Is This Thing On?

Alexander Almaguer, Editor-in-Cheif

October 3, 2012

Filed under Columns & Opinion

The Stable Stereo I think a few introductions are in order. My name is Alexander Almaguer and I’m the editor-in-chief of this publication, but let us forget those pompous titles. I’m here to write and entertain whoever may choose to dip into this slice of our fancy online paper.  The “Stable Stereo,” a weekly column to...

Red Laser

Red Laser

October 1, 2012

App of the Week Price: Free This handy app is available for iOS and Android. What separates th...

In Response to Feedback on Last Week’s Column

Tess Cagle, Reporter

September 26, 2012

Filed under Columns & Opinion

Letter From the Other Editor In my last column, there was a response in regards to the fact we publish in black and white rather than four color. I, and the rest of my staff, feel there were several misconceptions we would like to clear up. I took apart the response piece by piece and responded to all of the points brought up...

Fooducate

Fooducate

September 25, 2012

Price: Free Have you ever wondered how bad of an eater you are? I’m not talking about how fast you can ...

Why We Don’t Publish a Color Yearbook

Tess Cagle, Reporter, Yearbook Editor-in-Cheif

September 17, 2012

Filed under Columns & Opinion

Letter From the Other Editor  Hard work, dedication and an over abundance of laughter- that is basically how I would sum up what yearbook entails. I have noticed for the past three years that if you are not in yearbook, you usually do not really understand what goes on inside room 39. I hope that this column will give you a better i...

Ashley Masso

Ashley Masso

September 17, 2012

Meet the Freshman For freshman Ashley Masso, the volleyball court is where she feels at home. Howeve...

App of the Week: The Impossible Game

Christian Williams, Reporter

April 16, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Tired of slugging around the app store searching in vain for a worthy prize of your entertainment? Let me entice you. The impossible game has stroked itself among the elite as a fast-paced, harmonizing symphony that parallels a course of blood churning labyrinths. The game itself was produced by Fluke Duke, and up for grabs...

Guilty or Self Defense?

Guilty or Self Defense?

March 22, 2012

February 26, several 911 calls of an altercation startled Sanford, Florida civilians. Screaming and pleas...

A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal

February 8, 2012

Deductive reasoning would tell us, and rightly so, that many of the students at Memorial High School...

“The Acadmey Award Goes to…”

Daniela Tijerina, Featues Editor

January 17, 2012

Filed under Opinion

We all know that it's an honor just to be nominated but it doesn't feel too bad to win either. As the industries top names pick out their dresses for the evening and write their acceptance speeches critics are making their predictions about who will be going home with an Academy Award in their hands. This year there aren't many...

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