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Importance of friends: Friendsgiving is coming and everyone needs to celebrate

Kaci Craig, Business Manager/ Co-Photo Editor

November 18, 2019

During this time of year, people say what they are thankful for and are celebrating the national holiday of Thanksgiving. It’s a time of year where we celebrate the things we are grateful for- like our family or our accomplishments throughout the year.

Here comes the boom: Zoomers have a message for boomers

Here comes the boom: Zoomers have a message for boomers

November 16, 2019

It’s time to stop the senior discounts and the disrespecting of teenage workers. And baby boomers ...

What makes Halloween attractions so addictive?

Samie Eldridge and Cayden Giacoma

November 15, 2019

When it comes to Halloween, what first pops into your head? Costumes? Parties? Music? Doing the one thing your parents advised you from doing- taking candy from strangers? This nation-wide loved holiday is held dearly to the hearts of many, but there is one aspect that sends shivers down the spine of the average person. The amusement parks. Here in Indy we have a variety- Hannah’s Haunted Acres, Indy Scream Park, the newer Twisted Woods, Piney Acres Scream Farm, and Necropolis. People have an addiction to these delightful frights, but why? Is it the adrenaline? The frequent cheesiness? The actors? Or maybe it’s just something for whenever you get tired of watching horror movies. Whilst we’re in the afterglow of the spookiest scary season, this aspect of the Holiday is one I’d very much love to explore. So take a seat, put on some spooky tunes, relax, and enjoy some spooktober goodness.

The way we see it: Taking time

The way we see it: Taking time

November 15, 2019

There are 24 hours in a day. However, sometimes 24 hours don’t actually seem like enough for students. After school, there’s homework, meetings, jobs, practices, and rehearsals that must be attended to. Whether you’re overwhelmed with one or all of those things, the bottom line is this: high school can be overwhelming.

The dying art of handwritten letters: The decline of meaningful communication

The dying art of handwritten letters: The decline of meaningful communication

October 6, 2019

Letters were sentimental items, as the writer(s) would take their time in choosing what to say. Where did all of this go? Why has this modern era turned to short handed text messages, that only exist on a screen? 

The biggest losers on the internet: Companies are damaging their reputations online

The biggest losers on the internet: Companies are damaging their reputations online

October 5, 2019

The Great Chicken Sandwich Wars featured two major chicken powers fighting for control over the holy grail, or Holy Chicken Sandwich, if you will.

The way we see it: The value of a teacher

The way we see it: The value of a teacher

October 4, 2019

There’s something special about teachers.

The truth is out there

The truth is out there

September 20, 2019

The year is 1997, a typical day for radio show host Art Bell on the talk show Coast To Coast. So far the day had been relatively uneventful, until a frantic anonymous caller phoned into the show, claiming to have top secret information on the existence of extraterrestrial beings. 

Why so serious?

Why so serious?

May 22, 2019

In the summer of 2008, one of the best superhero movies of all time exploded onto the silver screen and drastically changed the way we see the most iconic villain of all time–the Joker. 

Marvel-ous movies

Marvel-ous movies

May 22, 2019

Marvel: A cinematic universe with 22 movies that seamlessly fit together into one big story line. Does DC have that? Didn’t think so.

Give it back

Hope Lynas, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

There you are, unaware of your surroundings, the frigid floor beneath you. This place is unfamiliar, musty and coated with the stench of lonely, dirty children. You are one of those children. A tear slides down your left cheek; Mama and Papa are not here. Where are they when you need them most? They did not intend for th...

Through the looking glass

Through the looking glass

May 21, 2019

Nearly 400 students of this year’s graduating class have attended Noblesville Schools for the past 13 years. That’s 13 years (at least) of remaining in one place surrounded by basically all the same people. Although permanence is not always such bad thing, it paves the way for enclosure. Enclosure then causes ignorance—ignorance to the world existing outside of our own.

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