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Senior prank leaves students sliding to conclusions
Elly Beauchamp | staff writer Since the 2013 Texas flag prank, senior pranks have not aged well. Unlike the painted flag on top of the cafeteria building, this year’s prank included spilling bottles of baby oil onto the floor at the in the second (More)
Bottom line: biased social media isn't a news source
Staring down at their bright screens and disregarding what is going on around them,most teens spend over 75% of their time on their phones. Many liking posts, stalking people they think that are cute, looking at videos/memes or reading what they call (More)
Video games aren't the cause of violence
by David Kent|staff writer The argument over whether violent video games incite violence has popped up again after the recent mass shooting in Sutherland, Florida. The President of the United States, Donald Trump, weighed in on this issue, stating (More)
Time's up for Powder Puff
by Arianna Michaud | staff writer Powderpuff is sexist - plain and simple (anything that originates in 1945 is rarely anything but). The powder puff football game originated in South Dakota, at Eastern State Teachers College four months after the (More)
Why "Love, Simon" is the most important teen movie you'll see this year
by Courtney Smith | Editor in Chief Before I get into why everyone and their mother (literally) should go see Love, Simon in theaters, I would like to start off with a disclaimer for the haters who are worried: no, going to see this movie will not (More)
DACA Needs to Stay
DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) is a program created by former president Barack Obama which allows young illegal immigrants to work legally in the United States and protects them from deportation. President Donald Trump decided to step (More)
Christmas Starts in November
It’s the beginning of November and people are preparing for Thanksgiving. As they walk in the store to buy things for the holiday, an annoyed expression appears on their faces. Christmas is not until the end of December and stores are already packed (More)
Top ten things turning ten
by Emma Fischer | staff writer With the new year, things are constantly being changed, replaced and created. It’s incredible how things seem so young but have been around longer than we could remember. Here is the list of top ten things turning a (More)
Top 10 Things that Should be Left in 2017
by Jeremy Reyes & David Kent | staff writers  With the end of 2017, we say goodbye to one year and hello to another. We had a lot of fun memes and trends, some of which are still popular right now. On the other hand, there are a lot of things (More)
Is Youtube too lenient on its content creators?
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer “Did we just find a dead body in the Japanese suicide forest?” Logan Paul said while his friends laughed in disbelief before proceeding to record the corpse, zooming in and commenting about the victim. Paul upload (More)
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