Editor explains history

Emmy Furman, Editor

January 10, 2020

   For my editorial today, I decided to give you guys my favorite history lesson: the Boston Tea Party.    As I was doing my monthly scroll through websites to give me ideas for this column, I saw a topic of the Boston Tea Part...

Visionary gives solution

Jacob Dugar, Editorial Editor

January 10, 2020

   Disclaimer: I would like to formally apologize for my totally inappropriate, socially-warped personality. This satirical editorial does not reflect the ideas or opinions of anybody else on the newspaper staff.    Just imagi...

Nuke war aftermath is terrifying

Seth Jarvis, Editor

January 10, 2020

   Nuclear war is something that utterly terrifies me. With the single push of a button, our entire world would be changed forever. Here is what this war would do to the planet.    Before I begin, we need to look at the scale of this war. This will...

Music reviews: people prompted, answered

Allie Schneider, Entertainment Editor

January 10, 2020

You already know the deal, so let’s get right into it: Music Review.    First, I’m starting off with “Taylor the Latte Boy.” This song is so much fun. It tells a beautiful love story of a Starbucks barista. Listen t...

Woman gives men look into mind of fairer sex

AJ Lank, Editorial Editor

January 10, 2020

   PSA (FOR GUYS): Walking down the halls of our high school, I’m sure you’ve seen or maybe even run into a girl that you have thought is cute. Maybe you’ve even thought about asking her out.    But let’s be hones...

Staffer suggests new, inclusive, diverse club

Brylee Huber, News Editor

January 10, 2020

   DISCLAIMER: This editorial is based on facts, but it is also my opinion and does not reflect the views of the entire Newspaper staff. If you have anything against it, please talk to me.   Last issue, I wrote an article for t...

Toxic friendships left behind for new posse

Mckinley Anderson, Sports Editor

November 26, 2019

   You don’t always have to stick with the same group of friends. Sometimes they get toxic, and you need to venture out.    I had this problem. Now, I am very outgoing and love meeting new people, but what is weird is that I don’t l...

Staffer introduces new Dum-Dum club to school

Brylee Huber, News Editor

November 26, 2019

   On a particularly ordinary day in Mrs. Hess’s fourth hour Trigonometry class, a beautiful group formed. It became know as the Dum-Dum Club.    It’s a simple thing, being in this group. All you have to  do is gather wrapper...

Visionary calls for Fascism

Jacob Dugar, Editorial Editor

November 26, 2019

   Election day is already less than a year away, so why wait any longer for a revolution?    This whole democracy thing is overrated anyway. After all, do we really want EVERYBODY to have a say in who runs us?    I say...

Minecraft is for everyone: opinions, benefits

Jacob Dugar, Editorials Editor

November 5, 2019

   When  common non-gamers think about Minecraft, they picture a young child building dirt huts and screaming, but I’m here to set the record straight.    This is a game for all. After all, it is rated everybody 10 and u...

Media presenting more vulgar, offensive material

Brylee Huber, News Editor

November 5, 2019

   There have always been controversial topics in the media, but has it gotten even more vulgar?    In 2018, Sandy Hook elementary, the site of one of the worst school shootings in US history, came out with a commercial about g...

Student shares his insight on remaining level-headed

Zachary Garner, News Editor

November 5, 2019

   How important is keeping your cool? When can your cool be taken away and pushed too far? That’s what I want to figure out.    I always feel that some people are always calm and collected, but if you push the right buttons, they can snap...

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