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Peyton Manning: the Most Overrated NFL QB

March 6, 2017 7:31pm | Kayson Roe

The only thing quarterback Peyton Manning should be known for during his time in the NFL is being very overrated. He has not accomplished enough to be considered the best quarterback in the NFL. I believe Tom Brady holds that title. I have good reasons […]

Why Tom Brady is the Best Quarterback to Ever Live

February 13, 2017 7:52pm | Kayson Roe

No one can really argue that Tom Brady isn’t one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. But is he “the” best quarterback of all time? For me, the answer is yes. Why is he the best quarterback? Well, let’s look at what he has […]

Lady Gaga Wows at Super Bowl

February 10, 2017 7:57pm | Mackina Chamberlain

Lady Gaga performed during halftime at the 2017 Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 5. The eight-song show contained a few of her top hits, and some say it held a hidden political message. She started her set off with a beautiful rendition of God Bless […]

Alex Smith’s Future with the Chiefs

January 24, 2017 7:40pm | Kayson Roe

Should the Chiefs cut Alex Smith, the best quarterback they have had in years, or try to make it work? That is the question many people have been asking since Sunday, Jan. 15, after the Chiefs lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Alex Smith has been […]

Sexual Education

March 11, 2016 1:49pm |

Most students have vague recollection of a video shown to them in 5th grade. Boys and girls were separated, and both groups watched a video about their bodies. That was it. Then two years later you have a sex education course in your health class. […]

Why Donald Trump should be president

February 5, 2016 2:10pm |

This article is for satirical purposes only and not meant to be taken seriously. It’s just a prank, bro.   With the upcoming election this November, there is a flurry of presidential candidates. However, there’s only one that you should vote for, and I can […]

Palm oil diet helps save dying species

November 19, 2015 1:46pm |

According to Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia (BOSA), roughly 50 percent of all supermarket goods contain an ingredient called palm oil. It is a vegetable oil that comes from the mesocarp of the fruit of the oil palms. Oil palms are found in hot, damp rainforests. […]

Electricity power outage leaves students with half day

April 9, 2015 12:34pm |

We got to school at 7:30 a.m. and . . . Wait? Where are the lights? Hallways were dark, some classrooms had no light, the flickering lights only illuminated some and others had full power. “We had 11 classrooms without lights or flickering lights,” said […]

“Dance Moms,” “Toddlers and Tiaras” advertise big-girl behavior for little girls

March 27, 2015 2:50pm |

There is nothing more exciting than when I turn on my TV and see girls as young as six years old dancing across the stage in what I think were meant to be clothes but did not quite make the cut. Oh, and it gets […]

Books still hold their power

March 27, 2015 2:43pm |

In eight words, Stephen Chbosky explains the intricate dynamics behind an abusive relationship. In seven books, J. K. Rowling exemplifies how hope can overcome any obstacle. In 233 pages, Tim O’Brien allows his readers to walk side by side with him through the war zones […]