Greater

Emma Kate Bockelman, Reporter

September 27, 2016

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As young Brandon Burlsworth gets pulled from his junior high football game, the coach of the Harrison Goblins comes up to give Burlsworth some words of advice. “If you want to be a Harrison Goblin football player, then you need to be the first one at practice and the last one to leave,” Coach Tom Tice said. Junior ...

Affection for Almost Maine

Hunter Cloud, Reporter

December 1, 2015

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    The crowd was captivated right from the opening scene as the play explored the complexity of love.     The play takes place in a small (almost) town in Maine from which the play gets its name, Almost, Maine. It depicts several stages of love from the discovery of it, to the ending. Using couples for all of the s...

Made in the A.M.

Ashton Moreland, Copy Editor

December 1, 2015

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If you’ve been living under a rock for the past five years, ask any stranger on the street who One Direction is and they will be able to tell you. This information may not be transmitted without a crazed scream or possible fainting, but those are normal responses to four guys from the UK. The now four-piece is set to release an albu...

Bieber is back with a “Purpose”

Amanda Thattanakham, A&E Editor

December 1, 2015

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Since his 2013 release of his album, Journals, Justin Bieber has been spending time “rebranding” himself. Comedy Roasts, donations to charities to appeal to his philanthropic side, as well as his popular Calvin Klein advertisement that caused chaos on social media across the board, have been leading up to his comeback album, ...

Adele’s “Hello”

Holland Primm, Editor

December 1, 2015

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Adele emerged out of four years of silence to produce perhaps the most epic of breakup anthems, Hello. After the birth of her son in 2012, the powerhouse of a songstress seemed to disappear off the face of the planet, until now, when she shocked the world with her passion-filled ballad of lost love. Her trademark sound wa...

Bearfoot’s new hit “Oh”

Kacie Young, Review Editor

December 1, 2015

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BearFoot, a newly-formed band founded by three students, John Rhodes, Jonah Thornton, and Isaac Baker, released their first song on October 22nd. Their song, “Oh.,” resembles many alternative songs with angsty lyrics and moody accompaniment of electric and bass guitar, drums, bells, a synth pad, and synth drum. Like many ...

Steve Jobs

Brock Brames, Designer

November 17, 2015

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An iconic businessman and innovator is the subject of the unique, intense, and emotional film Steve Jobs. Directed by Danny Bloye, this biopic is the farthest you could get from a biopic. More importantly, the film is written by Aaron Sorkin and its unique way of telling Steve Jobs’ story suits the nature of the film well....

American Sniper targets audience, emotions

February 6, 2015

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Dead silence was the only response in the completely filled movie theatre. As “American Sniper” ended, the hearts of watchers fell as the credits scrolled down the screen. Everyone sat in their chairs like motionless robots until one person started clapping out of pure respect for the film, and before you knew it, the whole...

‘Annie’ gets hard knock reviews

Jordan Setser, Reporter

February 5, 2015

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The remake of the 1982 film, “Annie” made its way towards theaters Dec. 19. This fun, kid friendly movie captured the attention of most families while portraying an orphan girl looking for her parents and stumbling upon a different kind of guardian. However, it was built up and did not meet expectations for those looking...

Austin City Limits takes me out of this world

Joanna Keck

February 5, 2015

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 As I stood 30 yards from Lana Del Rey while still being able to hear Iggy Azalea performing “Fancy” in the distance, I made a decision that Austin City Limits is a slightly ridiculous, more inappropriate version of heaven on earth. Despite the ironic and continuous pot smoking done by the majority of the people in a labe...

Trivia Crack addicts players like crack

Gabriella Maestri, News editor

December 12, 2014

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Six categories, four choices per spin, one win. Trivia crack is the hottest app around right now, and no one can seem to get enough of it. The app being free to apple users only makes it that much better, but it can start becoming a little pricey if you choose to buy extra spins, or coins to increase your chances of winning....

Drama’s production dazzles student body

Ashlynn Mayes, Reporter

May 2, 2013

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As the background music of the Les Misérables reprisal fades to silence and the lights dim to black, dressed to impress, junior Jacob Reynolds, takes the stage and delivers a splendid rendition of “ Can You Feel the Love tonight”.  Reynolds’ Elton-esque performance was just one of many fabulous spectacles featured in...

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