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Too Much Is Never Enough

Too Much Is Never Enough

Ashley McGee, Editor-In-Chief

November 7, 2011

by Ashley McGee | It’s no secret to anyone that knows me that I want to save the world. I’ve been vegetarian since the eighth grade, volunteer at a thrift store in my free time and plan to work for a number of non-profit organizations after graduating college. Throw in three advanced classes,...

The Times They Are A-Changin’

The Times They Are A-Changin’

Amanda Fisher, Opinion Editor

November 1, 2011

by Amanda Fisher | “Mommy, mommy! Let me see!” I shrieked, begging to see my reflection. It was Halloween night and I was Winnie the Pooh. My mom had just finished putting black eyeliner on my nose to add the final touch to my costume. I was so excited to take my empty pillow case and embark on...

“Whatever You Do, Don’t Fall Asleep.”

Chris Mohr, Features Editor

October 31, 2011

by Chris Mohr | “It’s Halloween, everyone’s entitled to one good scare,” (John Carpenter’s Halloween, 1978). The 21st century has brought out the worst in the horror film industry. Whether it is Rob Zombie’s horrific (no pun intended) remake of Halloween or Twisted Pictures’ gorified...

“What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?”

“What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?”

Shelby Curtis, Business Manager

October 21, 2011

by Shelby Curtis | You often hear the phrase, “What’s the point?” That’s because “the point” is the reason for everything. So this Halloween when you go to Blockbuster to look for a scary movie to watch, unless you’d rather trick-or-treat, you’re probably going to get something that...

Staff Editorial- 9/11 as a Holiday?

October 19, 2011

September 11, 2001. 9:59 am. The South Tower of the World Trade Center collapses less than one hour after a hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 crashes into the façade. 10:28 am, 29 minutes later, the North World Trade Center collapses after a hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 crashes into the façade....

In Life and Tie-Dye

In Life and Tie-Dye

Ashley McGee, Editor-In-Chief

October 4, 2011

by Ashley McGee | Sitting among a mountain of plain white t-shirts and bottles of dye, the first drop of rain hit me like a slap in the face. After a week of gathering friends, figuring costs and working out the details, our plans to tie dye seemed to have become a lost cause. However, never having...

Um, Where’s the Salt?

Um, Where’s the Salt?

MacKenzie Sackett, Online News Manager

October 3, 2011

by MacKenzie Sackett | It’s the first day back to school, and it’s lunchtime. I grab the same lunch that I grab every Thursday and I make my way to the condiments table. To my surprise I see that there is no salt, just pepper sitting there by its lonesome. I figured maybe the school was out of...

Ice Cream Restaurant Review

Ice Cream Restaurant Review

Annie Ruckman, News Editor

September 27, 2011

Glacé- "When I decided to commute the long trip just past the Plaza to Glacé, I wasn’t sure what to expect. However, it was a pleasant surprise, my experience was well worth the drive. I ordered the salted pretzel and classic strawberry ice cream; the small size includes two flavors instead of just ...

Please Do Not Pass The Salt

Please Do Not Pass The Salt

Nathan Hunt, Reporter

September 26, 2011

by Nathan Hunt | Salt: the infamous, artery clogging, white-grained minerals that are more formally known as Sodium Chloride. However, this year, our cafeteria and many across the United States, no longer have the tiny shakers lounging about for use after you pick up your already not-so-healthy school...

Is This Plain White T-Shirt Okay For School?

Is This Plain White T-Shirt Okay For School?

Amanda Fisher, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2011

by Amanda Fisher | As I sat down with my best friend beside me in yet another awkward first day of school class, we sighed, looking around at the faces of the people we’ll be with for the next 9 months. My best friend laughed at one of those tacky, elementary, posters on the wall. I’m sure you’ve...

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