Archive | May, 2017

Grey’s Anatomy Review

By Jennifer Tellez Many people have heard about the show Grey’s Anatomy. This show has had many seasons, and it really gets to the viewers emotionally. Each character has a different story line, and you get so attached to these people individually. You fall in love with all these characters, and you get a good […]

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A work for inspiration

By Bridgette Montgomery “Did you know that the amount of people that die from diabetes, are three times of the ones who die from smoking?” Mohammed Qahtani says, “Yet, if I pull out a Snicker bar nobody will say anything…I used this argument, even though I just made it up.” This was the hook to […]

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A Long Way Gone book review

By Claire Hilleary The novel,  A Long Way Gone, has taught me so much about the experiences and aspects of the Sierra Leonean culture and how it differs from my own. It has taught me that children fighting in wars is actually and currently happening over there and most definitely in other countries as well. […]

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Fake News?

By Bridgette Montgomery What is your input on the topic about fake news stories and articles? Fake news stories are more popular than true, real news stories are now-a-days. This is a big argument of debate now.  A lot of people in the world want all the fake news to disappear from this world, but […]

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Becoming Open-Minded

By Claire Hilleary Before you go blurting out your opinion, that you know is ABSOLUTELY right & you just can’t stand the ignorance of the other person talking or the one that you’re arguing with, take a DEEP breath, and keep calm. There are many things you need to think about before you decide to […]

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How to binge watch a show

By Jennifer Tellez Do you ever really get into a show but seem to not have time to watch it? Well, don’t underestimate your ability to binge watch a show with limited time. Here’s what you do when you want to watch a show with limited time. Rule 1: Don’t sleep. This sounds a bit […]

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What to remember after graduation

By Jennifer Tellez This is it. As senior year comes to an end, there are things that students should keep in mind. I think the most important lessons we learned this year didn’t come out of a textbook but rather from the teachers. These teachers were in the shoes of the students, and they don’t […]

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Bubble tea

By Claire Hilleary Bubble tea is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Taichung in the 1980s. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed/shaken with fruit or milk, to which chewy tapioca balls and fruit jelly are often added. Some widely available fruit flavors include strawberry, green apple, passion fruit, mango, lemon, watermelon, grape, […]

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Addiction: A disease or a choice?

By Bridgette Montgomery What would your opinion be on this topic? This is a very popular question viralling all over the internet and social media lately. Why though? It is because there is a major problem around the United States dealing with people overdosing on heroine. This could and is a very touchy topic for […]

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Oyster Eating….. ALIVE!!!

By Shasta Curtis   Eating Oysters is something done world wide. They are low in calories, low in fat and a good source of protein which makes you feel fuller after eating. 4. Oysters are a good source of other essential nutrients. These include vitamins A, E, and C, zinc, iron, calcium, selenium, and vitamin […]

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