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The fanatics guide on how to download Insanity

The fanatics guide on how to download Insanity

Ahmar Rogue Hunley, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016

In this era of discovery, modern day technology has granted an ever-increasing perspective into the lives of others. Most of us cannot begin to imagine life without the option to broadcast all aspects of our lives through social media. Through this phenomenon, we ultimately become voyeurs and exhibitionist...

Top 5 technologies we wished we had as kids

Top 5 technologies we wished we had as kids

John Kline, Editor

November 28, 2016

As kids, our imagination had few boundaries when it came to playing. Unfortunately, our world did. Anything could be used for something. We turned simple sticks into swords and spears, a shirt or blanket became a cape, and a pillow transformed into a shield or a projectile for fighting with friends....

Power, blood and enlightenment

Power, blood and enlightenment

Brandi Flores, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016

One of the most haunting and shameful aspects of American history is that we segregated people according to race and skin color. In the world of the novel Red Queen, written by Victoria Aveyard, conditions are similar, with people separated by the blood colors of silver and red. The animosity between...

Mysteries of the moon

Mysteries of the moon

Brandi Flores, Staff Writer

May 13, 2016

]Though the original myth of Cinderella takes back to the 17th century, author Marissa Meyer re-envisions the age-old tale with a futuristic twist to the fairytale, complete with persecuted cyborgs, moon colonies, benevolent robots and a strong heroine who doesn’t need a prince to find her fortune. Cinder...

Controversial novel portrays horrors of child slavery

Controversial novel portrays horrors of child slavery

Naloni Smith, Staff Writer

April 21, 2016

Did you know that each year, nearly 12,000 Nepali girls are intentionally or unwittingly sold by their families into a life of sexual slavery? Worldwide, nearly half a million children are being trafficked into slavery, and that is the story author Patricia McCormick depicts in her novel Sold. The...

Call of Duty Black Ops 3: The King Returns

Call of Duty Black Ops 3: The King Returns

John Kline, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016

In the history of first-person shooters, there has never been such a recognizable franchise as Call of Duty. Ever since the first game came out in 2003, it has sold millions of copies. Its arena style gameplay in multiplayer, the inclusion of zombies and an interesting set of stories drew countless fans....

Honeymoon: a trip into romantic darkness

Honeymoon: a trip into romantic darkness

Naloni Smith, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016

Lana Del Rey sings about the dark truth we all eventually discover about romantic love: it’s always a risk. The ones you love may not care as much as you’d hoped or stay around as long as long as you’d like. Her music is an undeniable reminder that the promise of a perfect relationship is often...

Strange kids and great storytelling make novel a must-read

Strange kids and great storytelling make novel a must-read

Brandi Flores, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016

Most teens grow bored by their grandparents’ stories about their childhood, but Jacob Portman is highly intrigued by his grandfather’s tales about supernatural children who lived on a remote island off the coast of Wales with a guardian that protects them from looming threats. Readers will also...

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