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Favorite songs of the summer

Favorite songs of the summer

September 13, 2018

Review: Jack Ryan

Review: Jack Ryan

September 13, 2018

It’s never the boyfriend

Olivia Cohen, News Editor

September 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

In the era we find ourselves living in, word travels fast. So fast when an event occurs in the news, within hours, even minutes of its occurance, a slew of news articles are already on the scene reporting it. So when the media broke and let the news spill of Mac Miller's death, a river of reports, stories, theories and comments were already being made.

Taylor wants a Swift change in reputation

Olivia Cohen, News Editor

September 7, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

We all know Taylor Swift as the as the pop singer with the songs about the ups and downs of her love life and the singer with the lyrics expressing her most personal experiences. But since Swift has dropped her newest album Reputation, it has made some skeptical of her new persona and what it means.

Op/Ed: The lost top 10’s

Sam Buttress, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

One of my favorite parts of our newspaper every month is the hilarious top ten, but not every list can make the cut. Here are the top tens of the year that got rejected.

Op/Ed: Lebron James vs Michael Jordan

David Campbell and Gianni Tejada

June 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials, Uncategorized

Lebron James has become one of the greatest basketball players to ever live and nobody can debate this. However many people believe he is not only one of the best but actually is the best. Two Royal Page sports reporters debate on...

Drake and Pusha T: The Jay Z and Nas of this generation

Mason Arneson, Staff Reporter

June 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

The pre-summer stretch arguably the most important in the music industry out of the entire year. The songs and projects that have been or will be released will be benchmarks of the summer music landscape

Op/Ed: Tapped review

Olivia Cohen, Staff Reporter

May 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

I never thought that taking a required science class would ever affect me as much as it did. As I sat in Honors Biology, my class watched the documentary Tapped, an exposé about the bottled water industry and how the effects of the superior use of plastics and the chemical BPA that is found in plastics, affect our bodies and the environment.  

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