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Cartoon Conspiracy

Larisha Crawford, Writer

April 19, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Conspiracy theories have become more and more popular as people's curiosity and desire for “logical answers” have increased. There are tons of conspiracy theories today that can explain almost anything. Popular ones such as ...

Pixar Theory

Ethan Scates, Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Like many people my age, Pixar films were a huge part of my childhood. In the 90’s, Pixar Animation Studios began to create children’s movies that became instant classics. For example, some of the earlier movies include T...

Justice League Review

Kaitlyn Shepard, Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion

   This spring break I decided to catch up on some movies that had come out a while back, but I was too broke to go and watch them in theaters. One of these was the DC comic “Justice League”.  I usually love any movies tha...

Nonhuman?

Larisha Crawford, Writer

April 3, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Aliens, mythical creatures, ghosts, that creepy thing you swear only appears when you turn your lights out, the reason why you run into your house after taking the trash out at night- all things people have experienced. There ...

Victoria and Abdul

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

March 16, 2018

Filed under A&E, Opinion

Last night, while my siblings were filing their taxes, I watched Victoria and Abdul. My sister-in-law redboxed it, and she was really pumped about it. This movie was a sweet one. It’s about the unexpected (and real) friendship between Queen Victoria of England and a lowly s...

2018 Oscars Highlights

Ethan Scates, Writer

March 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Last Sunday night, the 90th Academy Awards aired on ABC. Movie stars, directors, and producers from all walks of life packed into the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to watch their Hollywood peers win awards, and some of them br...

Cop resuscitates a 3 week year old baby

Mary Storlie, Writer

March 15, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

In today’s world there is so much violence in everyday life. It is no longer just between adults. Now the violence includes children. It is awful that the world has become so bad that people hurt children who have done nothing ...

When is Enough Enough

Samantha Dugas, Writer

February 22, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

In just five years, 2013-2018, there have been approximately 300 school shootings. That 300 number includes both fatal and non-fatal incidents, but why are Americans so hesitant about restriction of guns or changing laws regard...

Man Abducted and Burned in Car

Leah Blanchard, writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Early in the morning in Philadelphia, a man was bound, drenched in gasoline and then set on fire by a vicious three attackers.   Philadelphia Police claim that the man, 34, was kidnapped while leaving his job helping ch...

Donald Trump and the War on Drugs

Ethan Scates, Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Current President Donald J. Trump was elected back in 2016 on one major campaign promise: a wall needs to be built to separate the border between Mexico and the United States. As of today (this article being published on Febr...

Throwbacks of the Cinema

Ethan Scates, Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Since the late 1920’s cinema has really taken off as something that has dominated the public interest. With each new couple of weeks comes a new movie, a new creation. As years have gone on, genres, technology, prices, and product...

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