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For The Love Of Music

Kate McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2017

Grabbing his laptop out of his backpack, senior David Lisk gets to work. Gazing at his computer screen, he composes and creates instrumental music to be featured in his original album. His fingers type frantically as he thinks of rhythms and melodies, and with one simple ‘click’, his work of art is uploaded on a worldwide platform for people across the globe to listen to. Lisk released his first...

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Review: IT

Timia Cobb, Staff Writer
October 20, 2017

The new adaption of the 1990 TV miniseries IT has been released and is better than ever. In 1990, the miniseries had to be rated PG-13 because of TV policy, which limited Stephen King’s image he had for the film. Even though the 1990 miniseries was PG-13 it was very mentally disturbing and still even scares me to this day. When going to watch the 2017 version, I had thoughts of how it couldn’t...

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Riverdale Runs Rampant

Morgan Gage, Staff Writer
September 15, 2017

76 years. That’s how long it was between the debut of the original Archie “Chick” Andrews and the premiere of Riverdale, which offers a complete reimagining of the classic comic books. The start of the second season is set for October 11, 2017. Fans of the comics won’t find the bumbling and goofy Archie they’re familiar with. Riverdale’s Archie Andrews brings an adult twist to Archie and...

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Review: Phoenix Forgotten

Ariel Orr, Junior Editor
May 22, 2017

Phoenix Forgotten is a movie based a group of children who are on the search to document alien life on earth. I went into the movie expecting unending excitement. However, I was very disappointed. The entire first half left me with nothing but complete boredom. Fact after fact is presented, and no action occurs. When the ending draws near, excitement definitely builds, but my interest in the movie...

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Console v. PC: A Gaming Battle

Amanda Brent, Staff Reporter
May 15, 2017

Video games have expanded since the first Pac-man games. There are many ways to play games nowadays; PC, Xbox, Playstation, Nintendo, and mobile. The war in the gaming world on whether or not PC is better or worse than consoles and had been going on for years. After playing on all the different platforms and reading up on the facts and have come to the conclusion that PC gaming is way better. For...

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Review: LIFE

Whitney Ethridge, Staff Reporter
April 7, 2017

I never watch Sci Fi movies because they always seem like the exact same storyline, just with different special effects. I did however go and see “Life”, the new alien movie starring Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal. Before I go into detail, here is my short review. “Life” is another predictable, burnt out alien movie. It all begins when the International Space Station catches a capsule...

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