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April Mayhem

April Mayhem

Raymond McNally

May 13, 2015


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Reporter Raymond McNally researched the history of April and all the horrific events that have happened in the month. He found photos on Wikipedia to go along with his research.    

Raymond Mcnally, Reporter

April 16, 2015


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1.) Winston Churchill, Benito Mussolini, George .S. Patton, Douglas MacArthur, and Adolf Hitler all fought in the first World War. 2.) Hitler nearly died twice in WWI, from nearly getting shot by a British soldier and from mustard gas. (By the way that british soldier decided to give Hitler a chance...

Bringing Baking Back

Bringing Baking Back

Kiersten Scott, Co-Editor

February 26, 2015


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I have never seen, smelled or tasted a mini pear pie, and neither have the seven bakers on the Great British Baking Show. Still, during this technical challenge they have two hours to create a magnificent poached mini pear pie covered in layer-y marble-y rough puff pastry. The tension in the baking...

Five Nights At Freddy’s Review

Five Nights At Freddy’s Review

Raymond Mcnally, Reporter

February 11, 2015


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Five Nights At Freddy’s is a point-and-click horror game that came out on August 2014 due to famous YouTubers like Markiplier and Pewdiepie playing the game. It has become famous within a few weeks of its release. GAMEPLAY: The game starts out in an office with the player playing as the main character...

Top 5 Deadline Life Savers

Top 5 Deadline Life Savers

December 17, 2014


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It's December, so in yearbook land, that means one thing: DEADLINE! The monster deadline. The 100+ pages due before the final bell rings to release us for the winter break. We know we're not the only ones in the whirl of deadline craziness, but we've developed a recipe that leads to surefire success...

World Of Tanks Proves Fun Sometimes

World Of Tanks Proves Fun Sometimes

Raymond McNally

October 30, 2014


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World of tanks review. Raymond Mcnally. Most free-to-play games are not all that great while only a few can be incredibly addicting in their own way. The games I’m talking about are Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, and Star Wars: the Old Republic. For today I will be going over World of Tanks (WoT). At...

Generation Why

Steven Garcia, Reporter

October 24, 2013


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When you think of the music of 2000s leading all the way up to 2013, what do you think of? Macklemore preaching to us about same love, Green Day continuing to question the status quo to tell us, “Don’t be an American Idiot.” Or do you think of the sight to sore eyes called the 2013 MTV Video Music...

The Impossible: Intense From Start To Finish

The Impossible: Intense From Start To Finish

Kiersten Scott, Reporter

February 5, 2013


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The movie "The Impossible" opens with bold white words on a pitch black screen that set the tone with a single line, "IN 2004, A DEVASTATING TSUNAMI HIT SOUTHEAST ASIA. THIS IS THE AMAZING TRUE STORY OF ONE FAMILY'S JOURNEY OF HOPE AND SURVIVAL." From there the audience is immersed in the horrific...

“The Crucible” Sells Out, Sets Bar High

“The Crucible” Sells Out, Sets Bar High

Erica Bourland, Assistant Editor

January 30, 2013


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The Rider auditorium is filled with light chatter as friends and family members wait for the show to start. Many people (15 to be exact) tap on their iPhones, probably "checking in" on Facebook. Backstage there is a rush as the cast and crew prepare for the show. People run back and forth, grabbing...

Back On The Big Screen

Back On The Big Screen

Austin Doucet, Reporter

January 10, 2013


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“The Last Stand” is an action/drama film written by Andrew Knauer and will be the first U.S. film directed by Kim Ji-yong. It stars Arnold Schwarzenneger in his first leading role since “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” and will have a supporting cast consisting of Johnny Knoxville, Rodrigo...

Red Dawn Crossfire

Red Dawn Crossfire

Haley Hampton and Kiersten Scott, Reporters

January 10, 2013


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by Haley Hampton America seems to be obsessed with war.  We’re not satisfied with the carnage and crimson trails left behind overseas, and video games like Halo, Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty bring the action right into our living rooms. But that’s not the half of it. Some of the highest grossing...

The Walking Dead: From Comics To Television

The Walking Dead: From Comics To Television

Austin Doucet, Reporter

January 9, 2013


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Zombies. Their sole purpose is to spread the infection they carry within. The virus has spread throughout all forms of media: movies, comics, books, and videos games. It was only a matter of time until the virus spread to our television screens, giving form to “The Walking Dead”. “The Walking Dead”...

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