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5 Interesting Inventions

5 Interesting Inventions

Phillip Smith, Staff Writer
February 8, 2016 • 100 views
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As the twenty-first century progresses, inventors will emphasize that shortening time, enhancing safety and improving efficiency make up the foundation of the next big products. This list will reveal the early stages of futuristic inventions and cutting-edge technology. TAO Chair The TAO Chair takes lounging t... Read more »

Review: Making a Murderer

Review: Making a Murderer

Ashley Richardson, Sports Editor
February 5, 2016 • 724 views
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Lately, the Netflix industry has been booming with new hit series, but the most recent set of episodes, Making a Murderer, stole the show. With the intense storyline of Steven Avery’s life, giving detail into the work of lawyers and allowing the people to take a look into how the court system works, t... Read more »

My Role Model, Taylor Swift

My Role Model, Taylor Swift

Katherine Powell, Staff Writer
February 4, 2016 • 1,040 views
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Taylor Swift has made her way to be one of the most well-known artists today. Whether you like her or not, you know at least one of her songs that constantly plays on the radio. She has just wrapped up her 1989 World Tour and just released her tour live on Apple Music on Dec. 20, 2015. I have loved ... Read more »

6 Things To Do: February 2016

6 Things To Do: February 2016

Monica Salazar, Entertainment Editor
February 2, 2016 • 1,125 views
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February consists of different emotions for different people, depending on relationship status. Use this list to find events to spend with your significant other, or just to spend with friends whom you love just as much, maybe more. The Addams Family This year’s musical will be held at the MISD Center for Performing Arts f... Read more »

Softball Seniors Prepare for Final Season

Softball Seniors Prepare for Final Season

Jacob Friedberg, Staff Writer
February 1, 2016 • 458 views
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Senior Lisa Hart heads to after school open field practice. When she gets there, she works on her hitting and throwing to prepare for the upcoming softball tryouts. Hart's final year of tryouts went as planned by making the varsity team.  “I’ve been with softball throughout all of high school... Read more »

Reasons to Go to Open House

Reasons to Go to Open House

Jake Stacks, Staff Writer
February 1, 2016 • 507 views
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Open House: the annual showcase of all that a school does. But who really wants to go to school when you could be at home, the weight room, with your friends or almost anywhere else? We have compiled a list of reasons that could change your mind about attending this event. New Teachers New semester, new te... Read more »

Review: Church Clothes 3

Review: Church Clothes 3

Jake Stacks, Staff Writer
January 29, 2016 • 1,038 views
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Christian Hip-Hop artist Lecrae has received love from fans as well as criticism from some in pop culture. Now, with the unannounced release of his latest mixtape, Church Clothes 3, he has surprised loyal listeners and critics everywhere. After his release of “Anomaly” in 2014, the rap icon announced that he would be writ... Read more »

Just One of The Boys

Just One of The Boys

Hannah Shaffer, Staff Writer
January 27, 2016 • 1,546 views
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When people hear that I’m the only girl on battery (drumline for all of you non-band people), they get really confused. I understand, after all, I’m short, blonde, and quiet. No one would expect me to be the one with ten other boys on the football field at halftime, showing off after hours of grueling... Read more »

Down and Out: Athletes Battle Injuries

Down and Out: Athletes Battle Injuries

Rebecca Goodman, Staff Writer
January 26, 2016 • 1,219 views
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Junior and softball player Shelby Owens can remember exactly when her injury happened in a game this year. Turning to catch a ball, she stepped wrong and felt a pop. Known as a subluxation, her kneecap had dislocated and then went back in place, but not all the way. “I just stood there because it was hurtin... Read more »

6 Ways To Spark Creativity

6 Ways To Spark Creativity

Lexi Ellis, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016 • 919 views
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January can be the perfect month to celebrate new, refreshing contributions to our world, which would be so dull without the ingenuitive minds of great creators and inventors like Thomas Edison, or artists such as Picasso. Everyone wants to leave their own special mark on the world. Make yours this creativity month. ... Read more »