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Salvadorians Forced to Go Home

Salvadorians Forced to Go Home

AbigailH, Staff Reporter

January 8, 2018


Filed under In The World, News, Showcase

Since his presidential inauguration in January 2017, Donald Trump has carried through with multiple goals that he addressed in his campaign. He has already revoked Obamacare and has initiated the removal of approximately 206,000 illegal immigrants. One of his administration's most recent actions was the terminat...

Jolly Jingles

Jolly Jingles

TeresaH, Online Editor

December 21, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

NICE Carol of The Bells Probably one of the most liked Christmas songs, both the choral and Trans-Siberian versions bring an exciting intensity to the holiday season. Not only is “Carol of the Bells” wonderfully dramatic and fun to listen to, it also is a darker Christmas song that still remains ...

One Time at Band Camp

One Time at Band Camp

SavannahH, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

“Hey band!” a drum major calls out to a room filled with loud, noisy teenagers. “Hey what?” the band students call back, cutting off any conversation they previously had. “Go outside!” the drum major shouts out to the band kids. It’s time for marching practice, time to focus. ...

Paddington

Paddington

TeresaH, Online Editor

December 18, 2017


Filed under Movies, Reviews, Showcase

With Christmas break approaching quickly, family-friendly movies are in high demand. Surprisingly, my family lucked out when we accidentally rented Paddington, a PG movie about a talking bear named Paddington from Peru that traveled to London in search of a family. Paddington is a 2014 movie directed b...

Holidays the American Way

Holidays the American Way

TeresaH, Online Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Christmas trees, candy canes, Santa Claus, stockings and pajamas. These are the things that are typically associated with Christmas and perpetuated in American media, but they are not necessarily traditions to the rest of the world shares. As the Christmas season approaches, foreign exchange students ty...

The World Cup

The World Cup

ColinH, Business Manager

December 14, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

As many already know, the FIFA world cup will be taking place in Russia during the summer of 2018, but the preliminary matches have already started to decide who will make it to the final games. The United States did not qualify this year, but many other countries did to their own surprise. Countries...

Let The Games Begin

Let The Games Begin

NicoleN, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2017


Filed under In The World, News, Showcase

As the 2018 Winter Olympics approach, the world anxiously awaits to see what conflict could arise between North Korea and the United States and how this would affect the international sporting event. Between tweets from President Trump, missile threats and warnings from North Korea, the possibility of...

Let It Snow

Let It Snow

TeresaH, Online Editor

December 9, 2017


Filed under Photo Stories, Showcase

December 8th, 2017 Photos by: Abigail Paysee

Can I have a career as an artist?

Can I have a career as an artist?

AbigailH, Staff Reporter

December 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

With the competitive art field in our world today, artists are faced with slim chances of rising above and making it big. Although becoming well known is not a common occurrence, some artists can choose to create their own platforms or fan-bases in which they can pick up commissions. 2D Art and Digi...

Shanghai Reserve Roastery

Shanghai Reserve Roastery

BrandonC, Staff Reporter

December 6, 2017


Filed under In The World, News, Showcase

Starbucks has announced its large-scale plan of opening a 30,000 square foot establishment in China, specifically Shanghai with the assistance of Chinese technology company, Alibaba Group. This would be their biggest Roastery in existence; however, there is more to the Shanghai Roastery than meets the...

POW: Madeline Fatsura

POW: Madeline Fatsura

BrandonC, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, People of Cy Woods, Showcase

When she was younger, junior Madeline Fatsura only thought of a profession that had to do with profit; therefore, she decided to delve into the engineering field, and now she is in her second year of engineering design and presentation. "I do enjoy it now," Fatsura said. "I've gotten the chance to...

Undertale Review

Undertale Review

DaphneT, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

“Long ago, two races ruled over Earth: HUMANS and MONSTERS. One day, war broke out between the two races. After a long battle, the humans were victorious. They sealed the monsters underground with a magic spell. Many years later… Mt. Ebott 201X. Legend says those who climb the mountain never return...

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