Christmas Music That Will Sleigh You

Adrian Molina, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2018

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December is upon us, and with it comes Christmas. And with Christmas comes along the movies, the decorations, the scented candles that smell like gingerbread and the hot chocolate that warms your throat. But that’s not the best...

“Thank u, Next”

Monica Garza, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018

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"Thank u, Next," the latest music video by pop singer and actress Ariana Grande, set YouTube's record for most views within 24 hours of a video's release. The album “Thank u, Next,” was released on November 3, 2018, inclu...

School Flicks

Adrian Molina, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

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As the semester comes to a grand closing, we think about what to do with the three weeks of no school. For the most of us it’s binge watching Netflix, Hulu, or HBO until we get tired of being glued to the couch.  After sit...

Ranchland Nightmares

Monica Garza, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2018

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Lindsey Holmes, an English teacher created a contest for all the juniors she teaches to write and erie a 2-5 page horror story on Tuesday, October 16, 2018, . The students all voted on who’s short story was the best and junior M...

Your Perfect Date

October 19, 2018

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Have you ever gone on a date? How’d it go? Do you wish you could have changed something, do you wish he could’ve picked you up instead of his mom, maybe you wish she'd watch your movie. Or maybe overall you wish tha...

All Tricks and No Treats

Hayley Hartzendorf, Co-Chief Editor

October 19, 2018

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Spooky ghouls and creeps roam, for this Halloween season is filled with frights and candy when we teens head out. However, in Chesapeake, Virginia, no teenage student should hope to find themselves out and about unless they wish ...

Halloweenie

October 19, 2018

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Halloween is a divisive holiday full of enthusiastic candy seekers in costumes, or Debbie Downers that are uncomfortable with the idea of donning a costume smelling of cheap factory plastic. When in fact the costume is complete...

Madeline Ricondo’s Marmalade Skies

Gabriella Mastroianni, Co-Chief Editor

October 19, 2018

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Madeline Ricondo '19, a member of the Creative Writer's Guild club and class, is this month's featured writer. Her piece is titled Marmalade Skies, a poem about the home surroundings she grew up in. What type of piece is Marmalade S...

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August 31, 2018

Two Boys Cheer Their Way Onto the Track

Gabriella Mastroianni, Co-Chief Editor

August 31, 2018

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Two boys have cheered their way onto the track. Freshmen Joshua Nepote and Christopher Almaguer are two of the newest members of the JV cheer team. Three years have gone by since the last time the team housed a male member i...

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