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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 Lynus, 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 this to...

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.

Tracking a new-found path

Miranda Perkins, Staff Writer

May 5, 2019

The first day of spring is something to be marveled at. It’s a symbol of new beginnings: the squirrels awake from the slumber, the flowers yawn awake. The bees are buzzing in new life and rebirth. Trees bloom with flowers and fruit, the air is full of the sweet aroma of pollen and peonies. The birds are building new homes fo...

Time of my life

Megan Elizabeth, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

Honestly, I think prom is one of the dumber high school traditions. Personally, a room filled with a thousand hot and sweaty teens, complaining that their feet hurt because their shoes that they borrowed from their older brother are not fitting correctly, does not sound fun to me. There’s just something about it, the dancing...

Best of Netflix

Best of Netflix

March 25, 2019

As an ever growing, ever loved, ever obsessed over of youth culture, Netflix has found a home into m...

Dear future teachers, be warned…

Noah Zentz, Staff Writer

March 21, 2019

     A widespread call for teacher pay raises has been on the rise in Indiana. As educators and advocates for a teacher compensation raise are taking it to Indiana’s political leaders to solve the issue, this question arises— is Indiana doing enough to meet the call for reform, or is reform even necessary in the first ...

A city upon a hill

A city upon a hill

March 20, 2019

The City of Noblesville, like a classic Renaissance painting, is a fine piece of art. The roundabouts, ...

The art of the matter

Bella Murdock, Sports Editor

March 14, 2019

In a time where standardized tests and numbers on transcripts are used to determine a high school student’s worth, students are not being taught the value of the arts. Occasionally, students take art classes as “blow-off” classes because they don’t feel like they have to try to get an “A.” But some students know...

Separating the art from the artist

Separating the art from the artist

February 21, 2019

       A couple of weeks ago I began to write this article. I felt it was an important arti...

Staff ed: dear seniors…

Miranda Perkins, staff writer

February 15, 2019

We, as students and young people, are often pushed to follow the idea of the American Dream. We are told that we have to follow a certain path to make our way in the world so that our future descendants will be able to live a better life than we did. We have to study hard so we can make good grades, so we can make it into good ...

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