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Kingdom Hearts Story So Far Prt. 7

Cathryn Holt, Writer

March 22, 2020

We last left off with Mickey meeting with Yin Sid and saying Xehanort is coming back and how they only have one Keyblade master. Mickey suggests they let Sora and Riku become Keyblade Masters. He says yes. This leads to Kingdom...

Kingdoms Hearts Story So Far prt. 6

Cathryn Holt, Writer

March 22, 2020

We left of from the last game with Aqua seeing Xehanort possessing Terra, making Terra-Xehanort (or Terranort for short). Xehanort found out he could possess the darkness in someone's heart. Aqua fights and defeats him, but he ...

Kingdoms Hearts Story So Far prt. 5

Cathryn Holt, Writer

March 22, 2020

Last time we left Destiny Island where Kairi and Naminé meet. Naminé tells Kairi that she is her heartless. Everything ties into when Sora released Kairi's heart. She is a princess of heart so she has no darkness in it, so s...

Kingdoms Hearts Story So Far prt. 4

Cathryn Holt, Writer

March 22, 2020

We've finally reached kingdom Hearts II. It starts with playing as Roxas, who is in the simulation of Twilight Town. He has also lost his memories. He is just living a normal life until Axel shows up and tells him that he's stuc...

Kingdoms Hearts Story So Far prt. 1

Cathryn Holt, Writer

March 22, 2020

Last week I wrote about the 3rd Kingdom Hearts game, but I figured it was best if I explained the entire story of the franchise. Just a disclaimer, this story has some stuff you have to live with. 1) Hearts are not real hearts. ...

Some Thoughts Concerning Pandemics

Jose Torres, Human Being

March 20, 2020

Now is a good time to talk about pandemics considering the state of the world. Countries like Spain and Italy are on lockdown to further prevent the spread of Covid-19; countries like Canada, Australia, and Germany are also closing th...

Tattoos: Good or Bad?

Samantha Blosser, writer

March 19, 2020

Ink blot. Beautiful body art. Naked girl on the shoulder. Tattoo. Whatever you call it, it is permanent. Getting a tattoo is a big thing nowadays. A lot of my friends, including I, went and got a tattoo as soon as they turned...

How the Corona Virus is Ruining Seniors Lives

Amanda Guthrie, Writer

March 19, 2020

As many of you have already heard, the coronavirus is becoming a big pain in the butt. Many schools are closing and switching to online. Stores and businesses are altering their hours and services. Concerts have been cancelled...

Sleep well enough, or die

Jose Torres, Avid Sleeper

February 29, 2020

Did you know that you sleep for ⅓ of your life? At least that’s how much you’re supposed to. Doctors and sleep experts have recommended sleeping between 7 to 9 hours, though the amount varies in different age groups. It is ...

The Power of Book Giving

Jose Torres, Avid Reader

February 29, 2020

Books can change the world. I believe they have the potential to end wars, cure diseases, improve the economy, and give people the education they never thought they would have. But books aren’t unlimited— they require mater...

The History Of Republicans

Jose Torres, (Un)official Historian

February 28, 2020

The Republican Party, also known as GOP (Grand Old Party), is one of two major political parties. It was created in 1854 as an alliance opposing the continuation of slavery into Western territories; they fought to protect the righ...

Marshawn Lynch on “ta[king] care of y’all chicken”

Jose Torres, Chicken Caretaker

February 28, 2020

Marshawn Lynch, American football running back for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL), played what could be the final game of his career. During the postgame press conference, after the Seahawks’ season-en...

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