Hacking becomes dominate in our generation

Ethan Ross Elledge, Reporter

October 8, 2014

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Hacking is the anti-thesis to technological censorship and security of information. Hacking can be done in many different ways through many different forms. Of course, there are many obvious reasons to believe that hacking is bad, but there are also reasons, frequently unknown, that explain why hacking is actually good. People...

Billboard Music Awards honor best in business

May 28, 2014

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If you didn’t tune into the Billboard Music Awards May 18, you were one of the few who missed out on the attendance of Michael Jackson's hologram. Broadcast on everyone’s ABC network, viewers watched in either amazement or disappointment as Justin Timberlake won Top Artist of the Year over Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons,...

‘Faces’ receives nothing but love

May 28, 2014

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“We are on the same trip carrying different baggage.” A line like this from Mac Miller’s newly released "Faces" instantly pulls me into his latest mixtape. This mixtape came out on Mother’s Day 2014. "Faces" was free when it became available on the website: oldjewish.com. When a Mac Head arrived to the site, the...

Will releases first EP of career

Diamond Moore, Reporter

April 2, 2014

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Senior Lindsay Will released her long awaited and highly anticipated, self- titled EP. When I say highly anticipated, I mean people were waiting to see if on her race to stardom, would she come out on top or crash and burn. I was amongst those anxious students just waiting and hoping my ears would be filled with sounds of pure...

Church steps back into spotlight with new album

Ryne Fletcher, Reporter

April 2, 2014

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Eric Church, a respected country star, has a different way of singing his tunes.  Church has five albums starting in 2006. This new album “The Outsiders”, released Feb. 11, has 12 brand new songs.  One of the most recent songs of which is only available with the purchase of the album. In the album, an array of different...

Thug Notes: Bringing original gangster to classical literature

Macey Martinez, Reporter

April 2, 2014

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As students, we rely heavily on website sites like Spark Notes, Cliff Notes, and Wikipedia to do the hard work when reading books for English. We depend on theses websites to give us the grade we all believe we need, and to understand complex literature books that mean nothing to use. Even though these websites simplify the...

‘Lone Survivor’ unexpectedly touches hearts

Ryne Fletcher, Reporter

April 1, 2014

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Although it is obvious that there is only one survivor when you read the title, you still go watch the heart wrenching film about a military division on “operation Red Wings.” The four-man SEAL team is sent to capture or kill a Taliban leader. This movie is rated R, and rightfully so. The language is strong ...

‘Frozen’ captivates audiences of all ages

Riegan Anderson, Co-Editor

April 1, 2014

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In the kingdom of Arendelle, princess, and soon to be queen, Elsa was born with the ability to create ice and snow with a simple touch or thought. After almost injuring her younger sister, Ana, their parents seek the help of a group of trolls, who erase Ana’s memories of her sister’s magical abilities. During Elsa’s coronation...

‘Her’ breaks the boundaries of love

Elizabeth Harp, Co-Editor

April 1, 2014

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In a not-to-far-away future, Theodore Twombly (played by Joaquin Phoenix), a passionate man who works as a writer, writes beautiful, personal letters for those who can’t find the words or care enough to do so. This barely sci-fi film illustrates a deep and impactful love found between a man and his OS (Operating Syste...

Catching Fire review

Macey Martinez, Reporter

November 25, 2013

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To be completely honest with you my friends, I was nervous to see this movie. The first movie was, well, shaky, and I mean literally. With film work that attempted to let the viewers feel as if they were right there running along side with Kantiss, it however the only effect that it had was the queasy feeling of throwing up t...

Best Drops Ever

Jacob Benson, Opinion Editor

November 25, 2013

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“Best Drops Ever” is a page on SoundCloud that is exactly what its title portrays: the best drops to ever grace the face of dubstep music (if you call dubstep music, that is) and maybe even planet Earth. The Best Drops Ever page consists of only nine songs, the longest of which being two minutes and 53 seconds titled...

Time for a fashion change

Blair Parson, News Editor

November 6, 2013

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If the cold weather and pumpkin flavored everything hasn’t tipped you off, then maybe there new fall styles will. This season, designers express the many moods of fall with skillfully arranged collections of clothing that will enhance and enlighten customers’ outlooks as the colder months set in.  Just as the leaves...

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