The Word

Gino’s Lasagna Won’t Disappoint

Barbara Iglehart, Guest Reporter

December 15, 2015

Gino’s may look unassuming tucked in the corner of a strip mall, but its well-lit interior holds some of the best Italian I’ve ever had. It opened Nov. 11, as the second restaurant of the Italian owner. When I first arrived...

Fall Favorites

Mary Craighead, reporter

November 10, 2015

Food. The famous Pumpkin Pie and Caramel Popcorn are two of the many sweets that fall holds for us. Click on the words and find a simple way to make both so you can enjoy some fall essentials! Colors and Coffee. Orange, yellow, and red ...

The Ruby Slipper Proposition

Sydney, Mitchell

February 19, 2015

Prom is right around the corner and with all the glamour and glitz comes a hefty price tag. Girls now a days are finding it harder and harder to purchase the dress of their dreams due to climbing prices, and are having to settle...

1984 and 2015: Was George Orwell a Psychic?

Nick Longoria, Reporter

February 19, 2015

“Big Brother is watching you.” “War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength.” With those memorable quotes, a captivating story, thinly veiled criticisms of totalitarianistic governments and reversing...

League of Legends Review

Peyton Engh, Reporter

April 28, 2014

League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena very much like Dota 2 that I reviewed previously. As for the main premise of the game, you are striving to destroy a large building on the enemy’s base called the Nexus. ...

South Korean Ferry Tragedy Unexplainable

Allen Cui, Reporter

April 28, 2014

Recently, a really bad accident happened in Korea on March 16. The Sewol ferry sank in the ocean. Most people on the ferry were students and teachers. They were on a field trip from school. On March 16 at 8:58 a.m., the bottom...

Sorry for your loss, Westboro Baptist Church

Caytlyn Pickering, Reporter

April 11, 2014

Fred Phelps, co-founder and pastor of anti-America Westboro Baptist Church died March 17 of an unreleased cause at age 84 in Topeka, KS. His death, unsurprisingly, was the call for many celebrations. What was surprising was the c...

Students vandalize restrooms

Antonio Cuevas, Guest Reporter

March 18, 2014

Halfway through the school year, vandalism has plagued A and C-building restrooms causing inconveniences, late students and unsanitary conditions. Recent vandalism in the boys’ restroom has not only inconvenienced students ...

Conair Bun Maker Convenient for Polished Looks

Bethany Houston, Guest Reporter

January 22, 2014

For every girl who has trouble with keeping her hair in a bun all day, I might have a product you. The Conair Bun Maker is a simple, easy-to-use product that’s very convenient for everyday use. The Conair Bun Maker is a ro...

The Game is Afoot

Peyton Engh, Reporter

October 29, 2013

Are you finished watching every season of "Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad?" Now there’s a show on BBC and Netflix that you can watch called "Sherlock." It is a modern-day version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock H...

‘Animal Farm’ Review

Peyton Engh, Reporter

October 4, 2013

              The last good book I read was a book called "Animal Farm" by George Orwell. Although it is most commonly known as a summer reading book, I read it for fun. The main premise of the book is that it is the common story of a tyrant or t...

September Movie Reviews

Megan Hippe, Reporter

October 4, 2013

“The Family” “The Family,” a movie shot in a present-day Italian village follows an old-time mafia boss (De Niro) and his family after he has ratted on some of his “old friends,” proves to be anything but appropriate for the family. Not o...

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