Unique Thanksgiving Traditions

Travelling across states can be a big part of Thanksgiving traditions. “For my Thanksgiving, I go to Iowa with my family because my dad’s family lives there and they throw a gigantic party. We usually have a lot of our cousins, aunts and uncles. Our grandparents come and we have blast. It is a good… Continue reading Unique Thanksgiving Traditions


Fortnite Chapter 2 from the Perspective of an Epic Gamer

Since I started playing mid-season 4, Fortnite has been by far my biggest guilty pleasure. I enjoy the consistently changing map, unique and enjoyable game modes, and wide range of weapons. Abruptly in Chapter 1, there was a black hole that consumed everything in the game, and didn’t even let players log into their accounts.… Continue reading Fortnite Chapter 2 from the Perspective of an Epic Gamer


Thanksgiving = Food Coma

With every year passing more and more memories are made during the holidays. Thanksgiving is no exception as families come together to show thanks for each other and spend time together. Food is shared and bonds are created. Students share their favorite Thanksgiving recipe. “Probably pumpkin pie because we make everything from scratch. It’s usually… Continue reading Thanksgiving = Food Coma


Is the Black Friday hassle worth it?

A midnight fashion mall run, full day of Christmas cheer and shopping, and spending time with my family and friends: all ways to describe Black Friday.  But is it actually worth all the effort and getting no sleep? To me, Black Friday is a touchy topic.  It is a great way to get all of… Continue reading Is the Black Friday hassle worth it?


Greenwood’s Seussical Jr. in the making

Bright lights, props, dancing and singing; middle school students are hard at work to make the up and coming musical, Seussical perfect. Junior Parker Irwin is the director of the play. He and his team of students are working very hard to make sure everything is going to plan and up to standards. “My vision… Continue reading Greenwood’s Seussical Jr. in the making


Christmas annoys customers

Every year, the holiday season arrives—Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, but never in chronological order. By the time October and November roll around, shoppers know to expect stores everywhere pushing Christmas items. This is a polarizing decision, as some believe this is too early to be thinking about decking the halls. “The first time I see… Continue reading Christmas annoys customers

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Energy Spot Questionable

It is a scam. Before I went to The Energy Spot, I did some research. I was suspicious about the nutritional value of the shakes because I do not think a shake named Strawberry Oreo Cheesecake could possibly healthy. When I pulled up the website, I noticed in small print on the front page it… Continue reading Energy Spot Questionable