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School Board Lifts Fidget Spinner Ban (satire)

Sophia Graham

June 8, 2017

Filed under Middle School, Opinion, Pop Culture

This week, the Grosse Pointe Board of Education announced that they would be permanently lifting the ban on fidget spinners. Middle and high school students have started to take their final exams, and district officials think th...

Disney’s World of Avatar

Sophia Graham

June 1, 2017

Filed under News, Pop Culture, Television and Movies

Disney World’s Animal Kingdom is famous for its lush landscapes and plant life. That’s why Pandora: The World of Avatar, fits perfectly within the beloved theme park. For those of you that have seen the movie Avatar, the futuristic...

Detroit’s QLine: Success or Failure?

Sophia Graham

May 31, 2017

Filed under News, Pop Culture

After 10 years of planning, constructing, and financing, Detroit’s QLine has finally opened. The M-1 Rail, the non-profit that organized the project, was very excited to unveil the system on May 12th.  All of the pesky orange...

Reading, Why It’s Important

Joey Cahill

May 30, 2017

Filed under Books, Middle School, Opinion, Pop Culture

Ugh, why do I even need to read for homework? I hate reading. Reading takes too long. I’m sure you’ve thought this at some point. Only 40% of students have read a book within the past twelve months, but reading can be fun. Her...

Manchester Bombing

Joey Cahill

May 25, 2017

Filed under Pop Culture

On May 22, 2017 at 10:30 p.m. a bomb went off during an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom. I woke up around 7 in the morning and went online to look at the news and saw the headline “Suicide Bomber Killed 22 Du...

Dead Men Tell No Tales

Matthew Ball

May 23, 2017

Filed under Television and Movies

The new movie Dead Men Tell No Tales, Jack Sparrow, played by Johnny Depp, is on a mission to get the Trident of the Poseidon, an artifact that allows you to take control of the sea, so he can try to stop his old nemesis. He is...

Tim Burton Biography

Daisy Czochara, Diversity Director

March 31, 2017

Filed under Pop Culture, Television and Movies

I feel like no matter where or how you grew up, you probably grew up watching at least one of Tim Burton’s movies. A classic that most everyone has seen is The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), which is one of his more kno...

The Name of the Story Chapter 4: Escape

Michael Cook and Nathan Miller

March 31, 2017

Filed under Books, News

The Name of the Story Chapter 4: Escape   I followed them into a room labeled ‘Specimen S’. The one who looked like the leader of 195 immediately shot a look at me and I knew I was in trouble. All I said was ...

How Does Chevrolet Make Their Cars Appeal to Different Age Groups?

Sophia Graham, Editor

March 24, 2017

Filed under Middle School, Pop Culture, Technology

A world without advertisements might sound like a dream come true to many, but many companies heavily depend on ads to sell their product. Without advertisement, brands would have no way for the general public to find out abou...

King Kong vs. King Kong Skull Island

Matthew Ball and Luke Kohler

March 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Television and Movies

King Kong vs. King Kong Skull Island King Kong is a amazing movie. It is action packed, entertaining, and just a simply suspenseful movie. The new movie King Kong Skull Island is very well filmed movie. Now let’s get into the ...

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