2017 Parent’s Day

By Cady Inabinett
Despite the freezing cold rain and the just generally gloomy weather, this past Friday’s Parent’s Day was a huge success. Parents from all over the state braved the inclimate weather, including snow in some parts of the state, to meet their child’s teachers and see what exactly goes

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Totally Injustice League

By Ben Cogar

I am terribly sorry to the people who live by this new slew of D.C. movies, but let’s get real for a second. The new Justice League movie did a incredible injustice to this new movie series. The lackluster acting matched with poor plot development made for a

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What is Competitive Debate Really Like?

By Jalexis Edwards
Lint rolling, heels clacking, and aggressive scratching are just some of the things I saw today. I was in a room full of people, as Beata Cassidy put it, “debating about debating.” This was my first ever debate tournament, and I definitely did not know how to react

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Five Movies to Put You in The Christmas Spirit

By Ben Cogar
If you are not already in the Christmas spirit, watching even ten minutes of some of these movies will definitely have you singing jingle bells and dreaming of presents all day. Movies are a great source of entertainment and emotional connections with people, and Christmas makes movies even

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Winter Formal: A Beginner’s Guide

By Sophie Sebastiani
As Winter Formal quickly approaches, the amount of frenzy and stress that often accompany the event increase enormously. This article is your go-to source on how to handle the preparations for Winter Formal without breaking out in hives every time you think of those two words.
Tip #1: Don’t

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