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5 Seconds of Summer “Complete Mess” Review

Ava Rodenberg, Staff Member March 17, 2022

The pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer (or 5SOS) prepared its fans for a new era by releasing a new song and music video March 2. The song is titled “Complete Mess”  and the band teased it prior to...

Zoeys Extraordinary Christmas Review

“Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas” Review

Kait Riley, Journalism I December 20, 2021

The power to understand others’ emotions through musicals isn’t a typical theme in holiday movies. But it works in a new Christmas classic, Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas. The movie follows Zoey...

The Hunger Games 13 years later

The Hunger Games 13 years later

Harper Culbertson, Journalism I December 17, 2021

The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is by no means a “new book,” but once you read it, it’ll surely take up a new place in your heart. If you’ve read “The Long Walk” by Stephen King, and...

Why cant sophomores buy year-long parking passes editorial

Why can’t sophomores buy year-long parking passes editorial

Natalia Fletcher, Journalism I December 14, 2021

Sophomores are permitted to buy a parking pass if they are in a sponsored sport or activity that meets at least three times a week. Those $20 passes extend through one sport season, either fall, winter,...

Personality Profile: Illean Green

Personality Profile: Illean Green

Eleanor Panke, Journalism I November 29, 2021

Art teacher Illean Green, someone who wants the students to have big minds when it comes to creating.  “I would love to see more students' minds grow. I love to see people be nonjudgmental with others'...

Personality Profile: Paige Drummond

Personality Profile: Paige Drummond

Karissa Simmons, Journalism I November 23, 2021

After spending her school days at St. Charles Community College, senior Paige Drummond heads to Marching Band and Winter Drumline. She loves them too much to quit.   “Only coming to school...

A Deep Dive Into Red (Taylors Version)

A Deep Dive Into Red (Taylor’s Version)

Grace Sutton, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

Taylor Swift blew up the internet yet again June 18, announcing that her next re-recorded album would be Red. Known as her “heartbreak album,” it first debuted Oct. 22, 2012 and received two Billboard...

The Sutton Sendout: Greys Anatomy Edition

The Sutton Sendout: Grey’s Anatomy Edition

Grace Sutton, Staff Writer October 13, 2021

    When I was a freshman in high school, I started watching Grey’s Anatomy, and immediately fell in love with the show. It wasn’t so much the concept of it that I fell in love with, but more the...

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Kanye West Surpasses Fan Expectations With Donda

Cooper Traluch, Newspaper Editor September 29, 2021

After many misleading release dates and listening events, Kanye West released his 10th studio album, Donda, Sunday, Aug. 29.    West named the album after his late mother, Donda West, who died...

Lordes Third Studio Album, Solar Power, Delivers the Feels

Lorde’s Third Studio Album, Solar Power, Delivers the Feels

September 17, 2021

Lorde bombarded the internet, June 10, when she dropped her first single after three years, “Solar Power.” The song is upbeat, and even made its own appearance on Tik Tok with the lyric, “Can you...

New Parking Pass Sticker Causes Upset Among Students

New Parking Pass Sticker Causes Upset Among Students

Mariah Schaffer, Editor Elect September 16, 2021

Aug. 11-12, upperclassmen walked into school and got their schedules along with their parking pass. The pass is now a sticker.  “Dr. Thompson decided to use stickers since there were complaints of...

Frosty the Snowman: A Deeper Look

Frosty the Snowman: A Deeper Look

Cooper Traluch, Staff Writer April 29, 2021

During the holiday season I love to cozy up on the couch and watch all my favorite Christmas classics. Whether it’s Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer or It’s a Wonderful Life, and Die Hard too, because...

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