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Five Fun Things to Bake When You’re Bored

Five Fun Things to Bake When You're Bored

Naomi Nathan, Reporter

April 16, 2020

We have a lot of time on are hands because of this pandemic. So why not spend it baking something good? I tried to find recipes with things you can find around the house. If you make any of these recipes send a picture to my email ([email protected]). I found all the recipes on https://www.allrecipes.com/ happy baking! The first recipe I found...

Opinion: The Global Giant That Is Amazon

Opinion: The Global Giant That Is Amazon

Hadley Norris and Naomi Nathan

April 16, 2020

Now that it is 2020, we can look back onto the years of going to the mall with friends and sigh, we can look back and shudder at going out in our pajamas to target when our straightener breaks. Amazon is not only reshaping how we buy goods but the new age of technology means a new way to buy online....

Visit Big Bend For Your Next Vacation!

The Window

Hannah McDonough, Editor

April 10, 2020

Big Bend National Park is a beautiful place. It is far, about a seven hour drive, but it’s worth it. Whether you’re into camping or you want to stay in a hotel, this is a place for you! The park has a lot to offer. With mountains, a river, canyons, and desert, it is a true biosphere filled with all...

Gaming During A Pandemic

Gaming During A Pandemic

Joaquin Schere, Reporter

April 8, 2020

Trapped in cages of our own making, quarantine is one of the most stressful and boring things on Earth. To keep my sanity and to be able to at least make desperate attempts at communication with my friends and family, I've been playing a lot of video games. Playing solo games is great, but I've found...

Foods That Boost Your Immune System During Corona

Foods That Boost Your Immune System During Corona

Hadley Norris, Reporter

April 6, 2020

1. Leafy greens It’s a no brainer that vegetables are good for you but leafy greens like kale, cabbage, and spinach are really important for your immune system especially when it is compromised. Eating vegetables can help avoid getting sick and missing school. When you can’t get to the grocery ...

The Coronavirus Pandemic

The Coronavirus Pandemic

Hannah McDonough and June Jung

March 11, 2020

Updated 4/3 On January 7, 2020, health authorities in China confirmed the first cases of novel coronavirus. It started in Wuhan, China, but has been spreading quickly. According to worldometer, worldwide, about 789,925 active cases have been confirmed, but there are also about 282,956 closed case...

Tennessee Tornadoes

Tennessee Tornadoes

June Jung, Reporter

March 11, 2020

The state of Tennessee has had two monstrous tornadoes rip through it, injuring many and killing 24. East and Central Tennessee were most affected; the first tornado came in the middle of the night. With a two percent chance of "severe weather," no one saw it coming. Tornado Watch A tornado watch wa...

Powder Puff 2020

Powder Puff 2020

Jessie Van Den Berg, Editor

March 10, 2020

Powder Puff 2020 was a thrilling game. Coaching this year was Ms. Crain and Ms. Deitert. And the sponser of the year was the Trevor Project which “provides 24/7 support to suicide prevention for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer and questioning young people under 25.” This was chosen by th...

🧑📔of😀s – A history of emojis

🧑📔of😀s - A history of emojis

Shristi Dayal and Harmony House

March 9, 2020

Emojis have become a universal language. I’m sure everyone knows that emojis have become the language of the future🔮. Whether you’re sending a message to a friend🙋‍♀️ or emailing your colleague👨‍🎓, emojis are always useful in a message....

TikTok, the Addiction

TikTok, the Addiction

Jessie Van Den Berg, Editor

March 6, 2020

Social media apps are continuing to grow and ever since Tik Tok, a whole new world of careers and form of social media has been opened.  Tik Tok has gained popularity extremely fast. It is the most downloaded app in the app store along with over 33 million downloads. The majority of the apps users...

Gum, Helpful or Not?

Gum, Helpful or Not?

Jessie Van Den Berg, Editor

March 6, 2020

Everybody has their fidget. The leg shake, nail biting, putty, a little toy, twirling hair, and my fidget, gum chewing. I like this way of fidgeting because it keeps my mouth fresh, replaces my terrible nail biting, and helps me focus. So, I started thinking can gum scientifically help you remember and/or conce...

The Breakdown on Student Stress

The Breakdown on Student Stress

Hannah McDonough, Kavan Stewart, and Katie Flannagan

March 5, 2020

Student stress is a common issue that has come up a lot. Watch the video to get a breakdown on what student stress is, the symptoms, and how you can avoid it.