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PBS Kids in Retrospect

PBS Kids in Retrospect

March 30, 2022

     The year is 2010. You sit in front of your box television, juice box in hand, as it flickers on and off every couple of minutes, dying a slow death....

Mainstream Misconceptions

Mainstream Misconceptions

Kaiya Cronkhite, Writer/Designer
November 19, 2021

How did George chew his Thanksgiving dinner?: This one is possibly the most believed misconception regarding the leaders and significant figures of our...

A History of Halloween

A History of Halloween

Kaiya Cronkhite, Writer/Designer
October 26, 2021

  Halloween originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain, where people would light bonfires to celebrate and wear costumes to ward off spirits....

The Billboard Top 10

The Billboard Top 10

Ganga Subramanian
May 24, 2021

Ever since the fateful day of August 4th, 1958, Billboard has been regularly updating the popular Hot 100 list. It started out as a simple music magazine...

Whats Poppin?

What’s Poppin’?

Elyssa Huff, Copy Editor
February 26, 2021

Welcome to the first edition of “What’s Poppin?” a column that keeps up with the latest pop culture news of the world. Since pop-culture is becoming...

Student Musicians

Student Musicians

Julia Epling, Writer and Designer
December 15, 2020

Many Homestead students are involved in an activity that is based around music. Whether that be show choir, orchestra, marching band or jazz band, there...

Ultimate Christmas List

Ultimate Christmas List

Julia Epling, Writer and Designer
December 15, 2020

Believe it or not, Christmas is quickly approaching, which means you may or may not have started your endless hours of online and in-person shopping hours....

Movies and Books for Winter Break

Movies and Books for Winter Break

December 14, 2020

      With winter break coming, the landscape begins to freeze while the rigidity of our schedule melts. However, there are few things as horrid, even...

The Old New

The Old “New”

June Hill
February 12, 2019

It is Feb. 15, 1950. The theater is dark and hushed, and the audience waits in anticipation as the starting credits role. As the movie progress and Cinderella...

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