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Why I Shop at Goodwill

Why I Shop at Goodwill

Kaya Perry, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019


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Growing up, I was always told, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and Goodwill proves this to be true. When I tell people I get most of my clothes from Goodwill, they give me the funniest looks, but I just brush them off because I know how amazing this place really is. The best pa...

The Hate You Give (THUG)

The Hate You Give (THUG)

Haylee Adkins, Staff Writer

January 26, 2019


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The Hate You Give (THUG) is a movie about a younger girl Starr who loses a friend to a terrible tragedy. She has to overcome speaking about the incident to get justice. Along the way, Starr faces challenges of who her friends are and tries to discover who she really is. Amandla Stenberg plays Starr...

Series Review: American Vandal

Series Review: American Vandal

Caelia Allen, Staff Writer

January 17, 2019


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In 2018, I found myself taking a chance on teen-based television shows. Normally, they are cliche, dumbfounded and awkward...not the good kind. Surprisingly, I found myself blown away upon discovering the precious and perhaps silly gem known as “American Vandal.” Unfortunately, this amazing, down-to-ear...

Today’s Dating Scene

Today’s Dating Scene

Haylee Adkins, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018


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In my opinion, I do believe that dating is a thing of the past. People don’t take the time to sit down and get to know each other. Same-sex relationships had a harder time when dating in the twentieth century. Many people had to deal with others saying hateful words to them. Even today many men ...

Growing Up & Losing Friends

Growing Up & Losing Friends

Jessica Cedeno, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


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The saying “the more you grow up the less friends you have” is widely known and even though this idea can be challenging; it's part of life. As one matures, the connections formed with acquaintances become less of a priority while strong true friendships are the ones we feel the need to keep closer...

The Haunting of Hill House

The Haunting of Hill House

Haylee Adkins, Staff Writer

November 19, 2018


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  The Haunting of Hill House is a book written by Shirley Jackson. Netflix decided to make a TV show based off the book; however, the book is slightly different. The book is about a young doctor contacting several characters to join him in the Hill House to see if it is really haunted. There are small...

Busch Gardens Howl-O-Screams

November 11, 2018


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Busch Gardens Williamsburg is an amusement park by day. However, during the month of September and October, it transformed into a haunted attraction called Howl-O-Screams. It had haunted houses, scare zones, and entertainment. Busch Garden even had a Sesame Street Halloween party for little kids, starring...

Halloween

Halloween

Shelbi Ankiewicz, Editor

November 1, 2018


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It was a dark Saturday night as my friend and I wondered into the movie theatre. We purchased our snacks and then grabbed our seats front and center. Ten minutes went by and the lights dim as the Halloween theme music began to play.    The original Halloween film was released in 1978. It was about a boy named...

In Real Life Concert Review

In Real Life Concert Review

Cassidy Duff, Media Editor

October 29, 2018


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On October 6, I spent my Saturday night singing my heart out and dancing to my favorite boy band songs. I finally got to see In Real Life in concert at the Music Farm in Charleston with my sister. In Real Life is a boyband that not many people recognize. They began their journey on an ABC show cal...

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: Review

Jessica Cedeno, Staff Writer

October 22, 2018


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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, a novel by Jenny Hany, became a Netflix Original that has won over the hearts of many in the last couple of months. The star of the movie, Lana Condor, plays 16-year-old Lara Jean. She is very close to her older sister Margot but has a secret crush on her boyf...

Small Foot

Small Foot

Haylee Adkins, Staff Writer

October 18, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Small Foot is a fantasy/musical film that depicts how the Yeti sees human,s or as they call them, a “Small Foot.” The friendly Yeti Migo is convinced that humans are real. He has to prove to his tribe that they do exist with the help of Meechee, Percy and other friends. Migo, who is played ...

Venom (2018) Review

Venom (2018) Review

Hannah Ali, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018


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Hyped up on my Monster energy drink and chocolate almonds, I entered the theater to watch the movie I longed to see since the first trailer: Venom. Produced by Sony and MARVEL Studios, this movie was definitely a must-see, and I was not disappointed. Venom entered theaters everywhere on Friday, Octob...

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