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We Need To Talk: How Fake News is Impacting Society

Elena Horton, Reporter

December 13, 2016

As we go farther as a human race and evolve, we create more innovative things that benefit us all. One of these things happen to be the internet. We use it to publish stories here, you the reader are using it to read this article. However, with every good comes an evil. In recent years, fake news has...

Prescription Drug Abuse

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

December 7, 2016

Twenty Five percent of teens have abused prescription drugs. Teens do it to get high, relieve stress, or even beat depression. Sometimes, they think it will help them be better in school too. “I took Oxycodone and it really didn’t have an effect on me. I took, the Adderall and it also did not hav...

Pride

Joe Coveney, Web Master

December 5, 2016

Pride is an event made for the LGBT+ community and is used to celebrate equality and LGBT rights. Anyone, no matter race, gender, sexuality, or nationality can attend the event. Every year the Pride festival grows in attendance, but in turn the number of protesters dwindles. “Pride is a day where children, adults, young, ol...

One Year Since The Flood

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

December 5, 2016

Last October the state was hit with a massive flood that ravished the state. Twenty inches of rain fell across the state. Businesses and homes were destroyed as creeks and rivers overflowed with water causing flooding. “We had eleven feet of water in the building and obviously had to close and the build...

The Choice: Stand Or Sit

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

November 18, 2016

When Quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee on the sideline during the national anthem the question arose if people should stand during the anthem, but how does that affect us at school? Kaepernick says he exercised his first amendment rights to bring awareness to social and racial issues. The f...

The Final Presidential Debate

The Final Presidential Debate

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

October 25, 2016

Last Wednesday night Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton took the stage in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was the last chance for the two nominees to debate against each other before the election on November 8, 2016. Highlights Of the Night Trump refused to say if h...

Hurricane Matthew: A Waking Nightmare

Hurricane Matthew: A Waking Nightmare

Elena Horton, Reporter

October 15, 2016

  It was nothing they had seen before. The last time a hurricane hit South Carolina in such a way, it was 2007. News broadcasters all over the nation were panicked. Over a billion people were evacuated from a raging monster. That monster, was Hurricane Matthew. Hurricane Matthew was simply a gust of wind ...

Man Finds Comfort in Walking

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

October 13, 2016

Mr. Wardley suffers from PTSD and can often be seen walking down North Brickyard and North Springs Road waving and greeting every car that passes him while he walks.   According to the National Institute of Mental Health, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that develo...

REACT: Quit Clownin’ Around!

REACT: Quit Clownin' Around!

Elena Horton, Reporter

October 4, 2016

With Halloween around the corner, pranks are fairly normal -- from innocent scares, to vandalism. But recently, there has been a large increase of clowns being seen all across not only the Midlands, but the country as well. The situation has only gotten worse and worse as months have gone by, with cl...

Cavs vs Bruins update

September 25, 2015

We're in the 3rd quarter and Cavaliers are dominating. Here's a look at what's been happening.

Miss Cavalier 2015 crowned

September 25, 2015

Winner: Salome Brown First runner up: Gisele Bair Second runner up: Taelore Hicks   We've got the story on your your 2015 homecoming queen.

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