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A Little History of a Great Conflict

A Little History of a Great Conflict

Ella Dezelak, Reporter

October 22, 2020

The following is an opinion piece.  The Arrowhead regrets to have not labeled this properly upon first publishing.  As an opinion piece, we hope it encourages both dialogue and conversation.  Comments can always be left and provide a counter-viewpoint.  We believe in the First Amendment, free speech a...

Major Stressing: Why Your Major Does Not Always Matter

Major Stressing: Why Your Major Does Not Always Matter

Serenity Lo, Yearbook Editor

October 13, 2020

Most of us are looking forward to the day we move out of our parents house and into our college dormitories or apartments. Most of us are looking forward to filling out the college applications and the many forms required to get in. Okay, maybe not the forms and college applications. Needless to say, ...

Delayed Movies and Their New Release Dates

Delayed Movies and Their New Release Dates

Brady Frantzen, Reporter

October 13, 2020

Since coronavirus grew in March, tons of movies were delayed. Nobody likes a delayed movie. A Quiet Place Part II - Initially, it was supposed to be released March 21st. The sequel to the hugely popular monster horror movie has been delayed until April 23rd, 2021. Fans are angry about this since t...

Epic Games Sues Apple

Epic Games Sues Apple

Spencer Wiese, Reporter

October 6, 2020

It seemed all too innocent when Epic Games announced the Fortnite Mega Drop on August 13, 2020. The Fortnite Mega Drop introduced direct payment on mobile. This was a new way to pay on iOS and Android without paying through the app store or the google play store. This meant if choosing to pay direct...

Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide Prevention Month

Mia Zdionica, Reporter

October 5, 2020

Every year, September is the month where allies, survivors, and mental health organizations promote Suicide Prevention throughout the world. National Suicide Prevention Week was Sunday, September 6th - Saturday, September 12th. People spent this week sharing stories, experiences and resources. When...

Current Events Correlating with Biblical End Times

Jesus

Audra Wilkinson, Yearbook Editor

October 2, 2020

The year 2020, without a doubt, left many of us surprised. It may seem as if it is one catastrophe after another. From a global pandemic to racial riots and wildfires, many of us see these events as unexpected and alarming, but many Christians and biblical theologists see this as biblical prophecies...

Movies Coming Out in 2020

Movie

Emma Breheny, Reporter

October 2, 2020

       With Corona shutting down movie theaters for 6 months, we were left to our own devices to find the next great cinematic masterpiece to watch. We were not disappointed either with movies like Hamilton that came out during the Fourth of July weekend and the final installment of Star Wars: T...

Race for a Vaccine

Race for a Vaccine

Hunter Spooner, Reporter

October 2, 2020

       Covid-19 shook the world for all of 2020 and continues to do so until this very day. Nobody could have predicted how normal life would have been upended due to the novel virus. Now, in a time when face masks and standing six feet apart is the norm, countries around the world are racing to ...

Volunteer Season

Volunteer Season

Grace Kayko, Print Editor

September 24, 2020

It’s the start of a new season, with temperatures dropping, leaf colors changing and above all, COVID-19 still existing. Pumpkin spice lattes have come out, the latest fall fashion trends have started and it’s the time of year where having a hot bowl of soup after a long, chilly day is just abou...

Breonna Taylor Court Hearing

Breonna Taylor Court Hearing

Kylie Hintz, Reporter

September 24, 2020

During this pandemic of the coronavirus, the Black Lives Matter movement has swept the nation in a blaze of glory. Protesters from across the country link arm and arm in hopes of bridging the unjust racial gap in police departments. New news of the Breonna Taylor case has left protestors in outrage,...

Poisoned Needles

Poisoned Needles

Kylie Hintz, Reporter

September 21, 2020

       High school students are one of the biggest markets in the tattoo industry. The staple of receiving a first tattoo can be seen as a child branching off into adulthood. As amazing as tattoos may be, the problem of teenagers not willing to wait for quality art is widespread in the ideals of ...

Self-love and Perspective

Self-love and Perspective

Serenity Lo, Reporter

May 20, 2020

A lot of people talk about love and they talk about relationships. When they talk about love and relationships, they are usually talking about love and relationships with other people. Significant others, family and friends are usually who people consider when they think about relationships and love. H...

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