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Could revising the second amendment offer a solution to gun violence?

Grace Price, Reporter

December 17, 2019

A heated debate is currently sweeping through the United States over how to handle gun laws. With deadly shootings transitioning from rare to almost daily, many agree that the entire aspect of bearing arms publicly should be revisit...

Twilight books are better than the Twilight movies

Morgan Montgomery, Reporter

December 9, 2019

The book series“Twilight” by Stephanie Meyer is now a five movie series. The movies ruined the reputation of the series. Stephanie Meyer does a phenomenal job in the books of giving exact details as to what Bella is feeling a...

Disney+ wows audiences

Gagani Liyanawaduge, Reporter-Artist

December 9, 2019

Disney+ was released Nov. 12, and the hype was totally worth it. Millions have purchased subscriptions, including myself. Disney+ is worth the $6.99 per month because of the great selection of movies and television shows that viewe...

Mandalorian review: episodes 3 and 4

Wesley Coats, Reporter

December 9, 2019

The Mandalorian continues to wow audiences and truly fill a void of Star Wars content. Episodes three and four are both great episodes that continue to follow the journey of Mando and Baby Yoda. The show truly has captured the...

The psychology behind “reverse racism”

Alyson Gad, Reporter

December 6, 2019

Racism defined; prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior. A common misconception of that term is the assumption that racism is plainly a ment...

Finals are not serving the right purpose

Elijah Nichols, Reporter

December 5, 2019

School can be one of the most significant stressors in students’ live. From August until May, teens live in a constant state of anxiety and panic, although the end of each semester brings the worst stressor in a student’s...

YouTube’s political correctness hurts its creators

Colton Mudloff, Reporter

December 2, 2019

Youtube has been continually moving into the direction of family friendly content and political correctness; however, the size of the website and the amount of videos that are posted every day make it very difficult for YouTube t...

The Mandalorian episodes one and two thrill audiences

Wesley Coats, Reporter

November 26, 2019

At launch, Disney+ featured many shows and movies, but none had more hype than The Mandalorian. This new show is the first ever live action Star Wars series. The show stars Pedro Pascal from Game of Thrones and is produced by J...

Under the radar thrillers

Emily Selgelid, reporter

November 19, 2019

Autumn fog, colder temperatures, and soon-to-be bare branches set the mood for a great movie night, but the same movies year after year gets repetitive. Not necessarily recent, but under-the-radar movies can add a new zest to a ...

Harry Potter books and movies prove equal in quality

Alyson Gad, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Often, once a good book is released and rightfully loved by the public, the film world grabs it by the collar, and proceeds to punch it in the face. This devastating pattern can be noted in the movie series “Hunger Games” ...

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