Best horror flicks

Jenna Sliman, Feature Editor

November 9, 2018

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School’s back in session, and that can only mean one thing: Halloween is on its way. Between shuffling to classes and spending long nights doing homework, who wouldn’t want to relax on the couch and watch a good movie? And...

The Farrell Report

Noah Farrell, Entertainment Editor

November 9, 2018

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It was a quiet Tuesday afternoon in journalism class. Mrs. Russ was delivering a lecture to the newbies about how to write stories and the editors were typing away, working on our first issue. What was I doing you may ask? Well,...

Summer blockbusters

Max Muñoz, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

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There’s no getting around the fact that the current state of popular film is extremely unoriginal. Everything is either a sequel, is based on source material, or a spinoff. And while the word “unoriginal” does have negative...

Nintendo Labo

Matt Sullivan

March 16, 2018

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Nintendo has always been on the forefront of innovation when it comes to videogames, but their most recent endeavor may be one of the most experimental and inventive ideas from them yet. On March 3, 2017, Nintendo-a company...

Marathon dance and dancing plague?

Noah Farrell

March 16, 2018

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In ye olden times, the plagues were horrific, life destroying diseases that could wipe out whole populations in weeks. However, as medicine became more advanced, plagues became less common. In fact, most of us have never seen...

Nintendo Labo: Make, Play, Repeat

Katelynne Collins

March 16, 2018

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Set to make its debut on April 20, the Nintendo Labo has gained the curiosity of gamers with its predominantly cardboard design. Starting at $69.99, the Nintendo Labo’s initial release will include a “Variety Kit” and “Robot...

Dorcas Lin presents #WHOLESOME

Celina Ng

February 12, 2018

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Every year, seniors in the art department have the opportunity to present their own art shows in the art hallway. On Nov. 10, senior Dorcas Lin presented her art show, #WHOLESOME. She chose this name because her pieces delve into...

Andrea Palmer set to strut her Gutz

February 12, 2018

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In January, senior Andrea Palmer will be presenting her showcase, “Gutz.” She has prepared for this showcase since her junior year. The name and theme of Palmer’s art show was derived from how she navigates anxiety and other...

The New Starwars

Matt Shriner

December 16, 2017

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The New Star Wars, The Last Jedi, movie has spread lots of hype since Lucas Oil Films had announced its release date. Critics have been raving about the new storyline that many believed would be hard to follow from the first...

Tacky Light Tour

December 16, 2017

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With Thanksgiving over and Christmas approaching fast, it’s time for the best houses to start stringing up their lights and begin preparing for the annual Tacky Light Tour. Each tour is usually three to four hours long, depending...

Cookout, a popular fast food chain, has finally made its appearance in Short Pump

Skyla Blansett

December 16, 2017

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Only a short five-minute drive down the road from Deep Run, Cookout has attracted many of the students looking for cheap food and a fun, close-to-home spot to hang out with friends. “I was super excited when Cookout opened...

Halloween Haunt is back

Ryan McFarlane

November 20, 2017

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The Kings Dominion Halloween Haunt is back and bigger and better than ever before. With a total of eight mazes and five scare zones, terror stands around every corner. “It is a frightening experience and it keeps you on your...

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