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Red Nation falls apart

Posted on 22 October 2014

Kaydence Dewoody @Kaydewoods [Staff Writer] It goes without saying that Red Nation has gone down hill in the last couple of years. The student section used to take up the whole entire bleacher portion they were assigned to at football, basketball, and other  games. Now we’re lucky if its even half full. We’ve had good seasons [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Media Associate takes library by storm

Posted on 21 October 2014

Emma Hartman @Steal_Your_Hart [Staff Writer] A new school year brings new changes. With new classes, news students, and new schedules, there is one change we might have overlooked. Mary Brandhurst, the new library media associate, is not truly a newbie to the job considering she had worked at the high school for seven years. Brandhurst has [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Snapchat: innocent app or horror story?

Posted on 20 October 2014

Alex Coleman @AlexColeman831 [Web Editor] Apps. Flappy Bird, 2048, Fruit Ninja; popular games that hundreds of thousands of people have owned and played on their cellular devices. Social media. Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr: a form of communication other than text or phone call between individuals. All of these are offered right at our fingertips, and with the [...] Continue Reading

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Features

‘Revelation’ stresses over changes

Posted on 16 October 2014

Chloe Mallon @Chhhoe17 [Opinion Editor] With finals week, no school on Friday, and crazy schedules, fitting show choir practice on schedules is hard for some of the high schoolers. With lots of students not being able to attend practices enough, Marion’s prep show choir, Revelation, has not had the greatest season so far. Just last night [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Homophobia: irrational fear of homosexuals.

Posted on 16 October 2014

Emma Hartman @Steal_Your_Hart [Staff Writer] A common theme shown by homosexuals and others who support the gay rights movement is using “homophobia” to describe people who do not share the same views as them on gay rights and gay marriage. Why should someone be declared “afraid of homosexuals” because they don’t support a gay lifestyle choice? [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Ebola: accident or government conspiracy?

Posted on 16 October 2014

Skylar Miller-Baker @Skylarmbaker15 [Activities Editor] Many People believe in government conspiracies. People believe that the government is out to get us, one student more than others. Ciara Ford, junior, is a strong believer that the government released ebola to diminish the population of the world. “The government definite released ebola. First of all, the ebola was under [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Tips and tricks for finals

Posted on 13 October 2014

DeLaney Fisher @DeLaney_Fisher [Co Executive Newspaper Editor] Today is October 13th, and all through the halls blood pressure is rising. As if school, sports, homework, and other various activities weren’t enough, now students have the added stress of finals. For some classes, it’s final projects that are due or final papers, and for others it is a [...] Continue Reading

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Entertainment

The Judge is now in session in theaters

Posted on 10 October 2014

Deshaun Quinn @Quinntowers_2 [Staff Writer] This week, a lot of new movies hit theaters all around the world. The movies range from action, to drama, with some in comedies in between. One film in particular is catching attention, The Judge with the Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall. Other actors are in the film such as [...] Continue Reading

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