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Mrs. McKay’s Trump Rally experience

Mrs. McKay’s Trump Rally experience

November 15, 2018


Filed under Non-Fiction, Opinion

Mrs. Mckay’s experience at the Donald Trump rally was very memorable for many reasons. They stood in line for 2 hours in 100 degree weather, though it was absolutely worth it. “If given the chance I would absolutely do it again”. After getting through tough security, such as metal detectors and...

“Don’t Compare Yourself To Others”

Alexis Heflin

October 22, 2018


Filed under Opinion

“Don’t Compare Yourself To Others,” is the advice Tom Shillue gives in his PragerU video. We, as normal humans, do this in our everyday lives more times than we can count. As students we want others GPA’s and rankings. As professionals we want others salaries and job positions. We compare ourselves...

Helping or Hurting? Students’ outlook on School Rules

Helping or Hurting? Students’ outlook on School Rules

Jordan Culver, Asst. Editor in Chief

September 26, 2018


Filed under AHS News, News, Opinion, Uncategorized

Here at Arlington, there have been several changes to school policies in the last couple of years. “Since I’ve been here you can't use the bathroom in private, water bottles are frowned upon, you get sent to court for vaping in the bathroom, and you only have two days to turn in work even though we ...

7 Things to Know When Starting a Podcast

7 Things to Know When Starting a Podcast

Sam Trigg, Instagram Manager

September 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion, Podcasts

Have you ever wanted to start a podcast? Make your self a behind the camera internet celebrity? If so, these are some tips for you that I wish I knew when I was starting a podcast! 7 Things to Know When Starting a Podcast 1. Make sure you know what you want to talk about. Know what you want to talk about, because after you make your podcast about a subject its hard to swit...

Micro-Transaction and Why the Need to Go

May 10, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Micro-transactions have been a controversial topic for a long time, even before the whole Battlefront II thing happened. Many gamers hate them, but few of them try to defend this choice in video games. I’ll go through most of all the points why they don’t hate this system. While some won’t say...

The Battle Royale Genre

Austin Nuchols, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Everybody has heard about Fortnite. It’s the new craze that is taking over video games. But what is Fortnite? Fortnite is the current most popular Battle Royale game. Battle Royale games are based off of the 2000 Japanese movie called Battle Royale. The movies features 42 Highschool freshmen sent to an island all alone. Battle Royal...

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Austin Nuchols, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Disney has been making bank recently, with the release of Marvel’s Infinity War Disney made $252 million in the opening weekend alone. Star Wars also has an box office buster coming out soon, Solo: A Star Wars Story. The movie is coming out only a few months after 2017’s The Last Jedi. The So...

The Paris Climate Agreement

Austin Nuchols, Staff

March 5, 2018


Filed under National and International News, News, Opinion

The United States recently left the Paris Climate Agreement. The Agreement is to cut down carbon emissions into the atmosphere to help prevent climate change. Almost every country in the world is a part of the agreement. The only three countries in the world are now Nicaragua, Syria, and now the United...

Black Panther not just a superhero movie

Davis Cornelius, Staff

March 1, 2018


Filed under Creative Writing, Film Reviews, National and International News, News, Opinion

Marvel has been making movies that have drawn big crowds for years, but Black Panther is on a whole new level. The second weekend Black Panther topped all Marvel Cinematic Universe movies as the highest grossing movie with 700 million dollars. The city of Memphis placed number one in ticket sales. Memphis...

Political Opinion Trump Article

Abigail Martin, Facebook Manager

February 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

America’s current president Donald Trump has been in office for about a year now. Since being elected he has taken over social media with his political views. On a typical day, he tweets an average of ten times and over 300 times a month. Many Americans consider a lot of Trump’s tweets controversial and...

Do Video Games Make Us Violent?

Ethan Hall, Staff

February 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Parents have always said video games cause violence, do you agree? There are a lot of violent games some are old and some are new but none the less they are still violent. People seem to be drawn to the violent games more than the non-violent ones and it’s because they seek the action packed games...

1 picture and 100 words

Davis Cornelius, Staff

February 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Get ready for Easter! Easter is a time of making eggs and being with family, whether it is looking for eggs in an Easter Egg Hunt or buying new clothes at the mall for the next Sunday morning service. Many people have different traditions for Easter, but in the end everyone should have the same conce...

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