Consuming the news is often mentally taxing, confusing and can leave one with a bad taste in their mouth. But it is critically important to stay informed, especially as an educated person with resources, because those less fortunate can be helped greatly by people presented with evidence of their struggle. Continue reading Common Sense Responds: How to stay informed without losing your mind
Toy Story 4 looks to continue Woody and Buzz’s story as toys who come alive when people are not around. Continue reading Audiences buzz over newest Toy Story
With seven variations available today, two Girl Scout cookie flavors reign supreme: Thin Mints and Samoas. Continue reading Thin Mints or Samoas, which reigns?
The most recent partial federal government shutdown began on Dec. 22 because the Democratic and Republican politicians could not come to an agreement on the budget to fund the government for the next fiscal year. Continue reading Shutting down the government: Is it worth it?
If you won’t be watching the action in person on Feb. 3, here are some great locations to watch. Continue reading Super ways to celebrate on Super Bowl Sunday
With the holiday season in full effect, one way to celebrate is to cook and eat unique foods that have a long history. Continue reading Students get together to make traditional, homemade holiday meals
It’s no secret that movies and TV shows portray high school-life inaccurately. Our school doesn’t look the same way that Hollywood makes it out to be, with student actors who look 30 years old always ready to break out into song and dance. Continue reading High school movies not representative of reality
The introduction of Patriot Time has left students divisive about whether or not the switch from homeroom teachers to second period teachers will enhance the value of the lessons about students’ well-being. Continue reading Students discuss pros, cons of Patriot Time
Young voters: are they qualified, and will they actually vote? Continue reading Millennial political activism brings lack of knowledge to midterm voting
The movie industry has undoubtedly seen trends come and go. In the ‘30s it was horror movies. In the ‘50s it was Westerns. It’s not hard to guess what genre has seen increasing popularity in recent years. Continue reading Why are superhero markets over-saturated?