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I Give Flamin’ Hot Cheetos a Five-Star Review

I Give Flamin’ Hot Cheetos a Five-Star Review

Tia Vogtsberger, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Hot Cheetos… A true work of art. The simplicity of them is breath-taking. Their color make them simply, stunning masterpieces.  Chester Cheetah is always there when you need an unhealthy snack to binge Netflix or when you simply need to stress eat. He is the perfect friend to have on a road tr...

Do Lunch Ladies Fat Shame?

Do Lunch Ladies Fat Shame?

Alexandra Kube, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Look, I'll be the first to say that I'm not the skinniest gal around. I'm not a Flat Earther, I'm a Fat Earther. To be quite honest, I look like an overweight cabbage patch doll, even down to the dimpled knees.  Realizing my bias in regards to my self-image, I turned to my friends to help paint this...

From the Eyes of an Exchange Student

From the Eyes of an Exchange Student

Colinet Zoe, staff writer

January 13, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Two weeks ago, on November 29, the winter pep assembly got shut down. In a short time that followed, everyone was aware of what happened. Being an exchange student from Belgium, it was a situation that was unusual for me. During this assembly, a couple students started Wi-Fi hotspots.  Students created...

My Wild Ride Aboard The Never-Ending Trump Train

Ben Pfriem, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Our President’s political career has been loud and controversial at every possible turn. But he has made himself one of the most dedicated fan bases a political candidate has ever had in recent times. Like a true businessman, he’s made himself his own brand “MAGA,” which is so widespread as to...

PNW Pride

PNW Pride

Luie Cartier, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

We Washingtonians are very proud of our weather. We wear our rain jackets with dignity and stick up for mother nature. Patagonia probably makes half its sales just from Washington alone. It is very common for someone to pay upwards $100 for a Patagonia or North Face. The most popular style I see at Glacier...

Stresses With Group Projects

Stresses With Group Projects

Dezi McDaniel, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Group projects can and be fun, yet very stressful at the same time.  For instance, having to agree upon the decisions you make, knowing that it is going to reflect your grade, and relying on others to do their part correctly can be very stressful during a group project. Also, when doing assignments such...

Best Netflix Show Ever

Best Netflix Show Ever

Dezi McDaniel, Staff Writer

June 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

After binge watching the first seven and a half seasons of the show The Office on Netflix, I have come to the conclusion that is one of the best, if not the best Netflix show. Although The Office is an older show that began in 2005, the quality of the show is still amazing. The unique camera angles,...

Investing In The Future

Investing In The Future

Erica Lane, Staff Writer

June 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The question has risen of whether or not it is really important to do an internship before applying for a job. Do you need to get the hands-on experience that is talked about when discussing the importance of internships? Or is it a matter of just landing the right job? Well, both. During the school...

School Should Start Later

School Should Start Later

Erica Lane, Editor

June 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

As the school year winds down, summer is closely approaching. Although summer is coming quickly, so is the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. Recently, there have been talks in senior government classes about how school should start an hour later. Seniors in Mr. Bonners class made PowerPoints and videos...