Cancer

Jourdan Stack

March 4, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

According to www.cancer.org, approximately 595,690 people are expected to die from cancer this year, which is more than 1,630 each day. Cancer can be caused by external and internal factors such as chemicals, radiation, vir...

Feminism vs Meninism

Kimberly Wilkins

March 4, 2016

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“Oh, here comes a feminist.” This is a common expression used when someone hears feministic opinions. Many people believe feminism is belittling men, but some people also believe it is good for society. Feminism is a b...

Teens and Terrorism

Emily Lowe

March 4, 2016

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Junior, Joey Westhoelter said, “teenagers should care more about terrorism, but instead a lot of them make jokes about it.” Teens and other young adults may have come to believe that terrorism groups and other worldly problem...

New Years Resolution: Worthwhile or Pointless

Madi House, Staff Writer

March 3, 2016

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Teenagers tend to react to New Year’s resolutions in one of these four ways: they come up with goals and stick to them, create goals but end up quitting soon after, believe resolutions are worthwhile but do not make one, or do not ...

One Way or Another

Kimberly Wilkins

March 3, 2016

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A divorce takes place every 36 seconds in the United States. The definition of divorce by Webster is the ending of a marriage by a legal process. Some divorce processes take multiple years to complete while others take only wee...

David Bowie

Elijah James

March 3, 2016

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David Robert Jones (known as David Bowie) was a one of a kind artist. He presented art, music, and even fashion, in a way that was completely unheard of during his time, especially compared to bands like Led Zeppelin, Queen, or T...

Game of the Year

Ethan Wright

March 3, 2016

Filed under Student Life

The countdown is nearing its completion. Three..two..one.. and then 6pm strikes the clock on your laptop, the only source of light illuminating your room. This is no New Year’s day countdown, it is the countdown to The Game A...

Love Yourself on Valentine’s Day

Elizabeth Manasco

March 3, 2016

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When most people think about Valentine’s Day, they think about roses and spending time with a loved one, but this is not always the case. If you are alone on Valentine’s Day, or any other day, do not worry because there are...

Life After Graduation

Andrew Hunter

March 3, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Graduating from high school is the end to a long and tedious era. Goodbye to the days of learning and socializing with friends, now it is the time to decide where you're going in life. However, reality is that high school is the las...

Imagine Dragons

Elijah James

March 3, 2016

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In 2008, singer Dan Reynolds met a drummer, Andrew Tolman, at Brigham Young University where they both studied. They both shared a passion for music. Andrew recruited his long-time high school friend, Daniel “Wayne” Sermon, who...

Can Teachers Take Your Items Without Your Consent?

Corey Lewis

March 3, 2016

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Can teachers really take a student's phone and go through it without consent? According to American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, teachers can only go through students’ phones when reasonable. The Fourth Amend...

Life on Edge

Andrew Hunter

March 3, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Some of the most dramatic and possibly permanent changes in a person's life will develop in a period of ten short years. In the book Life on the Edge, Dr. James Dobson calls this ten year period, the critical decade (mainly betw...

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