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Outer Banks: Paradise on Earth

Outer Banks: Paradise on Earth

Anna Satterfield, Staff Writer/Media Assistant

May 15, 2020

Outer Banks is the newest Netflix show that has left everyone longing for summer adventures and fun times with friends. It is set in the Outer Banks, an island region off the coast of North Carolina, although it was actually filmed in Charleston.  The show begins by introducing a rivalry between the ...

The Day After Tomorrow Review

Liam Kenny, Media Writer

May 15, 2020

No matter if a person loves going to the theater or cuddling up on a couch, most of us love watching movies.  Action-packed thrillers are a favorite genre, and 2004’s “The Day After Tomorrow” doesn’t disappoint. This movie features Jack Hall (Dennis Quaid), Sam Hall (Jake Gyllenhaal), Laura C...

Randonautica: What is it?

Randonautica: What is it?

Kaya Perry, Editor

May 14, 2020

A new app called Randonautica has begun to take the TikTok community by storm. Being stuck in quarantine has people willing to do almost anything to get out of the house, which includes going to a quantumly-generated place.  Randonautica uses a quantum number generator to give its users, also known as rando...

Got Hobbies?

Got Hobbies?

Liam Kenny, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

Because of the shelter-in-place guidelines due to COVID-19, millions of people around the world have been out of school and working from home since the middle of March. Many have added new changes in their lives, such as eating new things, learning more about themselves or their families and trying ou...

San Andreas Review

San Andreas Review

Liam Kenny, Staff Writer/Media Assistant

April 30, 2020

There are a variety of movies in the world that involve natural disasters, including hurricanes, floods, landslides/mudslides and earthquakes. Despite the tragic situations, many viewers enjoy the excitement and adrenaline rush. One action-packed movie that involves earthquakes is called San Andreas. R...

Tiger King: Is It Worth the Watch?

Tiger King: Is It Worth the Watch?

Kaya Perry, Co-Editor

April 24, 2020

“Tiger King,”  the Netflix docuseries that took the world by storm with its drama-filled peek into the big cat community of the United States, has entertained the world while everyone is stuck at home. Wild is only one of the several words that can be used to describe this show. What started as a...

Is Fortnite for You?

Is Fortnite for You?

Liam Kenny, Staff Writer/Media Assistant

April 9, 2020

Millions of people around the world play tons of video games.  According to the Pew Research Center, more than eight-in-ten teens say they have a game console at home, and 90% say they play video games. Unfortunately, many of them involve violence. Six-in-ten adults feel that the amount of violence in ...

Watching TV – Pros and Cons

Watching TV - Pros and Cons

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

April 2, 2020

For most people, the television is hard to avoid. It’s our source for news, entertainment and more. According to a Nielson study done in 2017, the average U.S. consumer spends four hours a day watching TV. That’s about 28 hours a week. “I watch TV about five hours a day, and sometimes i...

No College Degree Necessary

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

Landing a high paying job doesn’t require an MBA degree. Actually, in many cases, it doesn’t require a bachelor’s degree. College isn’t for everybody. It takes many years to complete and will land a person in plenty of debt. There are dozens of occupations that reward their workers for sk...

Drugs: An Update

Drugs: An Update

Liam Kenny, Staff Writer

March 8, 2020

Despite drugs and alcohol being a "taboo" subject, teenagers experience major challenges due to the availability and peer pressure. In 2018, 7.1 million young people ages 12-20 reported that they drank alcohol beyond "just a few sips" in the past month. 4.3 million young people reported binge drinking...

Does Swearing Reduce Stress?

Does Swearing Reduce Stress?

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

For ages, parents and teachers have told us that swearing is bad, and we shouldn’t do it. However, did you know research has proven that cursing is good for you and can actually relieve stress? According to researchers at Keele University, swearing and yelling raises your heart rate, which activat...

The Best Japanese Places Around Town

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Kaya Perry, Co-Editor

February 27, 2020

There are several spots in and near Myrtle Beach that offer great Japanese food, but which one is the best? I’ve visited some of these restaurants, and my opinion is as follows: Nagoya is a small, hole in the wall restaurant; it’s located by Food Lion on Highway 544. Only locals of the area kn...

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