Walmart AMP shows already have students buzzing

Nathan Plowman, Copy Editor
March 9
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May 2016 was when seniors Maddie Horn and Bailey Vaughn first went to the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion together. Sitting in the lawn, they were cheering, dancing, and singing along to one of their favorite artists, Ellie Goulding. This was only the start of the many memories they would make at the...

American Apparel finalizes closing

Maggie Cebuhar, Reporter
February 16
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Junior Kinlee Nalley looks through her closet to find a basic tee to complete her outfit. She reaches for her American Apparel basic tee, and remembers how she will no longer be able to buy the quality basics she enjoyed from American Apparel. “Personally, I will miss American Apparel because I have so ma...

Wall painted to become background for photos

Holland Primm, Editor in Chief
December 8
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The newest craze on social media, particularly Instagram, from all of the most popular bloggers and models is none other than a simple wall. Located behind a boutique in Fayetteville called Maude, all pictures taken have sported the appropriately labeled hashtag, #maudewall. The entire back side of the boutique transfo...

Out with the old and in with the new

Chloe Mangham, Opinion Editor
December 8
Filed under A&E, Review

As you scroll through the never-ending void of movies and shows that Netflix contains, you  look for that one movie that has always been there but you've never watched. As the search draws on into a 10 minute expedition you give up, using the search bar in the corner. You type in the title and the l...

Covergirl or Coverboy?

Olivia Staumbaugh, Reporter
December 5
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The monthly subscription of CoverGirl has come in, and we’re expecting to see Katy Perry, but instead it’s… a boy? Meet CoverGirl’s newest fresh face, James Charles. He is a seventeen year old New York local breaking his way into the makeup world. The makeup brand is breaking gender boundaries b...

Ap Lang class visits Crystal Bridges

Nathan Plowman, Copy Editor
December 5
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Senior Kara Fisk has visited the Crystal Bridges Museum for American Arts on multiple occasions. However, this trip was different. Instead of walking aimlessly around the endless galleries of varying mediums, Fisk listened attentively to her guide as she slowly analyzed each painting and paid careful ...

Har-ber couples find winter date ideas

Caroline Cain, A&E editor
December 1
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The Rink at Lawrence Plaza Located on the edge of downtown Bentonville, the ice skating rink is a fountain during the warmer months. The outdoor rink is a creative alternative to an inside facility and adds a classic feel. Going ice skating is the perfect date idea for any couple looking to try som...

Homecoming appearance

Stefania Pasetto, Reporter
October 21
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  With the homecoming at the gates we hear a lot about dresses, makeup, hair and money. But for me it is all new and the only question that I have is: “Why do girls care so much about getting ready for the dance?”            There are lots of girls that save money to buy expensive dre...

After school app

Maggie Cebuhar, Reporter
October 14
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Another Anonymous App tells all about Har-Ber Students Senior Sandra Vargas feels the vibration of her phone. She looks down to see the lit screen notifying yet another anonymous boy “picking” her with heart eye emojis listed. The link to the After School app is attached. The newest teen ap...

SxSL Obama

Nathan Plowman, Copy Editor
October 14
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In her homeland of Vietnam, Senior Jiun Tseng attends an arts and music festival that is filled with the socially unacceptable. Listening to a college dropout speak about his journey to music and admiring the courage work artists display, Tseng is captivated by the creative aura that surrounds her. “...

Pumpkin Spice

Nathan Plowman, Copy Editor
October 14
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It was her first day working at Dunkin Donuts. Senior Valeria Terrazas was excited to start making lattes the moment she walked in. When business was slow, she got creative, and decided to try and make her first Pumpkin Spice Latte. “I just got a job at Dunkin Donuts, and I was at a meeting, an...

13th Zodiac

Nathan Plowman, Copy Editor
October 14
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It was past midnight on a school night, and the sky was free of clouds. Senior Marissa Alvarado laid in her backyard and could see each constellation clearly in the picturesque night. The grass was damp with night dew. The streets were quiet, absent of the road noise commonly found in the day. Alvarado b...

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