The Cycle of Recurring Fashion Trends

Staff Writer: Molly McWethy We have all heard the saying, “history repeats itself,” well, apparently so do trends.  The most popular at the moment are mullets, chunky shoes, flair pants, scrunchies, and bucket hats. All of these trends first appeared in the 1980’s. Why are they coming back now?   Other decades had recurring trends […]

The 80s: A Decade to Be Remembered

Staff Writer: Jaiden Palys The 80s was perhaps the best decade ever. While to say any decade of 1900s was better than the rest could be little more than opinion, the 80s are simply unbeatable. Consider it; film, fashion, music, a booming economy and much more on top of that, they simply had it all. […]

Utopia

Staff Writer: Blake Hopster Just like everyone else on the planet, I have been bored out of my mind over this quarantine. Pacing around my home tends to lose its interest after about six seconds. I turned my attention to a movie one day and stumbled upon a Spanish thriller/horror film called The Platform. I […]

Finding The Right Prom Dress For You

Staff Writer: Abigail Hopton The prom theme was recently announced as the Roaring Twenties! On April 25, from 7-10 pm, we will be having the time of our lives. Prom is a big deal for seniors in high school. It is the last dance of our high school career. Prom is both a celebration and […]

Valentine’s Day Origins

Staff Writer: Amanda Lloyd Following Christmas and Halloween, Valentine’s Day is the third most commercialized holiday in the United States. It is commonly known as a “Hallmark Holiday”, which means that the modern ideas of the holiday were invented mainly for commercial purposes. The celebrations and purpose that we associate with the holiday today has […]

Space Conspiracy Theories that are Out of This World

Space Conspiracy Theories that are Out of This World Staff Writer: Amanda Lloyd With the increasing amount of government scandals, it is no wonder that more and more people are starting to believe in conspiracy theories instead of what the government tells them. In honor of the Area 51 raid taking place September 20, I […]

Seven Dead in San Francisco Area with No Suspect

Staff Writer: Mackenzie Rich   In the 1960s to the 1970s, a string of murders occurred in Northern California. These murders often included couples that were together in secluded areas, a place with no witnesses. No single person was ever charged nor accused of these murders. However, someone did come out and take credit for […]

Why Did(n’t) the Chicken Cross the Road?

Staff Writer: Amanda Lloyd It didn’t, because in Quitman, Georgia, it is illegal, though there aren’t any real punishments that come with breaking this particular law. The state of Georgia has many weird laws, most of them being completely random ideas that nobody would ever think of, for example: One cannot carry an ice cream […]

Christmas in room 119

Staff Writer: Jordan Van Dyke This month I talked to 2 of the kids in Mr. Logan’s class room, Merritt Wilson and Aaliyah Lewis. I know how much these kids love Christmas, so I wanted to put get them a little more in the spirit by asking them both a few Christmas questions. What is […]

Born… Again ?

Staff Writer: Arie Mitchell Reincarnation is the philosophical or religious concept that the soul or spirit, after biological death, can begin a new life in a new body. It is of the Hindu religion, however many people around the world believe in it. “Reincarnation is not an exclusively Hindu or Buddhist concept, but it is a […]