Religious extremism shown through protests, ideals

De'ja Heard, staff reporter

June 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Religious extremism is taboo to many people. Religious radicalism is not just in one religion; in fact, in almost every religion there is at least one group of extremists. Radicals are people who will go to any lengths to enforce... Read more »

Teenage jobs prove good for values, responsibility

De'Ja Heard, staff reporter

June 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion

It’s that time of year when high school students start looking for summer jobs, and to make major cash. Working during the summer is great for high school students. In the summer we have time to work and hang out with friends,... Read more »

Collective persuasion of social media inhibits masses

Cameron Fairchild, staff reporter

March 27, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Think back to the last major event in your life you didn’t share with your friends on the internet. Think of the last cool place you visited that you didn’t Snapchat about or take a selfie next to. Social apps, in all their... Read more »

Social media spawns predatory male behavior

Jude Hanno, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Meeting potential love interests on the internet has become a new fad. From apps like “Hot or Not” to “Meet Me,” you hear many teenagers nowadays talking about falling in love via these popular social networking sites.... Read more »