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Toads on Roads

Toads on Roads

Claire Elliott
May 21, 2021

To drive alone, on a rainy night, will often consolidate the soul. The vibrations of the music bring inner peace while the watery glisten of warm light...

As Good As Burnt Popcorn

As Good As Burnt Popcorn

Katelyn Styborski
April 25, 2021

Bad Chick Flicks - Watch them with your friends for the sake of making fun of them. You might find yourself unironically liking one, for the absurdity...

The Controversy of Flipped Classrooms

The Controversy of Flipped Classrooms

Kaiya Cronkhite
April 25, 2021

The Controversy of the Flipped-Classroom        Through popular controversy, the flipped classroom is being brought to the frontlines of criticism...

The Drip

The Drip

Emmalyn Meyer
April 20, 2021

In my opinion, nothing goes better with a meal than water. When it comes to eating out, I can definitely be classified as the “just water for me” customer....

The Education Situation

The Education Situation

Luke Land
March 24, 2021

The United States is one of the top countries in the world in education. Many people have varying opinions on the education system, especially teachers....

Among Us: An Unobservant Person's Perspective

Among Us: An Unobservant Person’s Perspective

Elyssa Huff, Copy Editor
December 15, 2020

     If anyone had told me at the beginning of 2020 that ostensibly the biggest game of the year would be a modernized version of the childhood classic...

A great toad.

Ceramic Toads

Claire Elliott, Junior Editor
December 14, 2020

      Sixty-seven percent of ceramic toads today are in ruin. The forgotten gnomes of our culture, these stone creatures suffer mainly two fates: decaying...

Things You Might Have Missed

Things You Might Have Missed

Ganga Subramanian, Writer
December 14, 2020

2020 has been one of the most eventful years in recent history, and it seems that the sentiment is shared by most people. But all things must come to an...

Why Avatar: The Last Airbender Is the Golden Standard for Storytelling

Why Avatar: The Last Airbender Is the Golden Standard for Storytelling

Ganga Subramanian, Writer
November 24, 2020

Over the nine month period that we’ve been spending in COVID nation, many of us have been forced to find new sources of entertainment. As a result, people...

Biden Our Time

Biden Our Time

Jacob Houser, Writer
November 24, 2020

As of November 7, the day this story is being typed, the Associated Press has called Joe Biden as the projected winner of the Presidential Election of...

The Canceling Among Us

The Canceling Among Us

Elyssa Huff, Writer
October 31, 2020

The tearful celebrity sits in front of a carefully placed phone, streaming her apology to millions of fans on Instagram Live. The week before, she was...

Rumors, Misinformation & Other Things Covid-19

Rumors, Misinformation & Other Things Covid-19

Ganga Subramanian, Writer
October 31, 2020

In the early hours of May 4th, an infamous video would make the rounds before eventually being taken down for good. The video in question, simply titled...

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