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Failures of Tiger King
As COVID-19 shuts everyone in and puts the world on pause, Tiger King is taking the world by storm. The documentary is filled with oddball characters, insane agendas, and of course, adorable big cats. With eight completely unpredictable episodes, it (More)
YA Novel Review: Broken Things by Lauren Oliver
Lauren Oliver's novel Broken Things is a back and forth novel between the past and the present as it's main characters, Mia and Brynn, deny the More)
How to Celebrate Galentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is universally hated by single people. However, the day before Valentine’s Day can be just as special as the holiday, and perhaps less hated.  Amy Pohler’s character Leslie Knope, from the mockumentary-style sitcom Parks and Recrea (More)
Vision Boards: What, Why, and How
Among the fireworks and sparkling grape juice, resolutions abound. Some people write them in a journal, put them in their phone, or share them with friends. The feeling of mid-January defeat is a pretty universal experience. You set a goal or make (More)
7 Fashion Trends You Should Wear This Winter Break
If you are looking for some style inspo, you've come to the right place! Here are a couple of trends I love right now. Most of these styles are gender-neutral, pretty simple, and don't break the bank. Most items pictured are second hand. 1. Mock nec (More)
College Application Tips, Don't Fall Behind
As the first semester comes to a close, the pressure of college and what the future holds can become overbearing for seniors. Wondering what should be done and what is next is stressful, so here’s a small rundown of what seniors need to do so they do (More)
Marie Kondo Challenge
Taking on the challenge, Mac pubs helps clean a student's car, and a teacher's desk using the KonMari method, to close out the nine weeks. (More)
The Swedish Thing-IKEA SA
On Feb. 13, the Ikea store opened up in Live Oak just off I-35 and Loop 410 Interchange by the Forum, so I decided to go in and see what all the hype was about. My first experience at IKEA was that I had to find the exit for the store and it was n (More)
Black History Month: Shaun King
After many rallies, public speakings, and hosting sermons at local church's, Civil Rights Activist Shaun King is planning on opening up an old newspaper from the mid 1800's  to 1851 called 'The North Star.' The North Star was created by a man by t (More)
What Girl Scout Cookie are you?
It's girl scout season! Is it hard to find out which cookie to binge on? Let your horoscope determine your taste buds. Cranberry Citrus Crisps Capricorn December 22- January 19 (More)
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