Generation Z: The Young and the Frugal

Natalie Jones, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Most teenagers today are familiar with the stigma of the older generation before them: the millennials. Millennials have earned a bad rap over the years for many of their generations’ habits. For all the Clovis High student...

Are We Pointlessly Killing Sharks?

Emma Streich, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Shark attacks along the West Coast have almost doubled from 2016 to 2017. In 2016 there were five attacks reported while in 2017 there were nine according to the Fresno Bee. None of the 2017 attacks were fatal. Eight of the nine attac...

Altered Carbon Starts Off Successfully

Josiah Majors, Reporter

February 7, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

The newest Netflix Original Altered Carbon offers mystery, science fiction, and action all in one. The world of Altered Carbon is beautiful and terrifying at the same time. Immortality can be accessed by all, and since  dyin...

Trump vs. Jay-Z

Justin Lowery, Reporter

February 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

President Donald Trump has started yet another feud over social media with his recent comments with famous rapper Jay-Z. After Trump boasted that African-Americans have witnessed their lowest unemployment rates in years at nearly 6.8%...

CULTURE II

Justin Lowery, Reporter

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Migos dropped their much anticipated Culture II rap album just over a week ago on January 26. The album comes just over a year after the rap group released the original “Culture” album which skyrocketed the popularity o...

Why Isn’t Black History Month Recognized on Campus?

Faith McKesson, Reporter

February 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

With over 10 holidays and events celebrated in the month of February, one of the most important has been Black History Month. Extending through the month of February, Black History Month is a time for showcasing and paying t...

New York Times Faces Backlash for Controversial Obituary

Chloe Swinney, Reporter

January 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The New York Times recently wrote an obituary for the head of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, President Thomas S. Monson, who died on January 2 of this year at the age of 90. To the dismay of many church membe...

Logan Paul: The Fall of an Empire

Brooke Sauceda, Reporter

January 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Many children are allowed access to a phone or tablet these days. This means that most children have access to the endless array of content YouTube has to offer, and not all of it is child friendly. However, child-friendly “...

Hollywood Hypocrisy

Faith McKesson, Reporter

January 22, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The snowball effect happening in Hollywood following the many accusations of sexual assault and harassment against producer Harvey Weinstein in early October has opened up discussion regarding sexual assault in the workplace and al...

The Unforeseen Danger of Driving

Alexa Vanhooser, Editor-in-Chief

January 17, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Over the holiday break, misunderstanding led to outrage. Twitter users from across the nation utilized their platform to warn others regarding D.U.I checkpoints, offering alternate routes to avoid confrontation. Naturally, one would...

The Last Jedi: Let the Memes Begin

Chloe Swinney, Reporter

January 17, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

With the release of the eighth in the saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, theaters all around the country were bursting with enthusiastic fans on December 14. However, despite the fervent promises that the film would surpass all that ca...

JUMANJI!

Payton Mayer, Reporter

January 17, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a continuation of the first film that starred the beloved Robin Williams and a young Kirsten Dunst. The movie is directed by Jake Kasdan and begins with a runner on a beach passing the board...

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