Archive | February, 2015

Diesel: Not So Dirty Anymore

By Andrew Lamphar If we could safe thousands of dollar without changing our daily routine, we would all do it right? But for some reason 96.7% of Americans don’t take advantage of this. Buying a diesel car will save you money and is the best way to go Eco-friendly when driving. How could driving a big […]

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Basketball Season 2015 says Goodbye to it’s Seniors

By Faith Branson Friday, February 20 was Senior Night for the Boys’ Basketball team, the Cheerleaders, and the student trainers. After the Senior Night during the past football season, I got to walk twice- once for Marching Band and the other for football cheer; I got emotional because of band, it was my last time […]

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Excessive workouts proven deadly

By Tori Nix Almost everybody loves to workout. They enjoy building muscle for either their self-enjoyment or for impressing others. However, some people take workouts to the extreme, and the consequences can be deadly. Exercising can be a great hobby, but for people who do it excessively, it can become an obsession. When you exercise, […]

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Australian Open Finals

By Andrew Lamphar Novak Djokovic won his fifth Australian Open title and his eight career grand slam while increasing Andy Murray losing record at Melbourne Park. Djokovic beat Murray 7-6, 6-7, 6-3, 6-0 in the final early Sunday morning (3:00 AM).  Murray had lost twice previously to Djokovic in 2011 and 2013 also to Roger […]

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2015 Grammy Recap

By Faith Branson On February 8, the 57th Annual Grammy Awards took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. All the performances went without a glitch, my personal favorites were Sam Smith whose voice could literally bring me to tears, and Hozier who performed his latest hit “Take me to Church” which I […]

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Rush: A movie review

By Andrew Lamphar On some level most every film has heroes and villains. Sometimes they aren’t always easily defined, but in the end there are moments and characters you cheer for and others you root against. In a sports drama, your hero and villain are most often more easily defined. Sure, the hero may have […]

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Valentine’s Day

By Mariah Killian   Valentine’s day is a time of shared love with friends, family and your significant other. Every year on February 14, we celebrate this holiday of love with the people in our lives. Most people who celebrate this holiday do so with their partner or someone they fancy. We go to great […]

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Absent parents and the effects on children

By Tori Nix In a perfect world, all children would live in happy homes with two loving, caring parents who are comfortable both financially and emotionally. However, reality is much different than fantasy, which means not all children have the same home life and opportunities as others. And many children grow up without one parent […]

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The Struggles are Strong

By Faith Branson I’ve noticed that students, not only at Piqua High School, but all over and becoming more and more stressed due to their amount of work. Here at Piqua we have 8 class periods without study halls. Now, we’ve always have had 8 classes, but we at least had a lab study hall […]

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Take a Chance of a Lifetime

By Faith Branson You’ve picked a college, you have a major, you know what career you want and you’re on your way to live your life however, what about traveling? Studying abroad is a pathway you can take on your road to discovery. You can go for long or short periods of time from 2 […]

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