Digital outcry, thirsty for attention

Cassidy Miller, Columnist

February 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Recently I have been noticing some fishy things on popular social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. And no, I don’t mean fishy like spam or ads. There have been so many people thirsty for attention and more importantly,...

Judge for yourself, Teen suffering from Affluenza or ignorance

Katie Bemb, Reporter

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

On December 10, 2013, a 16-year-old boy in a Fort Worth juvenile court in Texas was sentenced to 10 years of probation after he confessed to intoxication manslaughter in the June 15 crash that killed four pedestrians. He is currently...

School shootings: tragedy strikes weekly

EDITORIAL

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

It seems as if every week there’s a new school shooting tragedy splayed across the front page of the news.This week, it’s Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico. On Tuesday, January 14, when students were...

Target security breach magnifies, customers outraged over cyber attack

Grace Macatee, Op/Ed Editor

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

On December 19, 2013, Target disclosed that over 40 million customers who used a credit or debit card at one of its stores from Nov. 27 to Dec. 15 had their payment card numbers stolen in a cyber-attack. Investigators traced...

Struggle of looking decent

ALEXIS LYTTLE, Reporter

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

To anyone who can wake themselves up at the crack of dawn, paint their face with makeup, and pick out an outfit that is presentable to the rest of society, I applaud you. One thing I will never understand is how someone...

Poor decisions by Board make students suffer

Caitlin King, Sports Editor

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

When I entered high school I knew I wanted to do more at school than just any ordinary student. I wanted to get myself involved because getting involved in so many different programs makes the high school experience so much more...

She Said: Snow Days

JENNA DAMRON, Business Manager

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

It’s 6 AM when that annoying buzzing sound rouses me from my enjoyable sleep. I roll over, unlock my phone screen and get blinded by the light. I lay in bed a few minutes to get my vision back before shoving the warm covers...

Smoking toddler

EDITORIAL

February 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Toddlers can not easily discriminate right from wrong, and they are taught how to walk, talk and interact with other people. Being taught to play hide and seek, playing peek-a-boo or even using kid friendly apps on an...

Course selection showdown: Time to pick right classes

Hailey Miller, Reporter

January 30, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

I know it seems impossible to think about making decisions about next year’s schedule when you have just gotten through the first half of your current one, but you need to start thinking. Like realllllllly thinking. It...

Lengths people go to help others in need

Hailey Miller, Columnist

December 18, 2013

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The news is filled with images of things that make us doubt the humanity of mankind. But on a rare occasion, we are lucky enough, even if it is vicariously, to live in a moment that restores our faith in the compassion of...

Opinion/Editorial