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Say “No!” to Space Tourism

Say

Kaya Perry, Co-Editor

October 24, 2019

Recently, there’s been talk of billionaires trying to make commercial space travel possible. This interests many people because only a few have actually been to space, and they were trained professionals. However, I think that commercial space travel is not a good idea, and it should not be supported....

The World Ending – My Theory

The World Ending - My Theory

Kaya Perry, Co-Editor

October 17, 2019

There are many theories as to how and why the world will end. Some say that the sun will expand, and others say that asteroids will bombard the earth such as they did when the dinosaurs were alive. However, I believe that the world won’t end, but the human race will. As society and technology have advanced over...

Haunted Places in South Carolina

Haunted Places in South Carolina

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

The state of South Carolina is filled with a rich history. It’s historical tales have created many ghost stories and haunted locations. “Hell’s Gate” in Spartanburg, SC is one of many haunted places in South Carolina. Also referred to as Oakwood Cemetery, Hell’s Gate is claimed to be one of...

Apple’s Newest iPhone

Apple’s Newest iPhone

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

September 22, 2019

It seems that Apple has a habit of hitting us with its newest iPhone every couple months.  Apple’s newest phone hit the stores last week - the iPhone 11. The iPhone 11 has a new camera, a new battery, new colors, a cheaper price, and much more, and the price starts at $699. Like the iPhone...

Melanie’s Comeback: K-12

Melanie's Comeback: K-12

Kaya Perry, Editor

September 20, 2019

Singer-songwriter and now producer, Melanie Martinez, released her second album on September 6, 2019, after a four-year hiatus. However, this album came with an extra treat for her fans: a full-length movie. The movie and album share the name K-12, and all 13 songs from the album are featured in the movie. ...

Tracking Devices in Student IDs?

Tracking Devices in Student IDs?

Matthew Winchester, Staff Writer

September 15, 2019

Some school districts have been debating putting tracking technology inside of student identification cards. There is much debate about whether this is a good idea or a bad one. There are many reasons schools want trackers put into identification cards, such as making sure students aren’t skipping...

An Editor’s Goodbye To CFHS

An Editor's Goodbye To CFHS

Shelbi Ankieweicz and Cassidy Duff, Editors

May 29, 2019

Dear Fellow Peers, This is my final writing for The Prowler - a letter of closing, of goodbyes and of “see you laters.” Soon all of the seniors will graduate. I, along with close friends, acquaintances, and classmates will get up to walk across the stage and shake the hands of all of the administrators at t...

Graffiti: Vandalism or Art?

Graffiti: Vandalism or Art?

Kaya Perry, Silver Streams Co-Editor

May 21, 2019

There’s an ongoing debate on whether or not graffiti should be considered art. Some argue that it can’t be art because it’s vandalism, while others say that it can be both. Personally, I believe that although it is vandalism, it’s also a form of art. Art teacher Mrs. Pantuso said, “It’s art...

The Show Must Go On: Queen is Back

The Show Must Go On: Queen is Back

Rebekah Anderson, Staff Writer

May 18, 2019

After the astounding release of the biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, the world-renowned band, Queen is making their comeback on stage. British singer-songwriter, Freddie Mercury, their lead singer passed away in 1991. He was known for being one of the greatest lead singers in the history of rock music. Mercury was a...

American Oppression

Helen Bass, Media Co- Editor

May 18, 2019

I think constantly about the timeline of American history and how recently the right to vote was given to many minorities. When many people speak upon the racial inequality in America, they obviously fail to remember that equality is a fairly new concept in America. Less than 100 years ago, only white ...

Shark Finning

Shark Finning

Kat Turner, Silver Streams Co-Editor

May 18, 2019

Did you know on average approximately 100 million sharks are killed a year for their fins? This is called shark finning, which is the act of cutting fins off sharks and discarding the rest of the body into the ocean and practically sentencing it to death. Once they retrieve the fins, they are put ...

Catcalling: It’s Harassment, Not Flirting

Catcalling: It's Harassment, Not Flirting

Kaya Perry, Silver Streams Co-Editor

May 14, 2019

Almost every girl has experienced some form of street harassment in her life. It’s often referred to as catcalling: being whistled at, being called by a pet name or even being honked at by a passing car. The list just keeps going. Why do people feel the need to say and do these things, and why does s...

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