Why modern day horror movies are horrible

Cole Krug, Staff Writer

September 28, 2010

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     Guaranteed to make you jump out of your seat. Blood and gore that will leave you cringing and dry heaving. Jam-packed with hot girls and bad decisions. Nowadays, horror movies offer moviegoers all of this brainless tantalization...

What happened, America?

Danae Zimmer, Features Editor

September 24, 2010

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           Americans live a charmed life; safe country, surplus of needs and wants, stable government, innumerous rights, and free education available. Why is it that so many countries, even ones socially and economically...

New attendance policy

Kaila Schlimm, Staff Writer

September 24, 2010

Filed under Opinions, Student Life

                 The school attendance policy has been in debate for many weeks now. But the school board has finally made a decision. The new attendance policy is if you miss more than four days in any of your...

Books into movies: For the better or for the worse?

Garrett Lemery, Staff Writer

September 17, 2010

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

            If you live in America and you’ve read a popular book or two in the past five years, chances are you’ve gone to see the cinema adaptation of that novel as well. But when do we cross the fine line of...

Not so free after all

Danae Zimmer, Features Editor

September 10, 2010

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       Since the launch if iTunes by Apple in January 2001, the entire music industry was drastically altered. No longer were eager kids rushing to the store to buy the newest CDs, but rather they were simply logging on...

When did patriotic become prejudiced?

Julia Ceraolo, Staff Writer

September 3, 2010

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          There has recently been a proposal for the construction of an Islamic cultural center, which includes a mosque, two blocks from 9/11’s Ground Zero site, or, in the words of the ever-hyperbolic Sarah Palin, ...

Don’t wish your high school life away

Allyson Jackovics, Staff Writer

September 3, 2010

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           I’ll admit I had to prep myself a little to write this piece. Being a senior, I am more than ready to embark off to college and escape the piles of homework and tests (only to fall into college work and test...

Pain, Patience, and Parkinson’s

Cole Krug, Staff Writer

September 3, 2010

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

Imagine being unable to control your arms and legs. Your brain feels disconnected from your body, and you experience chronic shaking and painful muscle contractions. Tendons, muscles, and ligaments tighten up far past the point...

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