Love Yourself

Chase Strickland, Sports

February 8, 2018


Filed under A&E, Opinion

As Valentine’s Day approaches, many individuals find themselves facing the same dilemma. Many people find themselves single around this time of the year. To some it’s no big deal, however, to others it creates this feeling of loneliness. A feeling of neglect, desertion, or possibly even rejection. And...

Baker Mayfield on a disappointing path

Halle Roberts, Features Editor

February 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

With a total of 4,627 total passing yards, 43 passing touchdowns, and winner of the Heisman this past college football season, Oklahoma Sooner quarterback Baker Mayfield has made quite the name for himself. Leading the Sooners to the college playoffs, Mayfield went through a series of controversy. As a s...

Makeup

February 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The most common connotation about makeup is that all girls only wear it because they’re insecure and don’t like how they look. I know there’s probably many differing opinions regarding makeup, whether that’s thinking it’s bad because it makes you look fake, or that it’s something that’s ...

Authenticity

Maggie McDonald, Editor

February 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Lately, I  feel like there’s so much pressure to have your life together. To make sure that no one sees the broken mosaic inside of you that you have no idea how to fix. When people ask how your day is going, you smile and respond “Good, how’s yours?” without giving it a second thought. The...

View from the Cloud

Hunter Cloud, Sports Editor

May 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Each day I glance over at the clock, the minutes tick off faster than before, and there is absolutely nothing I can do to stop it. My career as a highschool student started with the clock as I raced against it each day trying to improve my running abilities. I traveled to Dallas, St. Louis, Memphis, ...

Growing up, moving on

Payton Primm, News Editor

May 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion

It is a warm Saturday afternoon in May and we sit on a log by the lake, watching the water swirl into loose waves at the mercy of the wind. Your short blonde curls surrender to the rhythm of the wind as well, and the bow in your hair matches your outfit perfectly. In fact, your bow matches my clothes to...

Medical Marijuana: The fear of a name

Riley Neil, Features Editor

February 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

“Fear of a name increases the fear of the thing itself.” The quote written by J.K Rowling expresses the argument of medical marijuana today. Although the quote is being used to describe an evil wizard, the idea is still valid and comes to play into American politics today. Medical marihuana: one...

Attendance

Caroline Cain, A&E editor

February 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

I lie in my bed and tug the covers further up over my head. My phone continues to buzz on my bedside table and I contemplate the ultimate question: “Is the attendance incentive really worth losing some extra hours of sleep?” Free days dance through my mind but extra minutes of sleep fight against ...

Ashley Judd Speech

Ashton Moreland, Reporter

February 16, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Pink hats and cardboard signs decorate the space above impassioned faces huddled together against the cold, all awaiting one woman to appear onstage and voice their cries of injustice and yearn for change. Every person of every color, body type, age, size, sexuality, and place of origin can be found in...

Ancient ideals expressed in the 21st century

Ashton Moreland, Reporter

February 16, 2017


Filed under Opinion

The term American exceptionalism is one that has recently been brought to my attention, due to the inauguration of our 45th president and an AP Lang discussion over the topic. By definition, American exceptionalism is understood to mean the “special character of the United States as a uniquely fre...

What we eat can make up who we are

Chloe Mangham, Opinion Editor

December 8, 2016


Filed under Opinion

As you eat your dinner, you may not think twice about what it is or what it was. Maybe it once was a chicken or a stalk of celery. Others may indulge into  their food as they think about the turkey they saved by switching it out for soy, or vise versa. The turkey they could be eating might have been...

Vine’s Six Seconds of Fame

Chloe Mangham, Opinion Editor

December 8, 2016


Filed under Opinion

It’s 2013, your friend just showed you a hilarious six second video from this new app called VIne. You decide to hop on the band wagon and create your own vine account. From there you lose yourself in a whirlwind of videos of cats and relatable content. News spreads a people start to become famous...

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