It’s Time for the Music Industry to Start Taking Women Seriously

It’s Time for the Music Industry to Start Taking Women Seriously

Anna Feild, Reporter

October 23, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

When asked to name a rock band with at least one woman in it, most either think of Paramore or cannot name one. Contrary to popular belief, there are more bands with women in them than just Paramore, but it would not be known due to the lack of opportunities they have compared to their male coun...

Spooktober’s Netflix Haunts and Saddens

Spooktober’s Netflix Haunts and Saddens

Lili Teal, Reporter

October 22, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

It’s a bitter-sweet month for Netflix lovers. From new shows to removal of old movies, there are many changes to know about. Netflix’s new shows include: Elite, Maniac, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Haunting of Hill House and a new season of Big Mouth.  Elite is a Spanish suspense thr...

Fortnite’s Fortune Told

Fortnite’s Fortune Told

Alex Martuszewski, Reporter

October 19, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

It appears that the game played by millions is now dying down. The free game Fortnite is declining in popularity after  125 million people around the world played the game. The third person battle royale style game came out just over a year ago in July 2017. It is a free game that is com...

‘Venom’ Impresses on Opening Weekend

‘Venom’ Impresses on Opening Weekend

Blake Ramey, Sports Editor

October 19, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

Venom has been a famous villain known for his appearances in the Spider-Man movies and comics. Marvel Comics took a risk giving the Black Suit his first ever lone movie.  Venom has been a famous villain for the past decade known for his appearances in the Spider-Man movies and comics.  Ho...

School Sponsored ‘Stalking’: An Adventure in Observation

School Sponsored ‘Stalking’: An Adventure in Observation

Mia Kobylski, Editor-In-Chief

October 15, 2018


Filed under Commentary

A stigma associated with Walmart is there are all types of interesting people who shop there, which quickly proved to be true. Hiding behind seasonal displays of pumpkin carvings, festive decorations and rows of Halloween candy, my groupmate and I watched people pass by going about their daily shop...

You’re Beautiful

You’re Beautiful

Emily Polanowski and Ryan Hartley

October 12, 2018


Filed under Commentary

Students address the power of their own self-image.

Ears Up! There is a New Taste in Music Now

Ears Up! There is a New Taste in Music Now

Ryan Hartley, Photography Editor

October 11, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

The music industry has been influential throughout the years, but now, more than ever, it is sinking into the lives of today’s youth in the most diverse ways. Listening to an average of 2.5 hours of music a day, according to Tara Parker-Pope of the New York Times (https://well.blogs.nytimes.com...

Twenty One Pilots Spin Another Tale in “Trench”

Twenty One Pilots Spin Another Tale in “Trench”

Anna Feild, Reporter

October 11, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Commentary

Alternative rock duo Twenty One Pilots is back with another explosive album. The band, consisting of singer Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun, released their fifth album “Trench” on Oct. 5. The “Trench” era brought their year-long hiatus to an end when they announced the new album in Ap...

Singer Troye Sivan Takes Root in New Album: Bloom

Singer Troye Sivan Takes Root in New Album: Bloom

Ryan Hartley, Photography Editor

October 8, 2018


Filed under Commentary

The newest album from singer Troye Sivan, Bloom, is a trend-setting, new look at modern pop music that transcends the many different styles seen in music today. After debuting on the studio album scene back in 2015 with his first project, Blue Neighborhood, Sivan is exploring new sounds and tones with Bloom. ...

Columbus Faces Growing Conflict

Columbus Faces Growing Conflict

Camryn Brakmann, Reporter

October 5, 2018


Filed under Commentary

Christopher Columbus is hardly the virtuous hero who elementary students are introduced to. Columbus Day became a federal holiday in 1937 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave in to efforts from a Catholic group called the Knights of Columbus; over time, the holiday grew into a celebration of...

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