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Why You Should Go On A Walk Right Now

Why You Should Go On A Walk Right Now

Anagi Pieris, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

In my family, we regularly go on hikes or walks throughout the school year, which I believe is a highly beneficial activity. Particularly if one is feeling rushed by school or other pressing extracurricular,...

Why You Should Keep a Journal

Why You Should Keep a Journal

Kaitlyn Butler, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

Recently, I’ve been making an effort to write in my journal--not every night, not notoriously recounting every detail, but more so reflecting on the moments that make an impact on me. Maybe I watch a...

3 Little Things That Slowly Kill Your Novel

3 Little Things That Slowly Kill Your Novel

Ellie Johnson, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

There are a lot of things that detract from your story and kill your novel. Many of them are just failing to do what I detailed in my last post about elements to a good story, but there are a few specific...

Finding Purpose In Running Part 1

Finding Purpose In Running Part 1

Colin Ring, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

Finding purpose in worldly endeavors often leads to anxiety and heartache. Although I knew this in my heart, I still let athletic accolades define me even after I quit basketball (see blog post #8). You’d...

The History of the Ford Mustang

CJ Francois, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

The history of the Ford Mustang   The Ford Mustang is the best selling muscle car ever. It didn’t start out like this, though. In 1964, the Mustang was born. It was an immediate success. No...

Perfect Imperfections & Genuine, Emotional Art

Perfect Imperfections & Genuine, Emotional Art

Emma Harris, Content Editor March 27, 2021

Something I love about art is that it’s messy. Art is a reflection of the painter, which means it’s of human essence and therefore should not be perfect either. Perfect, pristine paintings don’t...

A brief history of March Madness

A brief history of March Madness

Andrew Cahill, Staff Writer March 26, 2021

The March Madness we all know and love was born in Illinois. It started as a small high school basketball tournament but eventually got bigger. It turned into a tournament that 900 high schools competed...

Heads Up! : What You Might Be Missing

Heads Up! : What You Might Be Missing

Anagi Pieris, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

Staring down at a phone is the most commonplace pose anyone can assume nowadays. No big deal, right? Well, in reality, all those hours of checking up on social media and playing electronic games takes...

Living In The Unexpected

Living In The Unexpected

Lauren Borchelt, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

Throughout the many years I have dealt with health issues, one of the things I have experienced many times, is an unexpected decline or bad news. You go to a routine doctors appointment, and 10 minutes...

Running When its Hot

Running When its Hot

Emma Smith, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

In my opinion running when it's hot is almost worse than running when it's cold. When running in hot weather it's important to bring water. Running when you're dehydrated is one of the worst feelings....

Building A Strong Portfolio

Building A Strong Portfolio

Moorea Atkins, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Talking about creating an art portfolio is often very overwhelming for artists. I know it was for me. Never fear, for I am here to answer some common questions and offer a few tips to blow your portfolio...

Unpacking the Peacemaker Triads

Unpacking the Peacemaker Triads

Marty Briner, Co-Editor of Sporting March 11, 2021

The triads divide the nine numbers into three groups of three to describe the way each type makes decisions and the emotion that is tied to it. Numbers 8, 9 and 1 fall in the gut and anger triad, 2, 3,...

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