Lapping Everyone’s Intelligence


Uncle Ricky, Breaker of Logic
September 4, 2014

So recently I’ve been perplexed by the infamous “lap.” When you sit down, you can put your hands in your lap. Where does it go when you stand? Does it just magically manifest itself whenever your knees bend? These thoughts are causing me to rethink my position on fanny packs. They are... Read more »

Rooms of the House

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Eric White, Desk Writer
May 29, 2014

La Dispute released a new album on March 18, Rooms of the House, that was highly anticipated by many in the indie rock world.  The band is from Michigan, and has gained a continuously growing fan base over the years with their unusual genre of “spoken word.”  If you like hooks and melodies, guitar... Read more »

School Hallway Brings Existential Thoughts


Blake Sloan, Ponderer of the Universe
May 27, 2014

The wonderful class changes (ha!) at North Augusta High School have always been an imminent occurrence throughout my day.  The familiar ringing of the bell; the terribly cramped halls; the occasional fist fight.  Sophomore Joshua Beverly says, “I’d honestly rather stay in class than ‘walk’... Read more »

Adventure Time!


Kaben Holmes, Desk Writer
May 6, 2014

One of my favorite shows currently running  is Adventure Time. I watch it religiously. “Adventure Time is one of my favorite shows. My brother has seasons 1 and 2 on DVD,”  Junior Alexis Osborn tells us. Adventure Time is about the adventures of (now) sixteen-year-old Finn and his dog/half... Read more »

NBA Playoffs

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Eric White, Desk Writer
May 6, 2014

Eastern Conference: The Hawks and Pacers matchup is probably the biggest surprise of the playoffs thus far.  Right now the Hawks (8 seed) are beating the Pacers (1 seed) 3 games to 2.  As a Hawks fan, I couldn’t be happier, and along with any other follower of the NBA, I’m blown away.  The... Read more »

The Definitive List of Things to Do Before You Die


Jared Stogner, Desk Writer
May 6, 2014

Life is all about living on the edge and doing things that you’ve always wanted to do. If you just float through life, what’s the point of living it? Here is my list of the top 5 things to do and places to visit before you die. (P.S. Most of these are in NYC.)   5. Trapeze School... Read more »

Evolution of the Heart


Juliann Lloyd, Desk Writer
May 6, 2014

Medical specialists have conducted experiments on the affects that laughter has on life. Laughter reduces levels of stress hormones, provides physical and emotional release, and is an excellent workout for the heart. The more you laugh, the happier you are. (Scott)  If happiness has proved to positively... Read more »

WE Can Love Again!


Jordan Houston, Desk Writer
May 5, 2014

Divorce: it’s when two people who fell deeply in love with each other have to end their marital relationship for personal, or in some instances, public reasons. For whatever reason this decision is made, it is their own business and for them to worry about. I don’t even want to bring your attention... Read more »

“I was just on tour for a year and a half and I’m tired!”


Nummer Seal, Nacob Jelson
April 29, 2014

Mac Demarco, the gap-toothed scumbag we’ve all come to love, has just released his second studio album. Salad Days is the perfect example of immaturity at its finest: guitar pop paired with sappy love ballads. The Montreal singer is a master at making each instrument work together as one, flowing... Read more »

Shine a Light on Slavery


Sarah Larabee, Procrastinator
April 17, 2014

February twenty-seventh was national Shine a Light on Slavery Day advocated by the End It Movement, a day dedicated to raising awareness for the still-present human trafficking and slavery around the world. For the day, a large amount of supporters draw a red “X” on their hand, or something of that... Read more »

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