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Politicians target teen voting

Jack Bathje, Sports Editor

November 13, 2018

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These past few months it's seemed as if everywhere you look it’s a ‘vote for this person” or “don't vote for this person”. All this hype has been directed at the younger generation, in hopes that they will want change. Personally...

Sully’s Cinematics: Comedy Horror Movies

Sully Reilly, Reporter

November 13, 2018

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The comedic Halloween movies are on a whole other level of greatness. The Scary Movie franchise, Shaun of the Dead, and Ghostbusters are very good examples of this fantastic sub-genre. The comedy in these films really ties it all...

Sully’s Cinematics: Childhood Halloween Movies

Sully Reilly, Reporter

November 8, 2018

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   Another type of interesting Halloween movie are the ones directed at kids. There is usually more to these movies than this aspect, though. There are usually elements to the plot that may be interesting to young adults and...

Sully’s Cinematics: Supernatural Horror Films

Sully Reilly, Reporter

November 7, 2018

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The type of Halloween movie I do not think I will ever enjoy are the ones relating to ghosts and haunting. A few examples of these movies are The Ring, Poltergeist, The Conjuring, and Paranormal Activity. These are movies I never got behind...

Happy belated Halloween

Rin Neimeyer, Reporter

November 6, 2018

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  Happy belated Halloween, everyone. It’s the spookiest time of the year when ghosts and ghouls come out to haunt the streets once again. Children dress in costumes, go from one house to another, and get handfuls of candy. Hall...

Sully’s Cinematics: Slasher Films

Sully Reilly, Reporter

October 31, 2018

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Personally, I really enjoy slasher Halloween movies. Movies like Friday The 13th,  Halloween, and Scream are enjoyable even without a detailed story. They are just full of entertainment and do not require a lot of brain power to watch,...

How LGBTQ+ students’ are treated in schools

Rin Neimeyer, Reporter

October 24, 2018

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People say that anyone who's not considered normal is different from them. Who was the person that decided on what was normal and what was not? Not everyone is going to feel the same about something or someone else like you. Everyone...

The problem of cyber-bullying

Rin Neimeyer, Reporter

October 24, 2018

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This topic doesn’t get talked about enough. It happens every day to many innocent teens. People talk about bullying in person, but never online. It’s called cyberbullying, and it’s a form of harassment that takes place over...

A letter to sophomores: Why you need to take your junior year seriously

Madie Miller, Copy Editor

May 18, 2018

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You may have heard from others that junior year is the hardest year you will face in high school. I used to believe they were wrong, and that junior year would be a breeze-- It definitely was not a breeze, it was the hardest school ...

Favorite kind of music

Rin Neimeyer, Reporter

May 15, 2018

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There are so many kinds of music. Some people have the same taste of music as someone else. They might even have the same favorite song. The kind of music people listen to can really show how what kind of person they are. It’s...

Sophomore year advice

Adriana Sanchez

May 15, 2018

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Here is a little list of advice that you should know for your sophomore year: Take on leadership roles. Research colleges. Learn how to take good notes. Have school spirit. Get your sleep. Get involved. ...

Favorite kind of movie

Rin Neimeyer, Reporter

May 15, 2018

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Every person in the world has a favorite kind of movie. Some like animated and some like comedy. Others go more for the thrill of the scare from horror. There are so many movies in the world that it is just so hard to decide on...

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