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Social Media Silencing Conservative Views

Social Media Silencing Conservative Views

by Eli Duncan, Reporter

January 30, 2017


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

To say the President for this election cycle is unorthodox is an understatement. With the growing use of social media by politicians to reach their followers, the concern is this: have people taken over many of the most popular social media sites to show what party they stand for and add their bias...

Why People Need to See More Independent Movies

Why People Need to See More Independent Movies

by Cole Greenberg, Senior Reporter

January 6, 2017


Filed under editorials, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

“I’ve never heard of that movie.” “I could hardly sit through that.” “But have you seen Suicide Squad?!” These are the types of questions and responses I’m bombarded with when I talk to people about films. In the modern age, mainstream blockbusters are so resonant among such huge n...

How Playoffs Are Starting to Take Away From the Traditional Bowls of College Football

How Playoffs Are Starting to Take Away From the Traditional Bowls of College Football

by Remington Foster, Sports Editor

January 4, 2017


Filed under columnists, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE, SPORTS, sports news

Football games are all fun to watch, with all the moments leading up to the great moment of who will take the big win at the end of the big game, but college playoffs are starting to interfere with college football bowl specialty. Many players are now starting to decide to be a bench supporter for the...

Why I Despise Taylor Swift

Why I Despise Taylor Swift

by Kaitlyn Suwanvichit, Reporter

December 9, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

As a young girl easily influenced, I used to look up to Taylor Swift in many ways. Now, being more mature, I’ve realized that Swift is not the role model she claims to be. Taylor Swift has written many pop hits for several years, and just last year, she announced that she was a real ‘feminist’. ...

Why School Should Start Later

Why School Should Start Later

by Hope Freeland, Senior Editor

November 29, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Sleep is a necessity for high school students and the amount of sleep a student gets will affect the rest of their day.  Because students don’t get enough sleep, they are having issues staying awake; if school started later then students would get more sleep and allow them to be more alert and focus...

Thanksgiving Panther Bites

Thanksgiving Panther Bites

by Sedona Goodbar, Hailey Rodis, and Makayla Purvis

November 26, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, Panther Bites, SHOWCASE

1. What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food and why? Honey ham because it just puts me in the spirit (Taylor Conti, sophomore) Turkeys because Thanksgiving = Turkey eating day (Sunwoo Kim, sophomore) Mashed Potatoes and gravy were the best invention mankind has invented. (Alley Hernandez, sophom...

Why Pit Bulls are Just Misunderstood

Why Pit Bulls are Just Misunderstood

by Jake Grosvenor, Opinions Editor

October 20, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

A dog is said to be a man’s best friend, and rightfully so. Dogs are sweet hearts that spend their whole lives loving their owners. Almost everyone loves the fluff balls that we were gifted, and it’s one of the most common pets. But for some reason, pit bulls seem to get the short end of the sti...

Why Homework is More Harmful Than Helpful

Why Homework is More Harmful Than Helpful

by Jake Grosvenor, Opinions Editor

October 1, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

From early on in our school lives, we are taught the value of the all-sacred homework. The almighty assignment that later on can make or break students’ grades is something that is drilled into every student's head. Homework sounds like a solid idea off the bat: something to do at home to reinf...

The Dreaded “G Movie” School Rule

The Dreaded “G Movie” School Rule

by Jake Grosvenor, Opinions Editor

September 20, 2016


Filed under columnists, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Every year, we all here the same thing coming to school: “Can we watch this movie?” Inevitably, the movie is PG and not allowed to be shown without a parent slip. The rule in CCSD and many other schools across the nation follow the same rule: only G movies can be shown in the class without slips. ...

What Harambe and Bantu’s deaths have taught us about zoos

What Harambe and Bantu’s deaths have taught us about zoos

by Jake Grosvenor, Opinions Editor

September 8, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

May 28 marked the death of Cincinnati Zoo’s Silverback gorilla, Harambe. When a young child fell into Harambe’s pit after his mother lost sight of him, the gorilla was shot on site in order to guarantee the child’s safety. This lead to an outrage amongst animal right activists across the nation...

Movies that irrationally scared us as children

Movies that irrationally scared us as children

by Panther Print Editorial Staff

May 16, 2016


Filed under editorials, movies & tv, SHOWCASE

The Time Machine Rating PG-13 Drama/Action This 2002 film was a late adaptation of the classic 1895 novel by H.G.Wells. In this story following Dr. Hartdegen, a young inventor who makes a time machine in attempt to go back in time and save his beloved fiancee Emma from death, but instead, ...

Is Uber really worth it?

Is Uber really worth it?

by Tayler Jones, Opinions Editor

May 1, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

The semi-new transportation system that has been replacing taxis and has been considered cheaper, Uber, has some people questioning whether it’s still safe. There has been over a hundred sexual assaults from Uber alone,and I honestly don’t trust Uber. It seems like a sly way to get someone attrac...

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