The Divided States of America

The United States 2016 Presidential election will go down in history as one of the most controversial, crazy, and tumultuous elections of all time. Both party’s nominees, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, had very low public approval ratings, and most Americans were wondering how those two were able to even win their primaries. In the…

The Year 2016 in Review: Music

by Sammy Smith The year 2016 was an interesting year for music. Although there were duds from some major artists, music lovers got to experiences many works of art as well. We lost some of the all-time greats (R.I.P. Prince, David Bowie, George Michael, Phife Dawg, etc.), but we also gained some new icons. As…

The Year 2016 in Review: Film

by Justice Skinner Keep in mind this list is not in order. This is a list of 16 of the great movies in film this year, which means that some great movies will be left out. Enjoy! Deadpool The hilarious box-office surprise of the year, the R-rated mercenary with a mouth did more than expected…

Advice for College Applicants

by Adam Dreyfuss The college application process is one that can be described with a nice plethora of words. I have heard people use the words stressful, nerve-wracking, and exciting amongst others. Personally, I agree with all three words as good descriptions of this process. ● Stressful: The college application process can be very stressful….

Four Years Later

by Brandon Liguori High school is said by numerous of people as four unforgettable years that can be positive, negative, or a combination of both. Looking back, throughout my four years, I have experienced drastic changes: from making new friends to losing old friends, new activities, and a new attitude. We always find ourselves looking…

Supreme Leaders

by Austin Hegmon The most iconic North American streetwear brand is back at it again. Supreme has released their 2016 Fall/Winter line to the public. Shirts, pants, hats, and even noodle bowls flooded the previously closed website. Per usual, most of the interesting stuff sold out within a day. Thankfully, most the items get put…

Transition Period

by Justin Spaeth High school for me was filled with some of the best memories in my life. I had made friendships with people that will surely last a lifetime. During my first years of high school, it was truly a tough time for me. I felt like an outsider I still felt like I…

Sneaks This Week: Summer Review

by Peyton Gallaher Ok, it’s been a minute kiddies. I’d come up with some bogus excuse for why you haven’t seen this in about two months, but that’s a waste of your time. I’ve missed a lot this summer. Therefore, this addition will be devoted to what my favorite summer kicks were. For all three…

#BerryStrong

by Peyton Gallaher “Eric Berry has lymphoma.” A mother tells her son that his childhood idol and all-time favorite football player has been diagnosed with cancer. This is what defined my Monday, November 24, 2014. When I heard the news, I was shocked. One minute I had this image of a perfectly tuned, athletic human…

There’s Strength in Love

by Justin Spaeth Everything I have learned about women and relationships, I attribute to my grandpa teaching me. He taught me at a very young age to always treat the women you come in contact with with the highest level of dignity, compassion, and respect. This was coming from a man who was married over…

My Role Model

By Brandon Martin Everyone has a role model. While some look up to athletes or movie stars or musicians, I don’t look up to any of these people. My role model is my grandpa. My grandpa has always been my role model ever since I can remember. It was my grandpa that influenced me the most…