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The Power Of Films

The Power Of Films

Ayla Yebba, Assistant to the Editor August 25, 2021

I believe in the power of films. My whole life I’ve been surrounded by movies, tv shows and classics (thanks to my parents). As a toddler I would watch the same three or four movies over and over again...

Rays Take Two Out Of Three Games Against Yankees In Home Opener

The Rivalry Continues
Lily Belcher, Editor In Chief April 11, 2021

It’s a rivalry fueled by sharp remarks across the field and fastballs barreled into the sides (and heads) of batters. The 22 year long Rays Yankees rivalry came to a peak last year in the American League...

Systematic Problems Give Rise to Asian American Hate Crimes

Allie Sigl, Design Editor March 30, 2021

China virus. Kung Flu. Go back to your country. As a first-generation Asian American, I am exhausted. Exhausted as a citizen of the United States that our country has not and will not properly...

Managing Editor, Rachel Hesse, making cookies for the winter paper and enjoying spending time with family in the process.

The Importance Of Cooking

Rachel Hesse, Managing Editor March 23, 2021

The kitchen, a place both feared and loved by many, is the heart of most all cooking. It also bears one of the most rewarding fruits of labor, food. Food is what gives human beings the energy to run, move,...

Why The Designated Hitter Should Be Part Of The AL And NL Lineups

Lily Belcher, Editor In Chief March 16, 2021

During the 2020 season, MLB had the opportunity to implement new protocols in a major league setting, one of which was a universal designated hitter. The debate between the National and American leagues...

Students suffer through mental health on their own when schools fail to see their students as people rather than academic statistics

The Hidden Epidemic

Allie Sigl, Design Editor March 9, 2021

As if the coronavirus pandemic was not enough, along with it comes another startling, hidden epidemic that has affected millions across the country. Although more indistinguishable from its parent disease,...

Cobra Kai a Netflix original show that is Kicking the Competition.

Newly Popular Netflix Show Cobra Kai Is Kicking The Competition

Ayla Yebba, Staff Writer February 1, 2021

Cobra Kai is a super popular comedy-drama television series streaming on Netflix and based on the original Karate Kid films of the 1980s. Cobra Kai picks up the storyline 34 years after the infamous All...

Is Senioritis Really A Thing?

Rachel Hesse, Managing Editor January 29, 2021

Senior year is the year when students’ goals are to apply for and (hopefully) get into their dream college, finish off the year strong, raise their GPA, and make as many memories as possible.  Well...

46th Inauguration To Welcome President Biden Is Looking A Little Different

Ayla Yebba, Staff Writer January 22, 2021

On Wednesday, January 20th the United States of America hosted a traditional ceremony for the newly elected 46th president, Joe Biden. While massive crowds usually attend the event due to the current...

Sabrina Carpenter Releases A Song, Seemingly In Response to Olivia Rodrigo

Lily Belcher, Editor In Chief January 22, 2021

After Olivia Rodrigo’s debut song “Driver’s License” broke countless records in its first days of streaming, fans took to TikTok sharing their theories on who the song was about. Singer, song...

Why The Heartbreaking Loss Of Blake Snell Might Be A Good Choice For The Rays

Lily Belcher, Editor In Chief December 30, 2020

On December 28, Rays fan woke up to the notification that pitching star Blake Snell would no longer be part of the Rays’ pitching rotation. The southpaw, who had been with the Rays since his major league...

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