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Photo Opinion

Photo Opinion

Kayley Allen, Sports Editor
August 28, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, OPINIONS

What is your best advice to the new freshman about how to have success in high school?

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Review – Avengers: Age of Ultron

Seth Boester, Sports Editor
May 18, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, REVIEWS, Top Stories

After several years of offshoots and smaller, more concentrated character development movies, including Thor: The Dark World, Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain America: The Winter Soldier Marvel Studios is back with a return of their most well-known superhero group, The Avengers. Keeping in line... Read more »

Shovel Knight shines in a market of old school imitations

Shovel Knight shines in a market of old school imitations

Garrett McBay, Reporter
May 7, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, REVIEWS

Shovel Knight, an indie game by Yacht Club Games, was recently released on the PlayStation 4, inspires feelings of childhood nostalgia all while justifying this admiration with gameplay that sets it aside from the rest. Shovel Knight succeeds in getting things straight; it isn't just a throw back, bu... Read more »

Music To My Ears

Elly Levy, Asst. Opinion Editor
May 7, 2015
Filed under BLOG, OPINIONS, OPINIONS

Music is everywhere. You hear it at home, in your car, at school, almost everywhere you walk. It affects peoples’ lives differently, whether it’s to inspire your life choices, or simply to please the ear. For me, it changed my life in more ways than one, ways that I never expected from the very beginning. I've... Read more »

Life after high school: Finding the right fit for you

Alex Kessler, Reporter
May 5, 2015
Filed under BLOG, OPINIONS, OPINIONS

As the seniors prepare to leave their high school lives behind, some choose to attend college far away, while others chose to live their college lives close to comfort. Some people know from an early age exactly what they want to be and how they plan to get there. Not all of us are so sure of our plans,... Read more »

New artist brings a spark of interest to country music

New artist brings a spark of interest to country music

Anna James, Reporter
April 29, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, REVIEWS

Upcoming artist Sam Hunt is bringing a whole new vibe into country music with his new album Montevallo. After he co-wrote all 10 songs on the album that ranked number three in Billboard 200, it was a hit in the world of country music. When "Leave the Night On" and "Take Your Time" topped the US H... Read more »

Kindness is not Overrated

Mary Adcock, Reporter
April 7, 2015
Filed under BLOG, OPINIONS, OPINIONS

People center their lives on many different things: kindness, popularity, health, their career, education and more. Kindness benefits others and the individuals who practice it, and I believe it is a very important way to live life. How kindness benefits others, or ourselves when we receive it... Read more »

How to solve problems between friends

How to solve problems between friends

Jennifer Butler, Opinions Editor
March 31, 2015
Filed under BLOG, OPINIONS, OPINIONS

Recently, I've seen a lot of drama between my friends, myself included. But my friends and I have a great system to solve all our quarrels. Here are some tips for when you get into a fight with your friends: Don’t talk to them about it. Don’t ask them how they feel, don’t tell them how you... Read more »

Chaos And The Calm: Too calm to be remembered, but enjoyable

Chaos And The Calm: Too calm to be remembered, but enjoyable

Suzy Blalock, Reporter
March 31, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, OPINIONS, REVIEWS

Singer/songwriter James Bay’s debut album Chaos And The Calm proves to be an awesome arrangement of songs, but overall lacks originality. The England native’s album contains an equal mix of upbeat pop songs with folk influences and acoustic, slower-paced songs. The combination of quiet feelin... Read more »

A Day In the Life Of a Jiu-Jitsu White belt

Bryan Woode, Reporter
March 27, 2015
Filed under BLOG, OPINIONS

Twice a week, I attend evening Jiu-Jitsu classes at the Gracie Barra West location. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a form of martial arts that focuses on ground fighting, grappling and self defense. In my own words, I describe BJJ as a combination of Judo and Wrestling. Just as I put my belt on my Gi,... Read more »

The Darkest Minds proves not to be another Hunger Games

The Darkest Minds proves not to be another Hunger Games

Amanda Shaw, Asst. Webmaster
March 26, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, REVIEWS

By now nearly everyone has read The Hunger Games or Divergent along with many other popular dystopian novels. The Darkest Minds, the first book of a trilogy by Alexandra Bracken, falls into this category, but don’t stereotype it: THIS BOOK IS NOT THE HUNGER GAMES. The Darkest Minds follows the life of sixte... Read more »

Making the most of a seemingly bleak situation

Jessica Collins, Reporter
March 25, 2015
Filed under BLOG, OPINIONS, OPINIONS

People always seem to say the grass is greener on the other side without appreciating what is right in front of them. Most people are too busy looking elsewhere to fully understand what they already have. No one seems to appreciate Missouri and all of the fun events our state has to offer. Many people... Read more »