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Pinterest Predicament

Nikki Culver, Advertising Editor

January 30, 2012

Filed under Blogs, Opinions

I must confess something. I am an addict. I am addicted to Pintrest. I have lead to the addiction of hundreds if not dozens of others.  I don’t just pin things that I think are cute and interesting. If it’s a DIY (Do-It-Yourself,...

Where will I use this?

Josh Radkowski, Assistant Sports Editor

January 6, 2012

Filed under Blogs

Have you ever been sitting in class and wondered “where will I use this in life?” I did. For example “When am I going to find the SAS (side angle side of a triangle) theorem useful?” “When am I going to use these bizarre,...

Football: the favorite twin

Dustin Sanders, Staffer

January 4, 2012

Filed under Blogs

When it comes to sports, football is always in the spotlight. Why does the football team always get the coddling? There are a variety of sports at our school, but most of our money goes to our football team for supplies and very...

Santa’s not real?

Nikki Culver, Advertising Editor

December 17, 2011

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The year was 2004 when a cute and innocent eight-year-old Nikki cheerfully skipped down the stairs to make gingerbread cookies with her grandmother. Those cookies were going to be put out for Santa. I was so excited that this...

I think I’m fat

Caitlyn Bogart, News and Features Editor

December 15, 2011

Filed under Blogs

Starving yourself is not okay   Ok ladies and gentleman, let’s have a little heart to heart. Yes, I see you there, starving yourself to death because your body doesn’t look like the super models in the magazines...

Bundling up for winter

Ashley Braun, Opinions Editor

December 9, 2011

Filed under Blogs

Students should be allowed to wear winter coats in school. Winter is coming up and more and more people are wearing coats, sweaters, long sleeve shirts and hoodies.  In high school, most students have grown as much as they ...

Everything’s fair in love and war

Ana Meraz, Web Editor

December 7, 2011

Filed under Blogs

High school. The time for partying, studying and of course: dating. When approached with the last word many people tend to smirk at how cliché it sounds, but, believe it or not, it’s a very controversial subject, especially...

The circle of life

Caitlyn Bogart, News and Features editor

December 2, 2011

Filed under Blogs

Balance of jobs, academics and driving Student point of view: Driving costs money. We will make more money by going to school, money takes time, time should be spent on school, we have to learn to drive to get to school, b...

You are here

Caitlyn Bogart, News and Features Editor

November 11, 2011

Filed under Blogs

Stuck in high school? At the beginning of the school year, every morning when the bedroom light went on, we got up and got ready, but more and more that light gives us less and less motivation. Everyone is losing zzz’...

Live your life don’t Facebook it

Caitlyn Bogart, News and Features Editor

November 10, 2011

Filed under Blogs

Thirty seconds ago...two minutes ago…about 10 minutes ago…less than an hour ago…Who wants to read it? There are people on Facebook that post everything they do. It’s so obnoxious! When I get to Facebook to get informat...

Boys becoming Mister America

Savanna Salazar, Staff writer

May 26, 2011

Filed under Blogs, Opinions

We all know that girls are known for taking a long time to get ready, but in this generation, boys are taking a long time too. Isn’t that strange to hear? It was for me until I saw it first hand. I noticed the “strange”...

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