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The Internet (and Social Media) Ruined Travel

The Internet (and Social Media) Ruined Travel

by Eli Duncan, Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2018

The internet has made travel far more accessible than ever before. Sure, international data is expensive but trading Apple Maps or Siri for a paper map or far worse, talking to someone new, is a hard sell for most people. And gone are the days where it was a herculean task to book a flight and hotel...

Love Simon’s Impact on LGBT Youth

Love Simon’s Impact on LGBT Youth

by Michelle Trajtman, Reporter

April 26, 2018

Love Simon had everyone counting down the days for its release and it definitely exceeded all the expectations. This movie featured controversial topics that are still big in our society, that are starting to become more accepted than they had been before. With a lead character who is not only gay, but Afr...

Bullying is Not an Issue

by Joseph David, News Editor

April 21, 2018

Within the past several years the concept of the bully who engages in bullying has been widely spoken of and globalized in America and in many areas of the world. Schools everywhere invite guest speakers and lecture students on how to be weak and meager. It is simply not only the concept of bullying th...

How Fortnite Took Over the World

How Fortnite Took Over the World

by Eli Duncan, Opinions Editor

April 20, 2018

If you are a human with ears and a Snapchat, you have undoubtedly heard about or have seen Fortnite every day without fail. Even in the wake of PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS’ (PUBG) success, this battle royale game rose to the top and became one of the most successful games in recent years. In the beginning, For...

Why Dress Code is Important

Why Dress Code is Important

by Joseph David, News Editor

April 18, 2018

The school dress code debate has raged on for an eternity. One side claims that school dress code is inherently sexist and bias toward one specific group of people. They also propagate the idea that dress code in school is unnecessary. I would beg to differ, and decree that dress code is in fact impo...

A Punny Article

A Punny Article

by Jordy Selznick, Reporter

April 6, 2018

I don’t want to get to curried away here, but it appears that puns are having a bit of a renaissance. From punny t-shirts to coffee cups emblazoned with pun-liners, having fun with the English language never gets old. In fact, the practice of this pun-derful practice dates back to ancient history...

How to Build Long Lasting Relationships

How to Build Long Lasting Relationships

by Dominique Allen, Reporter

April 3, 2018

We’ve all had our shares of one-week relationships with cute boys or girls in the elementary playgrounds or the lockers in middle school hallways. As time moved on we realized how unsuccessful our relationships were, so we gave up on trying to make them work. We’re in high school now, and as the ...

Why People Hate the Star Wars Prequels

Why People Hate the Star Wars Prequels

by Eli Duncan, Opinions Editor

March 30, 2018

For over 40 years Star Wars has been a staple for American movie lovers. The original 1977 film sits in thirteenth place in the American Film Institute's (AFI) 2007 edition of the “Top 100 Greatest American Movies” list, which is up two places from the 1998 edition. In 1999, George Lucas returne...

When Is Parental Pressure Too Much?

When Is Parental Pressure Too Much?

by Michelle Trajtman, Reporter

March 28, 2018

Doing something that you are passionate about and doing something that someone is passionate about are completely different. There are so many things that we as teenagers have to be sure to do; keep up with school work, countless hours of homework, extracurricular activities, all while making sure we still ...

Fine Arts and Sports: Who Really Gets the Spotlight?

Fine Arts and Sports: Who Really Gets the Spotlight?

by Erica Jane, Entertainment Editor

March 27, 2018

Ever since I was a lost preteen, music has always been my calling. It wasn’t immediate, but I knew. I was surrounded by people who mirrored the same affection I have for music. The trouble was, no one beyond my circle of musicians felt the same way; we were alone in a world that presented to be cr...

How to Defeat Allergy Season

How to Defeat Allergy Season

by Jordy Selznick, Reporter

March 23, 2018

Allergy season is officially upon us in Las Vegas, NV. Known as one of the worst cities in the nation for allergies because of the number of non-native plants brought in to add beauty to the landscape, Las Vegas citizens suffer allergies at an outrageously high rate. Although there is no way to completely e...

How Netflix is Revolutionizing the Entertainment Industry

How Netflix is Revolutionizing the Entertainment Industry

by Hope Freeland, Senior Editor

March 19, 2018

Netflix has easily become the most popular and successful on-demand media industry with a yearly profit of over $11 billion. The company first became popular for their DVD rentals where you had a subscription that allowed you to order a few DVDs at a time for a small price, once you returned what you had ...

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