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Fall Fashion

Fall Fashion

Kendall Roberts, Levi Syfrett, and Pasha West October 20, 2021

As the seasons change, fall is right around the corner where many people bring out their favorite fashion trends. During the autumn season many people prefer thick, comfier clothing choices. The crisp,...

Book of the Week: What Light by Jay Asher

Book of the Week: What Light by Jay Asher

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic/Obsessive Reader October 20, 2021

What Light by Jay Asher is a romantic Christmas novel. With Christmas trees and Hot Chocolate, love is bound to be in the air. But for Sierra, Christmas has always been all business. Every year, her family...

Style Spotlight: Abbi Adams

Style Spotlight: Abbi Adams

Emma Carter and Tyler Guest October 18, 2021

Another fashionista, Junior Abigail Adams, comes to school with different clothing styles everyday. I asked a series of questions about her opinions of her personal style. Abigail says, “Style is such...

Style Spotlight: Joshua Lewis

Style Spotlight: Joshua Lewis

Emma Carter and Tyler Guest October 18, 2021

Senior Joshua Lewis never fails to impress everyone with his outfits. I asked him, “”What do you think of your own style?” He says, “I think my style is constantly expanding, I am becoming more...

Book of the Week: Dear Evan Hansen

Book of the Week: Dear Evan Hansen

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic/Obsessive Reader October 12, 2021

Dear Evan Hansen is a wonderful story about life and the way we live it. Having originally been a Broadway Musical, it is now a novel and a movie, as of September 24th, 2021. Evan Hansen feels as if he...

Mental Health: An Often Overlooked Aspect of Adolescence

Mental Health: An Often Overlooked Aspect of Adolescence

Rue Elder, Julia Strehler, and Aiden Williamson September 29, 2021

The most crucial factor all humans share is emotions. As teens, our minds are in the most fragile state of adolescence. To think school is a safe haven for our minds would be a deception. While we are...

Book of the Week: The Assignment by Liza Wiemer

Book of the Week: The Assignment by Liza Wiemer

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic/Obsessive Reader September 29, 2021

The Assignment is a book that explores topics like antisemitism and discrimination. Based on a real event, the book is about an assignment given to a class. Only a few students believe that the assignment...

Book of the Week: Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley

Book of the Week: Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic/Obsessive Reader September 23, 2021

The book, Highly Illogical Behavior, follows the intertwined stories of Soloman Reed and Lisa Praytor. Lisa wants out of their small town, while Soloman believes he will never leave. Lisa believes that...

Book of the Week: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart

Book of the Week: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart

Laci LaDuke, Book Critic/Obsessive Reader September 17, 2021

Genuine Fraud, written by E. Lockhart, is a book following the character Jule. She is an 18 year old with a passion for identity theft. She enjoys re-creating herself, having started at a young age with...

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