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The Expansion of Diversity in Hollywood

The Expansion of Diversity in Hollywood

By Graham Jones and James Roach

October 16, 2018

Filed under Commentary

In 2018, Hollywood finally took a chance and produced films starring diverse casts such as “The Me...

Video Game Central: The Dawn of Smash Bros Ultimate

By Nicolas Brown, reporter

October 8, 2018

Filed under Arts, Columnists, Entertainment

the ins and outs of Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

Bootlegs and B-Sides

Bootlegs and B-Sides

September 12, 2018

Bang Bang Rock and Roll-Art Brut The term “art brut” was originally coined by French artist Jean Dub...

Comedy vs. Comedian

Comedy vs. Comedian

June 9, 2018

Since the Harvey Weinstein revelation about a year ago, many famous men have been exposed for abuse of ...

Sleepy Schools

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Tons of coffee, multiple alarms, heavy eyelids in first period classes, forcing yourself out of bed. These are things that I hear about and experience frequently in a school district with classes starting at 8:15. At first glance it may not seem like 8:15 is such a bad time to start. But I, along with many other student...

A Special Sense of Smell that Saves Lives

By Sam Linder, Reporter

May 18, 2018

Filed under Commentary

In 2016, the number of positive patients that had been incorrectly pronounced healthy by their clinics, but were correctly identified by the HeroRATs, surpassed 10,000.

Modern Feminism: The Healthy Body

Modern Feminism: The Healthy Body

By Violet Radmacher-Willis, Reporter

May 10, 2018

Filed under Columnists, Commentary

The healthy body is something many people have a misconceived definition of.  A healthy body can be any...

New Trial Granted for Adnan Syed of “Serial”

New Trial Granted for Adnan Syed of “Serial”

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

May 8, 2018

Filed under Commentary

In 2000, Adnan Syed was convicted of kidnapping and murdering his former girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. On Mar...

Grab n Go: Kati Portland

Grab n Go: Kati Portland

May 8, 2018

As the year comes to an end you might be getting tired of your normal lunch spots— everybody is. Be...

Keep it Simple

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

May 8, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Finally, after a long day of school, you walk into your room. Piles of clothes lay on the floor, the bottom layer forgotten. Books collect dust on their shelf as they become squished against added novels. Old elementary school art and papers sit under the bed, and start to yellow. Funky frames with aged pictures hang crooked...

One of Our Planet’s Present Problems: Pieces of Plastic

By Sam Linder, Reporter

April 24, 2018

Filed under Commentary

On Feb. 3, a Cuvier’s beaked whale was found stranded in the shallow waters off the coast of Sotra, a small Norwegian island. This already came as a surprise because these whales aren’t normally found near Norway, only ranging as far north as Scotland in the eastern part of the Atlantic Ocean. However, wardens were ...

Poisoned Pop?

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

March 19, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Sugar. We know too much is bad for us, yet we are addicted. This sugar addiction comes from several sources. One cause of sugar addiction is the dopamine release when we consume sugar. Everytime people eat, see or think about sugar, dopamine neurotransmitters send signals to the brain and play a major role in reward-motivated be...

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