Vanity sizing/ being healthy

March 13, 2020

Everywhere you look in today’s society you are baraded with weight loss plans. In the checkout line at the grocery store, magazines read headlines of “lose 30 pounds in three week!” and “fastest way to a hotter body”. When watching tv we see ads for unhealthy protein shakes and shoddy workout equipment. These are no...

Ode to Senioritis

March 13, 2020

Marnie Stern, who is now a member of Seth Meyers’ late night band, released her second album in 2008. The title of this album is “This Is It and I Am It and You Are It and So Is That and He Is It and She Is It and It Is It and That Is That”. A whole lot of people subscribe to the idea that the words ‘Cellar Door’ constitute th...

Cheer Review

March 13, 2020

Most people don’t view cheerleading as a sport, but I am not one of those people. I can vividly remember sitting in my living room with my mom anticipating the next team to enter the stage at the NCA & NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship for at least seven years of my early life. When I first heard of a new documentary abou...

Why Homework

March 13, 2020

         The real question everyone asks has always been why do we have to do work at home when we have all day at school. Teachers shouldn’t have to give us work to take home when they have a whole class period to get everything they need done.  Studying at home is a different ball game. A class is moving too...

PARASITE BONG JOON-HO A REVIEW

March 13, 2020

I think I speak for everyone when I say that Bong Joon-Ho’s monopoly on the 92nd Academy Awards was unprecedented and extraordinary if not disgruntling. A little part of me, I will admit, thought that the Academy was making up for not nominating a single person of color for most of its history: I thought they were being overz...

Club Tournaments

March 13, 2020

Every year, families of numerous athletes invest thousands of dollars for their students to participate in competitive sports. Whether it be dance, volleyball, or basketball, club sports require both time and financial sacrifices. Like other sports, volleyball tournament schedules are sent out at the beginning of the season ...

Jojo’s eighth part draws to a close

March 13, 2020

Over the many years that it’s been published JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has gone through multiple parts, 8 to be exact, and I believe part 8: JoJolion is the best work to come from writer and artist Hirohiko Araki. Fans of the series may argue that the earlier parts or part 7 are the best parts. Part 3: Stardust Crusaders is t...

The Momentary

March 13, 2020

The Momentary is sort of an offshoot of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. The purpose of the art space is to bring together “visual and performing arts, culinary experiences, festivals, artists-in-residence, and more” (themomentary.org).  I got the opportunity to go the weekend after the spa...

TAME IMPALA THE SLOW RUSH A REVIEW

March 13, 2020

I think it is fair to say that Kevin Parker’s one-man-band Tame Impala is the Pink Floyd of this generation. The total number of hours spent by 14-18 year olds crying about unrequited love and marveling at the beauty of nature whilst listening to Tame Impala is a hilariously large number.  Personally, I encountered Tame Impala’s mu...

Stop Small Talk

March 13, 2020

Small talk is a necessary evil of life in our social lives. I just hate small talk. Anything about the weather, the monotony of school, or another summation of my weekend results in me feeling disinterested, disengaged, and drained.  Our social life requires that we talk to people about non-essential things, which I get. We can...

The real reason har-ber isn’t as big as it was supposed to be.

March 13, 2020

It's no secret that even though Har-Ber is a giant school we lack a lot of room for staff as well as other things. Well I'm here to let you know exactly why that is. In the state of Arkansas a school district has to get approved every year for school plans or state plans for facilities. The way they are funded for school plan...

Your Vote, Your Voice

March 13, 2020

Last Tuesday, I got to cast my vote for the first time. I was ecstatic to finally participate in the democratic process, especially after having talked about it all year in my AP Government class. My mom and I went to cast our ballots at the Oak Grove Baptist church, and pretty soon I was walking out with my “I Voted” stick...

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