Heartbreak warfare

Danae Zimmer, Features Editor

February 8, 2011

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There’s absolutely nothing glorious or wonderful about getting your heart broken, but luckily most people recover emotionally. What’s worrisome is the number of people doctors say have actually died of a broken heart. Nobody...

Grateful for Florida

Erin Wronka, Entertainment Editor

January 7, 2011

Filed under Opinions

           This past summer, the intense Florida heat always had me complaining about the constant sweat and sunburn. I could not wait for the colder winter months and I said on numerous occasions that I just wanted...

Opinion on opinions

Julia Ceraolo, Copy Editor

December 17, 2010

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         “I might as well admit right now, I thought, that there are many things about people like Mary that I dislike. For one thing, they seldom know where their personalities end and yours begins; they usually think...

They really made a show about that?

Danae Zimmer, Features Editor

December 10, 2010

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

With television as the cornerstone of American culture, it’s no surprise that it’s everyone’s dream to be on TV. I’m not sure if its desperation in the networks’ part, or expert convincing on the part of the producers,...

Obama’s greatest challenge

Julia Ceraolo, Copy Editor

December 10, 2010

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Of the world’s 6.8 billion people, the earth’s resources could only sustain about 2 billion if everyone consumed as much as the average American does. A full quarter of the world’s resources are bought, eaten, or used by...

Evolution of music

Cole Krug, Staff Writer

December 7, 2010

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When most people think of “the beginning of music” usually names like Beethoven, Mozart, and Haydn and the classical music genre come to mind. But what some may not realize is that the history of music dates as far back as...

Midterm Elections vs. Obama

Julia Ceraolo, Copy Editor

November 12, 2010

Filed under Opinions

President Barack Obama shared his thoughts on the outcome of the 2010 midterm elections last Wednesday, November 3, a little after 1:00 pm at the White House. While displaying good sportsmanship, he expressed dismay at the Democrats...

Is paper becoming obsolete a good thing?

Allyson Jackovics, News Editor

November 12, 2010

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           It is more likely in the near future that pen and paper will become ancient artifacts than will high school students arrive in the parking lots via flying cars. With computers becoming more of a way of life...

The rough life of a teenager

Kaila Schlimm, Staff Writer

November 11, 2010

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It’s not a big shocker when you ask a kid these days if they live in two houses and they reply yes. And no I’m not talking about them being ridiculously rich, it’s about how having divorced parents is a common occurrence...

The young and the confused

Mike Matheson, Guest Writer

October 29, 2010

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So very recently, a good friend of mine sent me a text slightly confused about a few things on her mind, things that she wanted to talk over. So what was the one thing that was troubling her the most? Boy trouble. But rather,...

Job or no job?

Erin Wronka, Entertainment Editor

October 28, 2010

Filed under Opinions, Student Life, Uncategorized

            A common issue when I’m planning what to do with my friends is something people of any age struggle with these days: money. Everything we do requires some kind of cash being spent either for gas to get...

Ironic news

Allyson Jackovics, News Editor

October 18, 2010

Filed under Features, Opinions

           Irony isn't just for literature. Speckled throughout life, irony shows up on street signs, food packaging, and even news stories.             One of the most recent ironic moments was the tragi...

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