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Don’t make a mistake, it might be fake!

Michael Reichert, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

With social media expanding and growing rapidly, it has allowed for the media to pick up on numerous different headlines and leads, allowing for fake information to easily slip out and be reported as real news.   Fake news is the deliberate publishing of hoaxes, propaganda and ...

Broken hearts of high school

Joel Whitson, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Social

It is very rare for high school couples to get married in the end. In fact, only two percent of high school relationships in North America last according to the Huffington Post. When a couple is holding hands as they happily w...

AP: AccuratePortrayal of Ability

Alexa Wallace, Managing Editor

December 16, 2016

Filed under Education, Opinion

With the ridiculous abundance of standardized testing we take throughout high school it can become hard to determine which is the most important, or most accurately reflects your capabilities. I have endured the SAT and ACT an...

Theater Trouble

Tyriq Clipper, Contributing Writer

December 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Social

News has gone around the school about the potential of the school theater being extended into the parking lot. The reason for the location is because if they were to move it into anywhere else it would completely eliminate buil...

Do national elections trump local election?

Joel Whitson, Contributing Writer

November 3, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Political

The Fall of 2016 has been focused on politics, especially the national election with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton racing each other. Aren’t the local elections important too? It seems as if the local elections have been...

Staff Editorial: Free to be represented

October 6, 2016

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Freedom of speech has long been held as the token of the American people. We reference it, use it and even reverse for the power and protection that it offers. Despite our avid love for it, that love can sometimes put us in a bit of a paradoxical situation. The thing is, ...

National pride has not died

Tristan Corcoran and Sean Levin, Staff Writer and Contributing Writer

October 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion

2016 has been a year of patriotic controversy for the world of athletics. American gymnast Gabby Douglas and San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick have been attacked on social media for being “disrespectful” and “unpatriotic”, which begs the question: is patriotism in the U.S. in decline?  The t...

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