November 16, 2018

To make sure you’ve been creepin’ it real this spooky October, I checked out the hottest horror movies of 2018. And boy oh boy do I got boos for yo, do you have the guts to watch these films?

‘The Nun’

The Nun is the definition of a creepy movie. The sad thing is it lack...

October 18, 2018

The year is 2044, the sidewalks are conveyor belts, cars fly, and your dog can communicate with you via Bluetooth. Generation after generation, technology is evolving quickly. From the first Iphone in 2007, to the IphoneX in 2018, humanity is changing the way it lives,...

February 2, 2018

Running, crawling, carrying, swimming, hurdling, sweating, bleeding and swinging. This is just the basics of extreme races. Some may call it the Mud Run or the Spartan Race, but all have one thing in common, they push one’s body to its absolute limits.

Junior Julian Bof...

December 13, 2017

High School sailing is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. The high school  currently has a sailing club sport. It is held at Hoover sailing club and has 13 schools in Central Ohio that participate.

“I would recommend high school sailing to students...

October 18, 2017

There’s a lot of Orange pride in Central Ohio. Oh, I don’t mean Pioneer logo wear, I mean the orange traffic cones, detour signs and flaggers on every other block.

South Old State and Bale Kenyon have been under construction for about six months. With detours and roadbl...

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