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Dining with Daniel: Food, Friends, Comfort

Daniel Milne, Food and Lifestyles Editor

December 3, 2010

Filed under Opinion

 Food is essential to life, because of the nutrition factor and for a sense of comfort.  Proteins, starches, spicy, sweet, breakfast, dinner-there are numerous characteristics which define food, and everyone has their spec...

W.W.J.D.?:When trouble comes knocking, punishment quickly follows…

Jen Davis, Entertainment Editor

December 3, 2010

Filed under Opinion

 Something happened to me recently- something scary, enraging and all around not fun to experience; something I never thought I would have to go through: detention.  It happened one day about a month ago when I was in c...

Livin’ Good With Livingston: Sports will always be competitive

Matthew Livingston, Sports Editor

December 3, 2010

Filed under Opinion

   A lot of people complain that a sport loses its fun when it becomes competitive. Some people just want to play sports for the love of the game and sometimes just to stay in shape. And nothing is wrong with that, but competition...

Story Time with Mother Goose: Trying new sports, getting back into shape

Kaylie Eichholt, Editor-in-chief

December 3, 2010

Filed under Opinion

   Getting back into shape can be difficult especially when you want to find something new to do.    Over the summer, I decided to try out different sports to vary my workouts so they would not get too boring.  I was in...

Sarah’s Soap Box: Break the habit, fight procrastination

Sarah Milne, News/Opinion Editor

December 3, 2010

Filed under Opinion

   Just as the due date of a particularly important project, paper or test approaches, the monster that is procrastination strikes upon innocent students.    Try as we might, this monster magically manages to make mundane...

Point-Counterpoint: Classics contain lessons and style important to our literary education

Michael Purcell, Online Editor

December 1, 2010

Filed under Opinion

   Year after year, students leave the bookstore low on cash and newly armed with an arsenal of literature classics and their handy Spark Notes.  From A Tale of Two Cities to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the question is b...

Point-Counterpoint: “Classic” books, though honorable, should not be forced upon unenthused audiences

Sarah Milne, News/Opinion Editor

December 1, 2010

Filed under Opinion

   In English classes throughout the world, students are forced to become acquainted with literary classics like The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, A Tale of Two Cities and Romeo and Juliet. I applaud these novels for lasting c...

Story Time with Mother Goose: Learn from my mistakes

Kaylie Eichholt, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2010

Filed under Opinion

   Let me begin by explaining that although this is my third year of journalism, I have never written a column before.  I decided that my column should be uplifting and hopefully you will learn something from it.    ...

Point-Counterpoint: Halloween is a timeless holiday for all ages

Jenifer Davis, Entertainment Editor

October 17, 2010

Filed under Opinion

 On Halloween, thousands of kids, teens and adults put on their most creative costumes in preparation of holiday festivities.  Kids, along with some sort of guardian, typically go from house to house in search of special Halloween...

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