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Squid Game; A Look at Classism

Squid Game; A Look at Classism

Kylie Hintz, Arrowhead Editor November 4, 2021

The freshly released Squid Game captured the spotlight, its dystopian ideals bringing it nowhere but up. Squid game was released September 17th, 2021, becoming a global hit in less than a week, slowly...

Young Adult Reads

Young Adult Reads

Camryn Ward, Reporter May 19, 2021

A popular trend among people on the internet today is, believe it or not, reading. The popular social media site TikTok is a hub for reading recommendations in a slew of different genres. Dubbed ‘BookTok’...

The My Hero Academia Dilemma

The My Hero Academia Dilemma

Molly Campbell, Reporter May 11, 2021

With an estimated 20-40 million viewers worldwide, the newer anime show “My Hero Academia” is in the midst of its fifth season and its last few chapters of the manga. The popular manga is soon coming...

Vaccinated AF

Vaccinated AF

Colson Thayer, Reporter April 26, 2021

Coursing through my veins, a sense of revitalization. It had been the hardest year of life. Locked away from reality for the longest time, but when I was forced to emerge, I was fearful of society. However,...

Addictive Clicker Games

Addictive Clicker Games

Spencer Wiese, Reporter April 20, 2021

Incremental games, also known as clicker games or idle games, use psychology to hook their players and wring every bit of cash out of them. There are numerous different characteristics and tactics clicker...

The Future of Virtual Reality

The Future of Virtual Reality

Spencer Wiese, Reporter April 20, 2021

Experiencing virtual reality is progressing fast and growing faster. Headsets are becoming cheaper and more games are beginning to support virtual reality. Valve, a video game company worth $10 billion,...

Japanese Game Shows

Japanese Game Shows

Spencer Wiese, Reporter March 25, 2021

Japanese game shows are one of the best examples of cultural differences. It’s a collection of a wide variety of different competitions. From eating spaghetti in a dryer to trying to climb oiled stairs...

Folklore/Evermore Review

Folklore/Evermore Review

Camryn Ward, Reporter March 12, 2021

Taylor Swift has dominated the music industry for the majority of her career, and her surprise release of albums Folklore and Evermore definitely heightened her widespread popularity, as seen through the...

Rating All of my Party Tricks

Rating All of my Party Tricks

Reagan Nicholl, Reporter March 5, 2021

Party tricks: Things I get to brag about because I can do them while most people can not. Is it valuable to my life? No. But can I use it to show off a little bit? Yes. Let’s begin with the first...

Before The NES

Before The NES

Spencer Wiese, Reporter January 29, 2021

The video game industry giant, Nintendo has become a household name. Their games are a big part of many childhoods and continue to make games of amazing quality. Former President of Nintendo of America,...

The Glee Curse

The Glee Curse

Emma Breheny, Reporter January 14, 2021

It has been six months since the death of Naya Rivera. Rivera, 33, was an actress well-known for her role in the 2009 hit TV show Glee. Rivera was the third untimely death of Glee’s main cast members,...

Wait, Whats a Classic?

Wait, What’s a Classic?

Gracie Kayko, Print Editor January 6, 2021

To read good literature means to live in different worlds, different time periods and to learn. Countless numbers of books out there have changed the way humans view different things, like the classic,...

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