Archive | April, 2015

Finally Leaving High School

By Faith Branson Well, here’s the thing, us Seniors here at Piqua High have 20 days left (not including weekends) thank everything that’s holy!!! I have been waiting for this since the second day I walked into this high school, MY FRESHMAN YEAR! Previously with the upperclassmen before me that I’ve watched graduate, I was […]

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Graphic Novels at Piqua High School

By Mariah Killian   Over the last few weeks Piqua High School’s Art Two classes have been working on graphic novels. First they had to create a plot line and title for their story, then they started character sketches of each main character, along with action poses for them. Afterwards they had to work on thumbnails for […]

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Building History

By Mariah Killian   Over the last few weeks Johnson’s Farm in Piqua, Ohio has been working on making a bungalow. This is a stick and grass made hut, that Indians use to live in. Jerry McKenna and helpers of his choosing, were invited to build this bungalow. McKenna is one of the oldest campers at […]

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‘The Longest Ride’ movie review

By Tori Nix The Longest Ride  is a movie based from Nicholas Sparks’ novel of the same name. The movie stars Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood as Sophia Danko and Luke Collins, as well as Alan Alda (Ira Levinson), Oona Chaplin (young Ruth), and Lolita Davidovich (Kate Collins). The movie, as well as the novel, […]

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Jordan Spieth wins Masters

By Andrew Lamphar One day they will write books about Jordan Spieth’s nerveless brilliance at the 79th Masters. They’re already rewriting the one comprising the tournament’s records. At the beautiful Augusta National, the 21 year old Texan’s in-breakable composure continued right to the end. We all know the cliché about how the Masters starts on […]

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Vacation

  By Mariah Killian   Over spring break for Piqua High School I traveled down to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Hilton Head Island is a very beautiful place with a variety of trees and a kind hearted community of people. Everywhere you walk there is a bike path; it substitutes for the sidewalks they […]

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Del Sol in the sun

By Mariah Killian   Del Sol is a store dedicated to selling and making items that have the ability to change color in the sun. Over the last few years this store and its market has blown up in certain parts of the U.S. Though still not well known, this place is creative and inventive. […]

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Furious 7 review

By Andrew Lamphar “Cars can’t fly! Cars can’t fly!”  said Paul Walker’s Brian to Vin Diesel’s Dom, while the two of them are in a car that’s, well, flying, in Furious 7. It’s been 14 years and a jaw-dropping $2.8 billion in worldwide box office since The Fast and the Furious debuted in the summer […]

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Spring is in Session

  By Mariah Killian   Spring is coming, and it’s coming quick. This is the perfect time of year when the air is fresh and the weather is just right. This is the season of new beginnings, when plants are in bloom, the sun is bright, and we experience the joy of not being cooped up. Spring […]

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Insurgent: Movie Review

By Faith Branson Last Thursday I saw the movie Insurgent, the second in the Divergent series. I’m a lover of the books and so far the movies are pretty good. Divergent, I felt like was really close to the book, but the movie Insurgent had it’s moments of brilliance when comparing to the book itself. […]

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