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Fired Up!

Zoey Young, Editor-in-Chief | September 5, 2020

  With accounts of Floridians who wrestle with alligators, wield strange weapons in the form of kitchen appliances, and being accused of harboring extreme amounts of sketchy substances, it is no...

A few bad apples ruin the (Fruits) Basket

Tohru, Yuki, Kyo, Shigure, and Haru are main characters of “Fruits Basket”. The main setting of the story is featured.
Bethany Barker, Staff Reporter | August 25, 2020

When done right, love triangles are a tug-of-war of the heart. The exploration of two relationships is an ambitious feat, but unfortunately when the members of the triangle are less interesting than the...

Folklore is the 1

Taylor Swift's eighth album Folklore was released July 24 and sold over one million copies in just twenty four hours.
Charlotte Mansur, Online Editor | August 2, 2020

Taylor Swift has turned this “Cruel Summer” into one that has fans ready to “Begin Again.”  On July 23 she announced her surprise eighth album “Folklore,” and it is one of her best works yet....

New 1975 album hits all the right Notes

Laura Shaw | May 28, 2020

Coming two years after their last release, the 22 track album was long anticipated by fans. The album’s original release date on Feb. 21  was continuously pushed back until its drop on May 22. The...

“The Call of the Wild” calling to be watched

Harrison Ford in the universal
Alexis Madlang, Staff Reporter | May 27, 2020

Based on Jack London's 1903 novel The Call of the Wild, The Call of the Wild recreates the adventures of a dog that is spoiled and endures suffering to man, up until he finds his place in the wild. The...

Netflix Original “The Half of It”: A half-hearted attempt at queer romance

Netflix Original
Zoey Young, Print Editor | May 12, 2020

  Love has always been a source of great fascination, with its many complexities and meanings. Different interpretations create fiery debate and ignited wars over love of religion, country, freedoms,...

“Little Fires Everywhere” ignites discussion

Lukas Goodwin, Lifestyles Editor | May 11, 2020

Opening up in the aftermath of a house fire, a family murmurs speculations about who started it in Hulu’s drama miniseries, “Little Fires Everywhere.” The camera then cuts to the face of a mortified...

Never have I ever… been more intrigued

Never have I ever... been more intrigued
Chanson Cadet, Staff Reporter | May 10, 2020

In never have I ever, a notorious party game, each participant holds up five fingers and puts them down if they relate to a phrase that the speaker claims to have “never done”. Although lots of Netflix...

Stream new Netflix original “Extraction” or skip it?

Stream new Netflix original
Sophie Woodburn, Staff Reporter | May 8, 2020

With the hope of going to a movie theater in the near future dim, we are missing out on so much: delicious popcorn that costs an arm and a leg, sticky floors and seats, and even the glow of phone screens...

Cooking in Corona

Marshmallow fluff is a fun and easy thing to make during quarantine,
Charlotte Mansur, Online Editor | April 30, 2020

With businesses and schools being closed due to the coronavirus, many of us find ourselves stuck at home with nothing to do. Some may flock to game consoles or bookshelves to help pass the time, but more...

Cow print: the next moove in the fashion industry

Scan this QR code to see a Pinterest board with inspiration on how to style cow print.
Chanson Cadet, Staff Reporter | April 26, 2020

After a three-course meal at Olive Garden of unlimited soup, a bowl of Chicken Alfredo, and a slice of chocolate cake the size of your face, your date seems to be in shock. Well, they were shocked after...

Cards Against Family

People can download
Leah Luedeman, Staff Reporter | April 17, 2020

“Moms love ‘Pizza’” or “Moms love ‘Being super serious right now?’”  Which response is the better round-winning choice? Your pick might not change the world, but it might determine...

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