March 15, 2017

That dreaded time of the year for all single people like me is coming up and soon; Valentine’s Day. The day where all the single people pity themselves while all the lucky, taken ones are getting ready to spoil their significant other and be drowning in piles of flower...

February 21, 2017

Out of all the video streaming services, Hulu and Netflix are used most often. Everyone has their own opinion on which is better, so let’s take a look at the differences between the two.

Number of users

The number of users can really help tell which is more popular. Netf...

December 16, 2016

Recently, Chop5 Salad Kitchen opened on Polaris Parkway. It’s described as the Chipotle of salads but way healthier. There is a five- step process to eating at Chop5 Salad Kitchen. Step number one is to pick a salad, bowl or wrap. ($6.70) Next, choose the greens, rice...

September 23, 2016

As the years have gone by, it seems that the amount of privileges the senior class receives has declined. They start off high school as freshmen, looking forward to senior year and all that comes with it

But now what? I am in my senior year and a number of my favorite p...

September 23, 2016

Imagine you are running on the eld, up and down, again and again. You start to feel weak. You don’t want to do these drills over and over. You don’t want to x what the coach is yelling at you to do differently. So, you stop.

Student athletes can love a sport, but hate t...

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