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Donuts not brains- Zombie Coffee & Donuts

Donuts not brains- Zombie Coffee & Donuts

Ellena Aimes, Reporter

November 13, 2018

You may know of Krispy Kreme, Dunkin Donuts or even Duck Donuts, but a new cafe has opened up in the downtown Columbia area called Zombie Coffee and Donuts, A cafe that was founded in Georgia but is relatively new to Columbia. "Zombie is actually hands-on," Malaysia Tyler, shift manager said, "It'...

Bleeding the Pages Yellow – The Question of Fake News

Bleeding the Pages Yellow - The Question of Fake News

Elena Horton, Reporter

October 26, 2018

It’s in the air and everywhere-- fake news is the hottest buzzword of our generation. But what is fake news? The university of Penn State defines it as intentionally fabricated information, spreading deceptive content, or grossly distort actual news reports. "I think there's definitely fake news out th...

The News: How do you get it

The News: How do you get it

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

October 25, 2018

The news is the way all people keep informed about the world around them and to make sure everyone gets that information there are many different stations, websites, apps and people you can use. For younger kids in elementary or middle school, they probably get that information from their parents or...

Back to the basics: the first week of school

Back to the basics: the first week of school

Elena Horton, Reporter

September 26, 2018

Early morning coffee, a mantra here, a checklist there, everyone had their own way of preparing for this new school year and with that, their own experiences. Students and teachers alike even now are reflecting upon the first week, each with their own criticisms and comments. "I felt comfortable, li...

Anti-Semitism: More Than It Seems

Anti-Semitism: More Than It Seems

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

May 21, 2018

The Kiev Porgrom, The Eternal Jew, The Holocaust. Those are just some of many of the major times Jewish people have faced persecution. Dating as far back as the Civil War, American Jews have faced turmoil and hardship simply for existing. For those who are Jewish over seas, the date goes farther. "Anti...

Was Slavery a Choice?

May 14, 2018

400 years ago, the South had a thriving economy off of free slave labor. With a majority of those slaves being from Africa, with the system running on pure racism, it's regarded as one of the lowest points in American history. Kanye West, a rapper, made a comment which stirred many debates within...

School Safety

Amber Bolar

March 22, 2018

Since January 1st, 17 school shootings have occurred in the U.S. alone. With so much concern, schools are now taking higher measures with students and facility by having more practice lockdowns. While in practice lockdowns students should always take them seriously and perform them as they would during...

News in a New Way

Kayla Jeffers and Alex Wages

March 16, 2018

Teachers Take A Strike

Teachers Take A Strike

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

March 16, 2018

In Charleston, West Virginia, teachers from all sorts of West Virginian schools have taken part in major strikes for teacher's pay. The strikes started on the 28th of February, the teachers wanted a pay raise for all the hard work they do making their students into tomorrows future. While in front of...

All Star Greetings – Keke Palmer Makes an Appearance at RNE

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

March 15, 2018

  The ACT is one of the most anticipated exams of the year. It is around this time many students feel their moral becoming destroyed due to the stresses of testing. To combat this, Principal Sabrina Suber had a special event planned just for the students at RNE. One February 26th, RNE ...

Deadliest Diseases: The Flu

Deadliest Diseases: The Flu

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

March 15, 2018

One of the world's most common viruses is Influenza. In recent years, influenza has gotten more and more powerful though because of the many different strands there are. Once ill, someone who has it could have one strand, which needs a different antibiotic, "Personally I think that I have seen worse...

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