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We’re Not Stories, We’re Legacies

Imahn McAlister, Staff Writer
November 5, 2018

The addiction came with the thrilling eight season teen drama “The Vampire Diaries.” The five season spin-off series, “The Originals”, left us just as breathless and wanting more. Even though the Mikaelsons won't be returning for a sixth season, their story is far from over. The CW Network has chosen to continue the stories of “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals” through the...

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The Future of Fashion is Retro

Brayden Hogue, Staff Writer
September 14, 2018

1.) High waisted jeans The jeans of the 40's. They come in many different styles from Blue jeans to Zoot Suits, they have become very popular in the recent decade as blue jeans. 2.) Scrunchies The scrunchie has been around since the 80's but was overruled by the hair-tie. It has been slowly coming back with teenagers as it is "a necessity for long hair". 3.) Overalls The multi-purpose jeans with...

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Football: Behind the Scenes

Imahn McAlister, Staff Writter
September 13, 2018

The whistle blares across the field accompanied with the hoarse shouts of the coaches yelling out plays. Football players, fatigued from hours of practice jog into their formations, ready for another round. Although the players have been provided tools to succeed, there is no way to guarantee their spot at playoffs. Coach Marcus Gold, who has been coaching for 9 years at Irving and Whitehouse, has...

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10 Ways To Improve Your Art

Lelia Edmonson, Staff Writer
September 11, 2018

1. Use reference Using reference always helps! A reference could be anything from something someone else drew to an apple you get at lunch! (Tip: Pinterest helps a LOT with finding reference) 2.  Study anatomy You can study anatomy on your own or in a class at school. Studying anatomy helps with getting proportions and spacing right. 3. Start small Start with small things like eyes, noses,...

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New Shows This Fall

Eli Cosper, Staff Writer
September 6, 2018

As Labor Day weekend comes to a close, the entertainment industry flourishes, bringing forth several television premieres, some returning chronicles, and a sad, slow goodbye to one beloved television show to hit its final season. In spite of the droning heat outside, the new releases of television inside appear promising. Manifest, to be directed by David Frankel, will premiere on September 24th....

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6 Ways to Upgrade Your Avocado Toast

Morgan Gage, Senior Editor
September 3, 2018

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