Gun Regulations are Necessary

Gun Regulations are Necessary

McKelvey Collins, Features Editor

May 25, 2018

Events such as the National School Walkout and the March for Our Lives have created discussions about gun violence and what we can do to prevent it from happening. However, lawmakers still have taken very little action to regulate firearms, which should be basic common sense. Many conservatives, backed...

The Meaning of Individualism is Changing

Colby Ervin, Reporter

March 14, 2018

We are not individualistic. America, as a nation, is known to put an extremely high stress on individualism. But, as I am sure you have noticed at some point, people with unpopular unique ideas are rarely socially accepted. I have seen people are shunned and shamed for thinking the way that they do, ...

Cafeteria food fails students

Cafeteria food fails students

Kala Youngblood, Broadcast Editor and Events Coordinator

March 7, 2018

As I meandered to the cafeteria right before winter break, I smelled the overcooked vegetables before I reached the door. As a vegan, I do not consume meat, dairy, eggs, or any products from an animal. Mostly for ethical reasons however I cannot consume any dairy without an upset stomach due to lactose...

Britain made breakthrough with Brexit

Mallory Keeley, Print Newspaper Editor

February 28, 2018

In 2016, Britain made the brave and smart decision to cut its ties with the European Union (EU). Britain invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which states, “Any Member State (EU member) may decide to withdraw from the Union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements,” on June 23,...

2017 Albums of the Year

2017 Albums of the Year

Kaizad Irani, Musa Kamara, and Byron Winchester

February 27, 2018

“Flower Boy” by Tyler, the Creator   Tyler, the Creator, gave listeners one of the most heartfelt and sincere albums of 2017 with his most refined project yet, “Flower Boy.” Through 45 minutes of an eclectic mix of jazz, electronic, and R&B instrumentals, accompanied by beauti...

Clinton fails to deliver answers in her newest book, “What Happened”

Kaizad Irani, Managing Editor

February 27, 2018

Following the craziness that was the 2016 United States presidential election, Hillary Clinton quickly announced her seventh and latest book, What Happened. Refusing to be forgotten after her shocking defeat to President Donald Trump, Clinton announced that her memoir would reveal to readers her thought...

Fame Does Not Excuse Rape

Fame Does Not Excuse Rape

McKelvey Collins, Features Editor

February 27, 2018

By: McKelvey Collins The past year concluded with revelations of sexual harassment and assault against some of the most influential men in the country. Since the allegations against well-known Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein made headlines this October, hundreds of men and women have come out with si...

Best Brew on the Block

Best Brew on the Block

Ejiuwa Abah, Reporter

February 6, 2018

Cold and bored over Thanksgiving break, my friends and I desperately needed something to do. I heard about all the great coffee shops in town, and as a coffee lover, I decided to take my friends out to get some of my favorite drink. I do not really go out for coffee that much. I usually drink black...

Girls Dress to Distress

Girls Dress to Distress

Alexandra Mason, Reporter

December 7, 2017

Many students are against the enforced dress code for the 2017-2018 school year, as it is proclaimed to be aimed against females and creates sexism in our school atmosphere. The dress code remains the same as last year; however, many girls have complained, saying that is more strict than ever. ...

IHOP Tops Waffle House

Brinson Mullis, Sports Editor

December 6, 2017

In my journeys across these great 50 states, I have taken it upon myself to seek out the best restaurants that serve a hearty and fun-filled breakfast. My quest began with some jaunty local fare coming from the well known Waffle House as well as the newly opened International House of Pancakes (IHOP). ...

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