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Opinion: Jennings County, Not Brownstown, Is the Real Rival

Opinion: Jennings County, Not Brownstown, Is the Real Rival

Zachary Thompson, Lifestyle Editor
April 22, 2021

We all know the feeling of tension in the air every year in anticipation of the Jackson Bowl. Homecoming week giving us a broad display of themes, and events jam-packed into just 5 days, all for 1 game....

Changes With Age

Ally Leinart and Trina McDonald
April 13, 2021

I wish that I could fly/ Way up in the sky/ Like a bird so high/ Oh, I might just try,/ Oh, I might just try.   A little girl reading this poem might only see the surface of the...

Album Review: Retired from Sad, New Career in Business by Mitski

Album Review: Retired from Sad, New Career in Business by Mitski

Hannah Whitehead, Staff Writer
April 9, 2021

Mitski is an indie-pop singer whose songs truly hit close to home for a lot of people. The real and raw emotion she presents is genuinely impressive. I reviewed and summarized the album: Retired from Sad,...

Album Review: Bury Me at Makeout Creek by Mitski

Album Review: Bury Me at Makeout Creek by Mitski

Hannah Whitehead, staff writer
April 9, 2021

Indie-pop singer, Mitski, is taking the world by storm with her powerful and emotional voice. She writes songs that capture every feeling of love, loss, depression, struggle, etc. I reviewed Bury Me at...

The Future of Festivities

The Future of Festivities

Kayla Moriarty, Staff Writer
March 17, 2021

With the ongoing spread of a global pandemic, essentially all fairs, festivals, and other social activities were cancelled last summer. However, summer of 2021 could potentially be different. As more and...

Album Review: Lush by Mitski

Album Review: Lush by Mitski

Hannah Whitehead, Staff Writer
March 17, 2021

Mitski, a Japanese-American indie-rock singer, creates songs that speak for thousands. With her heartbreaking voice and emotional lyrics, anyone would be brought to tears. I reviewed her first album, Lush,...

March 13, 2020

March 13, 2020

Kylee Nowling, Editor
March 12, 2021

The day that changed everything was Friday, March 13, 2020. Almost a year has passed since we got the news that we would not be returning to school for two weeks. No one would have thought that we would...

The Mediocre 2020

The Mediocre 2020

Andrew Dickmeyer, Staff Writer, Weatherman
February 4, 2021

2020 was not a great year, but there were at least some upsides. Storm chasers line up for dramatic weather events, hoping to see their glimpses of the chaos, but after hearing about the complications...

2020 Reflection

2020 Reflection

Casey Regruth, Sports Editor
January 13, 2021

Due to an early morning basketball practice, I was fast asleep as the ball dropped on December 31, 2019, but I remember going to sleep that night hopeful about what 2020 might bring. It was supposed to...

A Year Full of Challenges

A Year Full of Challenges

Camryn Sterling, Staff Writer
January 13, 2021

2020. What a year. It all started the Friday before Spring break. I remember sitting in Geometry class when I got the news that our Spring break would be extended by two weeks. I immediately thought, "Yes!...

Double standards on college campuses

Double standards on college campuses

January 13, 2021

Trigger warning! Mature content below   For centuries women have been made to feel as if they’re objects and distractions to men. Sparking the conversation of rape culture in our modern lives...

2020, The Year for Growth

2020, The Year for Growth

Kylee Nowling, Editor
December 22, 2020

I find it ironic that as the ball dropped signifying the start of 2020, everyone cheerfully celebrated what was supposed to be the best year yet. I find this ironic because no one knew all the chaos in...

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