Why the New “Death Note” Movie Didn’t Suck

Emma Crow, Journalist

January 5, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion

   Out of the many things currently surfacing in social media, one of the most controversial topics is about the Netflix movie adaption of the very popular anime, Death Note.    Death Note is one of the most popular anime ser...

The New Olympics

Dominic Juranty, Journalist

January 5, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Sports

   The 2020 Summer Olympics are being hosted in Tokyo, Japan featuring five new or returning sports such as baseball/softball, karate, sports climbing, surfing, and skateboarding.   The Olympics are notoriously old, and J...

The Haunting of Europes Castles

Edibray Schlamp, Journalism

December 5, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Europe has some of the most beautiful castles from the Medieval Age. It shows the history of how people were living during medieval times. But behind every castle is a terrifying and brutal story. Bran Castle is known as the wo...

You’re Never Too Old

Destany Ivy, Journalist

October 30, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

   With Halloween coming up, kids suit up in costumes to go munch on tooth decaying-candy. But how many teenagers are out trick-or-treating? Some teenagers feel like they are too old to trick-or-treat, but age is not a fact...

Haunted Acres

Haunted Acres

October 26, 2017

Arts and Entertainment