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Introverts and Extroverts

Jose Torres, Introverted Writer

December 16, 2019

There once was a young male named Gerald. Gerald went to high school just like any other normal kid would around his age. He was also very outgoing and and was able to strike up a conversation with another student whenever he wan...

Born Different

Samantha Blosser, writer

December 16, 2019

We are all born different. We have most of the same features but what those features look like can vary in size, color, and formation. A 14 year old, named Valerie, from West Africa underwent a life-changing surgery on board ...

The Conflict of Generations

Jose Torres, Gen-Z Writer

December 16, 2019

Generations: a group of people born around the same time and raised around the same place. People in this said group exhibit similar characteristics, preferences, and values over their lifetime; indeed, it’s because they exp...

Sleeping On Our Sleep Schedules

Cathryn Holt, Writer

November 18, 2019

In 2016 Seattle Public Schools announced that it would reorganize school start times across the district for the fall. This massive undertaking took more than a year to deploy. Eighteen high schools changed their beginning bell an...

Some Thoughts Concerning College

Jose Torres, Biased Writer

November 18, 2019

The pursuit of higher education has been questionable over the past few years. What once held as a sign of prestige is now just another piece of paper that might make a resume look better. Of course—and I’m generalizing when I say this—I'm talki...

What were you doing at 16?

Jose Torres, Melancholic Writer

October 17, 2019

Often times, we stumble upon questions that no matter who answers it, we feel as if that’s not the right answer. Questions such as what is the meaning of life, does God exist, what is justice, or if it’s really okay to pos...

The Purpose of Journalism

Jose Torres, Amateur Writer

October 11, 2019

Journalism, at its core, is — and always should be — the means of providing truth to the mass. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. At a certain time period, however, the usage of not only the word, but the purpose has steadily be...

How Video Games are Effecting the Youth

Cathryn Holt, Writer

September 30, 2019

According to the Smithsonian Magazine in the summer of 2018 a British law firm got 4,665 couples petitioned for divorce. Two hundred of those couples made petitions because one of them was addicted to video games. That's a total ...

Nothing is either good or bad, but thinking makes it so

Jose Torres, Struggling Writer

September 30, 2019

April 20, 1889 is when a certain someone entered this world. He was considered a bright child, although his father didn’t approve  of his son’s interest in fine art as a career. After being rejected from the Academy of Fi...

Zodiac Signs Are More Deep Than We Thought

Cathryn Holt, Writer

September 17, 2019

Zodiac's have been around since Mesopotamian times. They have fascinated humans for years and their complexity has been perplexing for thousands of years, but now people usually see them as a joke.  Personally I think zodiacs are fascinating. ...

Road to Victory or Failure

Samantha Blosser, writer

September 13, 2019

  The Prairie Grove Volleyball team started their season last week, the 26th of August. Their first opponent was the Lincoln Wolves. It was an easy start with me serving an ace. We did have a few challenges keeping the ball up and in play when Lincoln was serving but in the end we did win the first set of the season; 25-20.  The first six points of the second set were a little rough because the Tigers communication was o...

A world without internet

Jose Torres, Still inexperienced writer

September 12, 2019

I’ll keep it one hundred with you: I can’t accurately imagine the world without internet. At this point, the internet is deeply rooted into our daily lives that we would actually lose jobs, lose a substantial amount of mo...

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