Isis crisis spins out of control

Viewpoint

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Beheading innocent people, terrorizing towns, and threatening countries is just a portion of what the terrorist group Isis has been doing on a daily basis, aiming to get attention from the whole world. Isis, who calls themselves...

Halloween costumers rated MA for mature

Katlynn Archer, Columnist

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

As the temperature begins to fall, we break out the big sweaters, comfy boots, and those awful halloween costumes. Unfortunately, Halloween isn’t the way it used to be. As soon as we hit high school, Thing one and Thing two...

From my perspective: school spirit

Jennifer Chandler, Adviser

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

I recently overheard two of my students talking about NH and how we have ‘absolutely no school spirit’. They were making these comments after they returned from an away game at Bel Air High School where they were impressed...

Drawing parallels to Holocaust, Jessa Duggar hits major nerve

Viewpoint

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Like most visitors of the Holocaust Museum, the Duggar family (from the TV show 19 Kids and Counting) was extremely humbled by the experience. After walking out, Jessa Duggar posted a picture on Instagram accompanied by a lengthy...

Rewriting history: Colorado school system seeks curricular changes

Rachael Griffin, Columnist

October 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

In Colorado, students and teachers alike are protesting a curriculum change in A.P. U.S. History. Jefferson County has proposed “Materials should promote citizenship, patriotism, essentials and benefits of the free enterprise...

“Tolerant” atheist group protests prayer over injured teen,

Katie Bemb, Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

The issue of public prayer has been stewing over the last decade or so, as the line between religious freedom and freedom from religion has been blurred as the nation drifts from its Christian roots. A high school in Sanford, ...

You are what you watch

September 24, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

   BY KATLYNN ARCHER- HEALTH AND SCIENCE EDITOR   "I’m artistic. I like art, I’m very unique like that,"  exclaims  "Sammy sweetheart" on the reality TV show Jersey Shore. Now flip the channel to Here Comes Honey Boo B...

No excuse for big mistakes

Jenna Damron, Business Manager

September 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

A crime committed two years ago is finally brought to justice as two sides of the story clash against one another in an attempt to reveal the gruesome truth. David Barajas was on the road with his two sons, 12-year-old David...

No longer just Ferguson’s problem; Society’s problem

Sarah Chamberlain, Reporter

September 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Minding his own business on Saturday August 9, 2014, unarmed 18- year -old Michael Brown walked the streets of the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson; unaware it would be his last day on earth. It is still unclear as to why...

Pictue causes controversy; Hollywood stars at the center of scandal

Editorial, Reporter

June 5, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

EDITORIAL When pictures started surfacing of Willow Smith, 13, and Moises Arias, 20, on a bed together, social media sites everywhere started buzzing. Magclutchonline.com reported, “It [being on a bed together] is...

Opinion/Editorial