Archive | December, 2014

Let It Snow Book Review

By: Faith Branson Let it Snow is a book that has three romantic short stories written by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. They take place in a bad snow blizzard that all the characters are stuck in. The stories are not about the same people, but the background characters tie them all together in […]

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Dancing is an Art/Passion

By Mariah Killian   There is an art/ passion that every person has; dancing is one of them. Moving with the rhythm and lyrics of music sets you free from daily burdens. When you dance, there is no one there to judge or stop you; it is just you and the music. You are in […]

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Handwriting: the connecting communicator

By Tori Nix Writing is defined as “a medium of communication by the means of inscriptions and symbols”. Everyday we write; whether it’s for a grocery list, a note, a school paper, or a story, we’re always writing. However, very few people write with paper and pen. In fact, many people have turned to Facebook, […]

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Picturing the Last of a First

By Faith Branson So I was reading a book by John Green called Paper Towns, which I highly recommend. It was a fantastic book and is now on my favorites list. However, the book got me thinking about how real senior year is. It didn’t hit me till I read that book that “Hey, I’m […]

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Bobcats

By Mariah Killian   Bobcats are killers, but they are cute killers. They generally reside in grasslands in warmer climates but are all throughout North America from Mexico to Canada. One of these locations is the Western Sierra Madre Oriental mountains in New Mexico and some of Arizona. Their scientific name is Lynx Rufus. Bobcats got […]

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