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Egg Nog

December 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Aliyah Verness, Feature Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Eggnog is commonly referred to as “the” holiday drink, but I think it doesn’t make sense. Eggs don’t belong in drinks, and yes, I have tried it several times and just wasn’t impressed. Plus, the eggs are uncooked; thus, it can possibly make you sick. Since I get sick enough as it is, I’m...

Winter Clothing

Winter Clothing

December 15, 2017


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Winter is a time of joy, holidays, snow, and of course, complaining about the cold. Sure you want to dress to impress when you show up to school every morning. But when the temperature drops the shirt sleeve and pant legs should get longer along with it. For instance, a dress with a cute pair of flats...

Stress Hits Staff

November 17, 2017


Filed under Issue 3, Opinion

Whether it is applying for college, thinking about what you want to do when you get done with school, tests, college classes, writing essays, presentations, extracurricular activities, jobs, family things or friend things, stress is never going away. As teenagers we think we can do it all. Some have...

Off the Shelf: Turtles all the Way Down

Off the Shelf: Turtles all the Way Down

Kylie Brown, Managing Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Issue 3, Opinion

Aza Holmes is a 16 year old girl who suffers from anxiety and has obsessive compulsive disorder.  She and her friend decide to hunt down Russell Pickett, a billionaire that police have offered a hundred thousand dollar reward. Holmes didn’t want to find information about him but her friend, Daisy,...

“Riverdale” Releases New Season

“Riverdale” Releases New Season

Nayeli Preciado, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Issue 3, Opinion

Sardonic humor is just my way of relating to the world.” This is one of Jughead Jones’ sardonic (grim mocking or cynical) lines in the show “Riverdale”. I think it’s important for new watcher to understand beforehand that Jones’ character is based a lot on his jokes and his sarcasm is not...

Kylie Brown, Managing Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

You have either heard this story or you have been in the situation yourself. Finishing a paper the night before or an hour before it is due when you had many weeks to complete it. High schoolers and procrastination have gone hand and hand for plenty of years. According to Newswire, 87 percent of students...

Greta Hagen, Artist

November 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Procrastination is often seen as a negative thing that only lazy people do. Yet just about everyone does it. At some point or another even you have procrastinated. It’s not all bad, sometimes it’s even a way to put your full effort into work. Even I, as I am writing this article, have procrastinated...

Face to Face: Students Weigh in on Pumpkin Spice

Haley DeSart, Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Issue 2, Opinion

It’s fall and that means three things: back to school, UGG boots (or whatever else is in fashion this year) and pumpkin spice. The very bane of my existence because not only does it contain no pumpkin at all, it excites the masses into a malt dextrin infused coffee craze for months on end until the...

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