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  • Something Sweet on the Way

    Something Sweet on the Way

    Nate Carr, Editor-in-Chief

    November 13, 2018

    During the past few months, little by little, Dainya Park and Laura Highlander, with the help of many students relocated hundreds of books, several shelving units, a handful of tables and chairs to the right hand side of the library in preparation for a new bistro. Builders currently plan to begin constr...

    Photo courtesy of Magen McMillian

  • Inhale, Exhale

    Inhale, Exhale

    Taryn Holmes, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

    November 13, 2018

    Historically, people often smoked both habitually and recreationally, unaware cancer and other health problems resulted from the action. Although the general public now knows these facts, many still choose to appease their tobacco addiction through smoking. Once hooked on the powerful drug...

    Photo courtesy of Taryn Holmes

  • Mealtime Mayhem

    Mealtime Mayhem

    Lindsay Gogniat, Staff Writer

    November 2, 2018

    Due to multiple incidents, the administration decided to remove off-campus lunch privileges as of August 2018. They added another lunch period and provided more available seating in the lunchroom. As a result of more people needing space at lunch, they increased the seating capacity. Although they added ...

    Photo courtesy of Lindsay Gogniat

  • Objection to the Highest Court

    Objection to the Highest Court

    Haleigh Hurst, Staff Writer

    October 30, 2018

    In today’s society, it’s not about what people know, it’s about who people know. This theory proved its accuracy when Brett Kavanaugh gained approval to join the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh replaced one of the most crucial judges on the Supreme Court, Anthony Kennedy, who often considered himself t...

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  • History of Decatur

    History of Decatur

    Eden Jones, Staff Writer

    October 25, 2018

    Zachary Taylor established Taylorsville in 1856, around the time ​Henry A. Wise established ​Wise County. However, the local bishop, a man of great power in the town, disagreed with the name because he disliked Zachary, the man who owned Taylorsville. Zachary then renamed the town Decatu...

    Photo courtesy of Eden Jones

Something Sweet on the Way

Nate Carr, Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2018

Taryn Holmes, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2018

Lindsay Gogniat, Staff Writer
November 2, 2018

October 30, 2018

Haleigh Hurst, Staff Writer
October 30, 2018

Eden Jones, Staff Writer
October 25, 2018

Something Sweet on the Way
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  • Steeler to Teacher October 24, 2017
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Inhale, Exhale
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  • Failed Feminism October 16, 2018
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Contradicting Opinions Arise
  • More Diversity Desired September 20, 2018
  • Wired for the Future September 10, 2018
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