A special day deserves a special dinner

Sofie Gillespie, Staff Writer

February 3, 2012

Filed under Features, Student Life

Nothing is better than a romantic meal with your better half. Want to impress them? Try to cook a homemade meal, complete with dessert and main course. To improve your Valentine's Day, here are some yummy ideas that'll impress...

Vintage clothing just never gets old

Taylor McLamb, Staff Writer

December 20, 2011

Filed under Features

High waisted jeans, vintage dresses, and stylish loafers seem to fill the pages of every magazine. Girls strutting floral dresses, pouting their dark red lips. Vintage glasses are coming back and are making a big hit. Vests, bowties,...

Winning over Winter Break

Garrett Lemery, Entertainment Editor

December 12, 2011

Filed under Features

            Getting out the coats from the attic, polishing off your favorite pair of leather boots, and running outside in your pajamas the moment you witness that first snowfall of December. While this may be a reality...

Five ways to enjoy two too short weeks

Dakota Jackson, Web Editor

December 9, 2011

Filed under Features

With every holiday season comes festivities, decorations, good food, and most importantly to some two weeks off of school as a winter break. The problem many face is finding a way to spend those two weeks other than sleeping and...

Christmas is starting early this year

Taylor McLamb, Staff Writer

December 2, 2011

Filed under Features

From the very beginning of November, Christmas commercials and holiday music have been playing continuously from every television station. I have to admit I love Christmas music, the catchy rhythm and perky voices singing the...

To work or not to work?

Thomas Iacobucci, Staff Writer

November 14, 2011

Filed under Features

To work, or not to work, that is the question. You won’t walk into a McDonalds or   KFC without seeing one of you classmates behind the counter asking, “Hello welcome to ______ may I take your order?” Teenagers now a days...

“Should I go to homecoming? Yes!”

Taylor McLamb, Staff Writer

November 11, 2011

Filed under Features

It’s Homecoming week and the traditional festivities are proving to be as fun and exciting as every year.  The blue and white halls of East Lake are filled with excitement and commotion, as friends gush over who will win homecoming...

It’s beginning to look, and cost, a lot like Christmas

Garrett Lemery, Entertainment Editor

November 2, 2011

Filed under Features, Top Stories

It’s that moment when you flip your calendar to November when you find yourself asking, “Christmas is already next month?”  You’ve been busy with back to school, finding the balance in your routine, and planning what...

Get cute winter clothes for less

Taylor McLamb, Staff Writer

October 17, 2011

Filed under Features

As October slowly shifts to November, ultimately, the decorations of pumpkins and candy corn are soon replaced with turkeys and the smell of fresh pumpkin bread. Starbucks welcomed us into the fall season by its new specialty...

Downfalls of diet soda

Peter Drulias, Staff Writer

October 7, 2011

Filed under Features

In 1984 the company Coca-cola changed the world with their first diet soft drink, diet Coke.  Thanks to Coca-cola, there are 1.2 billion people in the world every day that drink a 12 oz. soda can. You can also find more than...

Do the Zumba

Alexus Palazzo, Staff Writer

October 7, 2011

Filed under Features

Going to the gym day after day can make working out feel like a chore. Everyone wants to have a nice toned body but working out is boring and takes forever. Running on the treadmill for 30 minutes is like running in place and...

Eisley Rocks!

Taylor Mclamb, Staff Writer

September 30, 2011

Filed under Features

The Crow Bar in Ybor errupts into applause as the lead singer of the band Eisley walks on stage, grabbing ahold of the microphone. The petite girl rocked a headful of blue hair, supporting a black dress with a white PeterPan collar,...