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Mills-Craig: books, reading should retain their status as the crucial part of society

Maddie Mills-Craig, Staff Member

September 25, 2017

Filed under Opinion

If I could be free of responsibilities, then I could retreat and read 24/7. When I was child, I loved to read books. I would devour them in a single day, collect stories like how one would collect money. I was the type of rea...

Mitchell: new security measure seems pointless, remains temporary

Seth Mitchell, Reporter

August 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion

“The 30-30 Rule: No students in the hallway the first 30 minutes or last 30 minutes of the block.” You see it everywhere, officiated upon the walls of classrooms and hallways in laminated sleeves, so you know it’s official (FY...

All About Abram: NBA Finals Preview

Alex Abram, Reporter

May 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Recently Added

As the NBA finals get closer and closer the debate over who is going to play in the final  game has narrowed down to just four teams. The  east and western conference finals have begun. In the east there is the Cleveland Cav...

Camaya’s Cloud: Dealing with stress and anxiety

Camaya Fletcher, Reporter

May 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Recently Added

We all have felt the familiar feeling of anxiety or stress creep up into our lives when we’ve least expected it to. There are many ways to become overwhelmed in our fast paced lives, especially with the school year coming to ...

Keelen’s Korner High School Basketball (1/25/16)

Keelen Barlow, Reporter

January 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Recently Added

The start of this year's IHSAA boys’ basketball was an exciting time for me. After a long summer, I was ready for the hype of the annual winter circuit. This season has featured surprises so far, and that is sure to hold up the...

Just Jared: College Basketball (1/25/16)

Jared Rigdon, Reporter

January 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

After a year in which College Basketball was dominated by the usual big dogs including Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Duke, a new age of College Basketball hit the hardwood this year. Before Kentucky got run off the floor against a...

How Europe Sees America and Vice Versa

Sara Muina, Photographer

October 30, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The perfect place in the world. That’s what you think when you hear America: Big cities, fat people, technology everywhere, the best and coolest high schools, intelligence… that’s all Hollywood movies show. When Europeans as ...

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