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School Wide Divide: Honors vs. Traditional

Cristal Thomas

November 3, 2014

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Separation between groups is inevitable in high school—underclassmen sit apart from upperclassmen during pep rallies, different cliques sit at their own lunch tables and athletes are split into junior varsity and varsity. But...

A Failed Rebellion

Bryanne Brewer

November 3, 2014

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Let’s face it. We can’t fight the uniform policy. In the midst of stricter uniform enforcement, three types of students have emerged: dutiful followers of the code, insubordinates who choose to ignore the dress code and...

College Break-Up

College Break-Up

May 16, 2014

Bad religion

Isabelle Dillard, Opinion Editor

April 14, 2014

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America, we have a problem. We preach about being the land of the free and the home of the brave, but subtle forms of discrimination still sway national discourse to this day. One such form is religious discrimination, and it...

Famous high

Aston Patrick, Copy Editor

April 14, 2014

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Celebrity culture has always been a part of America. From The Beatles to One Direction, the general public has been obsessed with the day to day activities and personal details of famous peoples’ lives. When one of our idols...

No shirt, no shoes, no service – and no gays

Natalie Scarbrough, Layout Editor

April 10, 2014

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Tennessee Senator Brian Kelsey recently proposed a bill that would allow restaurants in the state to ban service to gay couples. The state legislature of Arizona is considering a similar bill. Way to take a leap back in acceptance,...

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