Archive | May, 2014

From Juniors To Seniors

By: Faith Branson Class of 2014 are graduated and now it’s time for the 2015 seniors to step it up. We have some shoes to fill and new paths to make. It seems like just yesterday we were in the last week of 6th grade and we were practicing our timing in between classes and […]

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Memento Movie Review

By Kayla Bowermaster   Filled with action and suspense, twists and turns, Memento(2002) is an amazing thriller that is a must-see for anyone who is a fan of thriller movies. Memento is about Leonard(played by Guy Pearce), who suffers from short term memory loss, which he got after he and his wife were attacked in […]

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“Boy Nobody” book review

By Tori Nix Boy Nobody is a book written by Allen Zadoff. It follows a sixteen-year-old boy, Zach Abrams, who is in a teen assassination program, known as The Program. Zach goes from city to state; he gets close to his target’s family. Going under a different name, Zach kills his target using a specialized […]

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Worming: a new dangerous trend

By Mariah Killian   Worming or eye licking, is a new trend going around schools in Japan. This is something that most young lovers in Japan have started, after kissing gets boring. The trend then picked up, and like most rumors, the trend reached the ears of the UK. The name of this eye licking […]

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Vist Kings Island

By Katie Harris When you think of Kings Island, the first thing that come to mind is fast thrilling rides. Kings Island is home to some of the fastest, highest, and longest roller coasters in the country. Kings Island isn’t only a place for kids, they also have rides that teenagers and adults would love. […]

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Meeting clothing standards or falling below?

By Mariah Killian   A lot of students and staff here at the Piqua High-School have been complaining about the dress code. The students are either under dressed or just a little too impressive. Since the warmer seasons have hit, shorts and skirts have been going on. People claim these shorts are too short, and […]

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To Write Love On Her Arms

By Faith Branson To Write Love On Her Arms or also known as TWLOHA is a non-profit organization that helps teenagers who have suffered or are suffering from mental health problems. A part of their mission is to give teens hope, faith, and the courage to keep going even if it’s day by day or hour […]

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Oddities on Science Channel

By Kayla Bowermaster      History and abnormality blend together in a perfect mix on the Science Channel’s wonderfully entertaining show, Oddities. Oddities is a documentary-type reality show that follows a store in New York called Obscura: Antiques & Oddities. As made obvious by the name, Obscura is an antique store, dabbling more in the […]

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How I Live Now Movie Review

By: Dakota Rench War is always the harbinger of death, annihilation, and absolute melancholic living. But in the movie, How I Live Now, war brings 15 year old Daisy the greatest opportunity to build herself into the woman she truly wants to be. Set in near future United Kingdom, tensions between multiple countries are growing […]

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Get ahold of yourself: dealing with stress

By Sherry Boggs   Most high school students understand all too well about the struggles of dealing with stress.  From being loaded down with homework to studying for tests to worrying about everything needed for graduation, stress can overwhelm a person.  But there are ways to get through it.  Just follow these five ways to […]

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