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New genetic engineering turns people into Kangacats

New genetic engineering turns people into Kangacats

Allison Richards, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017


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Satire Happy National Companion Animal Day!! Have you ever looked at your animal companion (probably a cat) and thought “I would love to be you”? Well, now you can! With the Mewgaroo Hoodie from Unihabitat in Japan, you can now literally morph into a half breed of a cat and kangaroo. Why...

Cast and crew overcome difficulties

Cast and crew overcome difficulties

Briana Queen and Johnette Williams

April 11, 2017


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REVIEW By Johnette Williams On April 6th, 7th, and 8th, the theater department put on a production of the musical adaptation of “Little Women”. The theatre had an in-school matinee on Friday where students were able to skip their 2nd-4th periods and go to the play. “Little Women” was a m...

Cloud City hovers above NYC

Cloud City hovers above NYC

Margaret Hynes, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017


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SATIRE                 “We’re generating new architectural concepts as we speak. I have my best team working on the high-tech designs right now, producing and polishing some pretty cool stuff,” explains Richard Richie,...

2017 Solar Eclipse, WSHS says ‘Whaaattt??’

2017 Solar Eclipse, WSHS says ‘Whaaattt??’

Margaret Hynes, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017


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     “Yeah, it’s legit, man,” says Tony Tuscanini, a Charleston citizen. “I’m chill. Chilled out. WooHoo.”        According to WSHS, also known as the Weird Stuff Happening in Space Corporation, the solar eclipse that was expected to blackout...

Spock’s surfing on Titan, dude

Spock’s surfing on Titan, dude

Margaret Hynes, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017


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SATIRE    “With an active polar atmosphere, parallel climate activity (including rainfall, rivers, and more), and a freshly unearthed polar wind that is forcing gaseous matter from the stratosphere, Saturn’s moon, Titan, has always thought to have been harboring some natural life forms, w...

NEHS throws literature a party

NEHS throws literature a party

Margaret Hynes, Writer

March 9, 2017


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           NEHS, or the National English Honor Society, is a prestigious high school organization that celebrates the wonderful world of literature through various events and activities. One of these events include the annual NEHS literary dinner.          ...

Golden glitz & free date tips!

Golden glitz & free date tips!

Margaret Hynes, Writer

March 3, 2017


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SATIRE The iridescent luminosities are dimmed. The floor is crowded with swaying dresses and black tuxedo pants. Everyone has a date. But you. This Golden Glitz prom doesn’t seem to be going according to your plans. Here’s what to do when you seem to be dateless and stuck consuming massive wads of...

Valentine’s Day Blues – For all those single pringles out there

Valentine’s Day Blues – For all those single pringles out there

Margaret Hynes, Writer

February 23, 2017


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SATIRE Feeling down on Valentine’s Day because you don’t have a bae? Watching The Notebook alone and eating ice-cream all by yourself? Using your pillow or your dog as a cuddle buddy? Well, you’re not alone! There are so many single pringles out there that share your Valentine’s Day blues (a...

Your opinion counts too

Your opinion counts too

Johnette Williams, Writer

February 14, 2017


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OPINION Since Donald Trump’s inauguration as President of the United States of America on January 20th, there has been much opposition to the executive orders Trump has signed in his first days in office. Donald Trump has quickly tried to make many changes in our government and our country. Whether it...

Rogue One – Yes or No?

Rogue One – Yes or No?

Margaret Hynes, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017


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REVIEW        Opening with a stunning sprightly olive green landscape on the Outer Rim ice planet of Vallt, the audience is introduced to an exasperated Jyn Erso, daughter of former scientist Galen Erso. According to Mark Kermode of The Guardian, “Felicity Jones fr...

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