• Media and its Language

    Media and its Language

    Kenyatta, Desk Writer/ Interviewer

    September 3, 2015

    Interview with Mr. Owens   What is “Language of Media”?   We start with the basic assumption that most of our communication these days is visual in nature—media like tv, movies, billboards, and advertisements. From there, we look at the basic building blocks of visual media (... READ MORE »»

  • You Are Worthy

    You Are Worthy

    Jordan Houston, Editor, Black Activist

    September 3, 2015

    The world revolves around connection and communication. However simple those two things may seem to you, they may be hard for another. Too many times society has seen “the other kid” and decided to shun said kid. Well I have something to say, who are we to decide who is great and who is not? We each... READ MORE »»

  • Gravity: your worst enemy and best friend

    Gravity: your worst enemy and best friend

    Travis Pratt, Desk Writer

    May 31, 2015

    Gravity is the mysterious wonder of the universe and you hate-slash-love it. All around you is gravity and no matter how hard you try you cannot escape it. Discovered by Isaac Newton, Gravity was founded in 1686 while Isaac Newton was sitting under an apple tree and an apple fell on his head. After that... READ MORE »»

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  • It’s Almost That Time

    It’s Almost That Time

    Caylin Gregory, Desk Writer

    May 31, 2015

    As summer is approaching, the students of North Augusta High School are eagerly planning their lengthy lists of exciting summer vacations. When asked, students and their peers mentioned trips as simple as visiting Myrtle Beach to ones more extravagant such as exploring New York City. The fourth quar... READ MORE »»

    Caylin Gregory

  • The 2015 Special Olympics

    The 2015 Special Olympics

    Erin McDowell, Kristen Hurst, and Katie Lowry, Desk Writers

    May 21, 2015

    The Special Olympics began in 1963 as a day for people who have intellectual disabilities. It helps them build self-esteem, develop skills, participate in sharing gifts, and to learn partnership. Each game is intended for athletes to compete with other participants who have similar abilities.  People... READ MORE »»

    Jenna West

Features

The 82%

Parker Mitton, Desk Writer

Normally, you would wish for at least an 80% on a test. If it were a difficult one, then yes, since 80% is a good distance from a full 100. But lets find a situation where...  Read More »

September 1, 2015

Lunch: The Most Unnecessary Thing To Worry About Ever

I know first hand how hard it can be to find a good group of people to sit with at lunch. Of course, there are always those groups of happy cliques, and...  Read More »

Be a Decent Person

The South-Eastern part of the United States is generally known for the politeness and courtesy of the people, also referred to as  "southern hospitality."...  Read More »

The Breakfast Club

“We’re all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that’s all.” – The Breakfast Club. There are categorizations people put...  Read More »

Opinions and Views

Lunch: The Most Unnecessary Thing To Worry About Ever

Kate Wells, Desk Writer

I know first hand how hard it can be to find a good group of people to sit with at lunch. Of course, there are always those groups of happy cliques, and those cliques are...  Read More »

September 1, 2015

Traveling Soothes the Soul

Kristen Hurst, Desk Writer

Have you ever taken the time to drop everything that you're doing, and just drive? Studies are now showing that traveling is good for the mind and the body. Whether you drive...  Read More »

September 1, 2015