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Jojo Rabbit Review

Jojo Rabbit Review

Evan Phillips, Reporter

January 14, 2020

I have been excited for Jojo Rabbit since the teaser trailer was released this summer.  I love a good World War 2 movie as much as the next guy, but this one in particular had me dying for its release.  It isn’t often that we get a film that comes from the Nazi’s point of view, and especially di...

Open Message to the Class of 2020

Open Message to the Class of 2020

Aubrey Mahoney, Yearbook Editor

January 13, 2020

Hey class of 2020 - guess what? It’s 2020.   Scary, right? Here we are, in the year that’s been plastered on posters and shirts since we were in elementary school. “Class of 2020,” they read. We didn’t entirely understand what it meant, but at a young age, 2020 became a time we wo...

Winter Lawn Care

Winter Lawn Care

Raven Knight, Reporter

January 12, 2020

Keep late-harvest veggies  Veggies like broccoli, brussels sprouts and kale are okay with a light frost. In fact, it makes them sweeter.    Conserve your greenery    Make sure that any green plants get added to compost. They contain a lot of nutrients that are gre...

Air Force 1’s: Why Are They So Popular?

Air Force 1's: Why Are They So Popular?

Grace Kayko, Reporter

January 11, 2020

In 1982, six NBA basketball players pose to advertise Nike's new shoe, The Air Force 1. Moses Malone, Mychal Thompson, Bobby Jones, Calvin Natt, Jamal Wilkes, and Michael Cooper were the first to receive the original version of the shoe, becoming the “original six.”  From that day forward, the AF1 has become th...

Gender Roles: Opinions by Erin Hollar

Gender Roles: Opinions by Erin Hollar

Erin Hollar, Print Editor

January 7, 2020

I strongly believe that our ideals of femininity and masculinity are learned instead of natural. From a very young and impressionable age, we are taught what it means to be a man or woman by the people and propaganda that we are surrounded by. From little things like asking for male volunteers in elementa...

Record-Breaking Holiday Sales

Record-Breaking Holiday Sales

Alexandra Moon, Reporter

January 6, 2020

The biggest season of the year for merchants has come to an end. This year’s holiday shopping frenzy resulted in record-setting sales and new trends that took off like wildfire. Early retailing, as well as continuous shopping deals and events, has established a longer more progressive holiday shoppi...

Variety of Cultures, but not Classes

Variety of Cultures, but not Classes

Serenity Lo, Reporter

December 13, 2019

There is more to the world than many students see. Often, we see the world with a closed mind and little tolerance. We do not see how 1.2 billion people, out of the 7.53 billion people on Earth, speak Chinese as their native language. That is almost as many English speakers, which is 1.5 billion. 420 milli...

ThesFest 2019: A Celebration of Theatre

ThesFest 2019: A Celebration of Theatre

Camryn Ward, Reporter

December 12, 2019

Attending conventions and conferences centered around events enjoyed by participants can be extremely rewarding experiences. In theatre, this conference is The Iowa Thespian Festival, a forty-eight-hour-long festival that goes above and beyond the standard conference. Students from all across Iowa can attend various p...

Fear for our Future

Fear for our Future

Stephanie Diaz, Reporter

November 22, 2019

     Robots are now part of society. like it or not, they are not science fiction anymore. This invention brings out emotions to the public like confusion, admiration, and terror. Robots are supposed to make people’s lives easier and safer, but how can one trust them and not believe they want ...

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