Archive | January, 2014

Nail Art

By Katie Harris Nail art is becoming more and more popular. The simple manicure has been around for 4,000 years and is now becoming more advanced. There are about 200,000 nail salons in the U.S. In 2010 the amount of nail technicians was up by 23%. There are many ways to get your nails designed […]

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“The Best Of Me” book review

By Tori Nix The Best Of Me is a novel written by Nicholas Sparks.The story focuses on two high school sweethearts who, after the death of a close friend, are reunited. The main themes associated with the book are drama and action. I enjoyed the book because it generally tells of two ordinary people who were […]

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Frozen

By Mariah Killian The new disney movie Frozen is out in theaters, and people love it. The movie is said to be fun, adventurous and unforgettable. In my opinion, the movie isgood, but it has a few flaws. Besides the stereotypical characters, this movie is supposed to be about sistership. The movie’s topic is quickly lost […]

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Panic! At the Disco plays in Columbus

By Kayla Bowermaster   Panic! At the Disco, a band mostly known for their hit song “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” played a concert for their newest album Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die at the LC Pavilion in Columbus on January 24, 2014. Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die, the […]

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Fighting for the Prize

  Fighting for the Prize By: David Wysong    When the common American thinks of football usually three words come to mind: the Super Bowl. Super Bowl Sunday is a huge day in America. Millions of Americans are gathered at the same time, watching this one game.     This years Super Bowl will be an interesting […]

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Teenagers using technology

By Kayla Bowermaster    It is impossible in this day and age to see a teenager without some kind of technology, like a smartphone, an ipod, or a tablet. These advanced pieces of technology have become common for people now, and teenagers seem to be using them the most. But are teenagers really better with […]

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Insurgent Book Review

By: Faith Branson Is one of your New Years resolutions to read a good series? Insurgent is the second book of the Divergent series written by Veronica Roth. Insurgent starts off right where Divergent left off, so its best to read these books in order from start to finish. Though you may find yourself reaching […]

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Martin Luther King Day Celebration

By Dakota Rench This past Monday we honored a man and a dream that inspired a nation to change for the betterment of equality and respect for all. This man’s name was Martin Luther King Jr. who was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. King, both a Baptist minister and civil-rights activist, had a […]

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Students talk sports injuries

By Sherry Boggs Everyone knows how dangerous playing any kind of sport is and now Piqua High School students are weighing in and retelling their experiences. On average, an estimated 2 million injuries occur in high school students with an average of 500,000 doctor visits and 30,000 hospitalizations.  The injuries students encounter vary from a […]

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The Last Song

A Movie Review By: Tori Nix The Last Song is a movie based off the novel, The Last Song, written by Nicholas Sparks. The movie stars Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. In the movie, Cyrus plays seventeen-year-old Veronica “Ronnie” Miller, a rebellious girl who is spending the summer with her dad. Hemsworth plays seventeen-year-old Will […]

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