

Chitchat with Bailey Antrim

Melany Dominguez, Managing Editor

April 10, 2019


Filed under Chitchat, Feature, Showcase, Web Only

This week we are featuring Bailey Antrim, asking him questions about him that people may not know the answer to.

Students of the week – 4/8/19

Students of the week – 4/8/19

Jasmin Lykke, Co-Online Editor

April 8, 2019


Filed under Around the school, Feature, News, Showcase, Students of the Week, Web Only

The Register online has started a new series of “Students of the Week,” where teachers nominate students who deserve recognition for doing an excellent job. The following students who have been chosen for the week of  4/8/19 through 4/14/19. We will update the series every Monday. 9th Ron Lear...

Teacher feature: Archer Bunner

Teacher feature: Archer Bunner

Breanna McKinney, Copy Editor

April 3, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Web Only

Archer Bunner was the teacher of the year this year and teaches the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) class, math inclusion classes for Algebra 1, and helps students in the alternative program, but she does much more than just teach. She also goes to prisons to lead AVP workshops, leads the AVP...

Students of the week – 4/1/19

Students of the week – 4/1/19

Jasmin Lykke, Co-Online Editor

April 2, 2019


Filed under Around the school, News, Showcase, Students of the Week, Web Only

The Register online has started a new series of “Students of the Week,” where teachers nominate students from every grade who deserve recognition for doing an excellent job. These are the following students who have been chosen for the week of  4/1/19 through 4/7/19. We will update the series every...

Students selling their clothing/Instagram closets

Students selling their clothing/Instagram closets

Amariah Smith, Reporter

April 1, 2019


Filed under Around the school, Feature, Web Only

Sitting on her phone scrolling through instagram is Alexis. She stops and finds a cute top from American Eagle and it’s only five dollars. Alexis is very inspired by this account and wants to try something new. Alexis has been selling clothes ever since and has enjoyed every part of it. Her clo...

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