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How to stay educated during the summer – sponsored story

May 23, 2018 2:26am | Addi Iken

YES, school is finally ending, and summer is here! Summer brings lots of sleep, swimming, barbecues and fun. However, what most people forget is the importance of keeping the brain active and staying educated over the summer. Three months is a long time without any […]

How to take care of your very own bonsai plant: all you need to know to get started

May 18, 2018 3:50pm | Eli Demosthenes

This story is sponsored by Bonsai Nursery Inc. Growing your very own bonsai tree can be a fun and rewarding pastime that also adds a little green to any room in a house. When hearing the term ‘bonsai,’ many people picture the cascading junipers in […]

Midnight Sun delivers on exactly what you’d expect

March 23, 2018 2:34pm | Ethan Hanson

Midnight Sun follows in the footsteps of many other romance movies before it. There seems to be a sort of formula that these types of movies follow. Usually they will introduce a romance with a main character that is known to die before the end […]

Walking Dead returns: are you a true fan?

March 12, 2018 3:25pm | Addi Iken

If you are a Walking Dead fan, you probably already know that Season 8 is back on as of two weeks ago, on February 26. When I told my friends that I was pumped for it to return, most of them were surprised that I […]

Superbowl commercials rated

February 5, 2018 7:32pm | Hannah Sanders

1: Tide Truly iconic. Tide has gotten quite a bit of publicity lately, with teenagers eating their Tide Pods and all, but it is sure to be even more popular after their epic series “It’s a Tide ad.” David Harbour, star from the popular show Stranger […]

Racines is the newest restaurant to try out

January 31, 2018 4:50pm | Olivia Graham

There are amazing new and old restaurants nowadays, but one that is amazing for everyone is Racines. It has great food and one of my favorite dishes is probably the All American burger classic with their delicious garlic mashed potatoes. I don’t just go for […]

Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

January 30, 2018 2:43am | Ashlyn Moore

Recently I’ve seen trailers for a new movie coming out called “Love, Simon,” which I discovered was based off of a book titled “Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda,” by Becky Albertalli. The book is about a boy named Simon who lives in Georgia. He’s […]

“The Post” tells an amazing story

January 23, 2018 5:31pm | Blake Anderson

“The Post” does an amazing job of retelling a story that occurred a time ago, one that not too many people would know about, considering a significant portion of the population wasn’t born yet. It is a great example that true stories make amazing stories […]

Tater Tot Nachos for the soul

January 21, 2018 5:52pm | Stefanie Frederickson

Nachos are always a popular, easy dish to prepare especially when its cold outside. However, using tater tots rather than regular tortilla chips takes the dish to a whole new level(if you love tater tots.) I am a huge fan of them and this recipe […]

Beyoncé ayuda a los afectados con musica

January 21, 2018 4:52am | Sandra Hernandez Tobon

La cancion “Mi Gente” originalmente cantado por J. Balvin y Willy Williams, añadió mas fuego con la voz de la famosa Beyoncé . Beyoncé  aprendió español para cantar parte de la canción en el idioma original. Con toda la fama de Beyoncé, la canción se […]