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The Story of a Freeman: Morgan Freeman

The Story of a Freeman: Morgan Freeman

Trey Kelly, Staff Writer
February 27, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

His soft, melodious voice echoes throughout his works and whether he’s explaining an overly complex concept in a world riddled with them or simply reading the lines he was given, Morgan Freeman leaves an impact on those who view and/or listen to any piece of media he is in. The African-American ac...

What Else Did ‘Back to the Future’ Predict?

What Else Did ‘Back to the Future’ Predict?

Trey Kelly, Staff Writer
November 12, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Science & Technology

Chicago Cubs fans rejoiced last Wednesday as, after over a century of losses, the Cubs won the 2016 World Series against the Cleveland Indians. While baseball enthusiasts celebrated this occasion, the fanbase of Back to the Future was hard at work discovering what else the second movie in the series h...

DIY Halloween Decorations

Lindsey Barron, Author
October 29, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

With halloween being just around the corner, here are some last minute DIY decorations. With these your house will be ready for the trick- or- treaters.   ILLUMINATED GHOST GARLAND Ghost Garland is a super easy and fun idea for anyone. The ghosts will spice up a porch in the nigh or day. Supplies...

Achieving Your Zen

Achieving Your Zen

Amanda Joyner, Staff Writer
October 21, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Everyone has a different list of responsibilities they have to keep up with throughout the year. Still, student have to balance every item on that list. As a matter of fact, if you were to write out things you have to accomplish daily, your list may end up being multiple pages long. Anyhow, it is ...

No Man’s Lie

No Man’s Lie

Cameron Williams
August 22, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Science & Technology

       No Man’s Sky, a game the size of a universe. This scale of a game would go on to create a huge following. Now, this game is an okay game, but others may disagree entirely. The reason they would disagree is very understandable. But before I get into what others think, and what I think of this game, let...

Sleeping while still studying and DIYs

Nahomy Trinindad, Staff Writer
August 19, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Student Life

Remember that time when you put, “study for science test” on your agenda and all you ended up doing was watching another episode of Bob’s Burgers? You get all organized and ready to commence studying for that test, then you look up some answers on Google to make your life easier, but then you se...

High School: Expectations vs. Reality

High School: Expectations vs. Reality

Trey Kelly, Staff Writer
August 19, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The catchy songs, the star-studded cast, and the stereotypes being placed on various characters. What do all three of these have in common? All of those are commodities in any media portraying, regardless of age, quality, or otherwise; whether you grew up watching Beavis and Butthead or knew every song from a...

Society is Not Pressuring Women Away from STEM

Society is Not Pressuring Women Away from STEM

Nicole Gentry, Staff Writer
April 30, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Science & Technology

There is a statistic floating around the internet that attempts to blame societal expectations for the lack of females in math and science careers. I wonder if the statistic is even legitimate, since I have read it in many articles and heard it in many Youtube videos, yet after twenty-five minutes of...

Spring Recipies

Spring Recipies

Nicole Gentry, Staff Writer
April 30, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

There seems to be only two times every year where people suddenly get the urge to eat healthier: at the New Year and the beginning of Spring. As someone who hasn’t eaten the best foods in the past (ie: 2013, the year I discovered the joys of Nutella), I understand why people, especially teenagers,...

The Myth of the Starving Artist

The Myth of the Starving Artist

Nicole Gentry, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

When kids are young, they are told they can do anything their hearts desire: the sky is the limit. But as they grow older and their futures become more tangible, children’s dreams are often pushed aside for a job they can, as many parents say, “make a living out of.” For instance, those who have...

Upcoming 2016 Movies

Upcoming 2016 Movies

Stacey Davenport, Staff Writter
November 10, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Suicide Squad Release Date: August 5, 2016   DC Comic’s favorite supervillians team up on a top-secret, lethal mission in exchange for clemency of the crimes that led them to imprisonment. The new movie offers modern-day twists on each comic character, and the widely acclaimed actors have...

Professional Artist Spotlight: Leilani Joy

Professional Artist Spotlight: Leilani Joy

Nicole Gentry, Staff Writer
November 8, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

There is no denying that social media has affected the art world; it has been said that there isn’t better time to be an artist than here and now. San Francisco based artist Leilani Joy would have to agree. She began her Youtube channel, Art NuVogue with Leilani Joy (https://www.youtube.com/user/MissLeilaniJoy), in 2010 with videos focusing around fashion design. An Ac...

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