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Steamed Rice

Steamed Rice

Nanae Urano, A&E Editor

November 4, 2014


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Do you eat rice for Christmas? Is that your brother? Cousin? Cousin twice removed? Do you need chopsticks? Does your dad work at a sushi restaurant? Do you watch anime? Where are you from? No, before that. Growing up as a first generation Japanese American, I get asked many questions...

Gamerscore: Smash Bros is a Smash Hit!

Gamerscore: Smash Bros is a Smash Hit!

Jeffrey Wilkinson, Blogger

October 10, 2014


Filed under Blogs, Gamerscore

Punching people never felt so good. Welcome back to Gamerscore, the bi-monthly blog that discusses games of all kinds, which brings me to our first topic. Not long ago, our fearless leaders at Nintendo spat out another beautiful title to help extend their dwindling life. This game is known as Super Sm...

Face The Music: Ed Sheeran Concert

Face The Music: Ed Sheeran Concert

Alyssa Pavlu, Blogger

October 5, 2014


Filed under Blogs, Face The Music

Hey there everyone, and welcome to my blog! Here you can find me each month talking about music reviews including concerts, new albums, and new artists. For my first post I decided to write a review for a certain concert I attended last month. On Sept. 2, British singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran made...

Danielle’s Throwback Thursday: Thrifting

Danielle’s Throwback Thursday: Thrifting

Danielle Laudick, Blogger

October 1, 2014


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Thrifting clothes {5/5} I have a rather unique style that either cost a ton of money or like two cents. That's why I love the fact that thrifting is such a big thing now! Almost, if not all, of my clothes come from this thrift store down in Westport called Arizona Trading Company (ATC for short). It has the widest range of styles from every year. It’s the bomb....

Food Mood: Cake Mixing It Up

Food Mood: Cake Mixing It Up

MacKenzie Miller, Blogger

September 30, 2014


Filed under Blogs, Food Mood

Welcome to Food Mood with experimental cooking and ideas tried and tested by me, MacKenzie, for better or worse. Sometimes, things turn out delicious, and sometimes I forget the flour. Making cakes with box mixes is easy. Generally, the only ingredients needed other than the mix are eggs, oil and wat...

Gamerscore: Nintendo Goes Down the Pipe

Gamerscore: Nintendo Goes Down the Pipe

Jeffrey Wilkinson, Blogger

September 10, 2014


Filed under Blogs, Gamerscore

Ladies and gents, boys and girls, prepare to be astounded, bedazzled and otherwise, stupefied. It’s Jeffrey Wilkinson making a big splash to the blog scene with some gaming stuff to boot. Gamerscore is going to be a monthly blog that talks about games. Good games, bad games, games with good stories,...

Danielle’s Throwback Thursday: A Life Less Ordinary

Danielle’s Throwback Thursday: A Life Less Ordinary

Danielle Laudick, Blogger

September 4, 2014


Filed under Blogs, Danielle's Throwback Thursday

Oh hey, thank you for checking out my blog where I’ll be reviewing old movies, songs, TV shows, clothes, paintings, cars, pictures, alpacas, and other random things every first Thursday of the month. The do-dad that I review could be from just two years ago or fifty, so you’ll never know what will...

School Uniforms: Identity Theft?

School Uniforms: Identity Theft?

Avery Dorsey, Staff Writer

September 2, 2014


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The controversial topic of uniforms in schools is heated subject and both sides have their arguments. My argument is against the unfortunate ordinance of school uniforms.  Now, before the disciplinarian parents and school staff of private schools start barking at me, let me get my point across and...

Senior finds Graduation Bittersweet

May 8, 2013


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As the handful of days come creepin’ up behind us, they slap us right in the face and open our eyes. Seniors, this is it. The last real week of school began April 29. Then there’s Prom May 4, then senior skip day May 6, then there’s finals. Next thing you know you’re walking across the stage,...

Juggling Junior Year

May 8, 2013


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It’s crazy to think that in a few months I will be beginning my junior year. The first couple of years of your high school career go by faster than you can imagine. You’ll be approaching your third year of high school feeling like just yesterday you were a freshman. Although there are many perks...

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