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Hurricanes and Climate Change

Christian Rees

October 3, 2018

Filed under News

Hurricanes are a very familiar topic to most everyone, especially around this time of year. Seeing a newly forming hurricane on the news isn’t anything new. The same thing goes for climate change. Seeing something about it on th...

Mac Miller: Death & Tribute

September 25, 2018

Mummy Yields Earliest Known Egyptian Embalming Recipe

Taylor LaMance and Riley Wilson

September 21, 2018

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A new peak of mummification in the region by some 25,000 years ago. Resting in Turin, Italy, it lays in a fetal position, which it assumed thousands of years ago. At first look, you would think it was created by nature, but t...

Chemical Effects on Vietnam

Emily Hilton and Evan McElveen

September 11, 2018

Filed under News

In the 1950s-70s, when the Vietnam War was taking place, the U.S. turned to chemical warfare to help them fight off Vietnamese forces. The chemicals they used were Napalm and Agent Orange and it was very successful for the time being. Li...

The Spread of White Nationalism

Riley Wilson

August 30, 2018

Filed under News

White Nationalism… What is it? It is a nationalism that holds the belief the white people are a race and seeks to develop and maintain a White National Identity (one’s identity is or a sense of belonging to one’s state o...

10 Millionth Mustang

Taylor LaMance

August 27, 2018

Filed under News

In August 2018, the 10 millionth Mustang was made. Since April 14,1964, Ford has sold over 10 million Mustangs. The first Mustang had a v6 engine, 4 speed automatic transmission, and 146 horsepower. The 10 millionth Mustang h...

Yodel Boy Comes to Knoxville

Sam Ackerman, Alyssa Cuevas

May 25, 2018

Filed under News

After going viral on Twitter, 11-year-old Mason Ramsey is now going on tour around the nation. Performing in Walmart gave Yodel Boy his start, but now he is playing in music festivals like Coachella and Stagecoach. He also got the...

Patty Mallette

Sara Pereira Gonzalez

May 17, 2018

Filed under News

Many people have said that celebrities are very selfish  and don’t know how to get something themselves because of their looks. Here is the story of a strong  woman that went through hell and back but passed those obsta...

Chloe On Ice at Disney on Ice

Veronica Ward

May 14, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Congrats to FHS senior Chloe Wagner for getting accepted into the Disney on Ice program! After three years of live auditions at Pro Skaters and a video audition submission that can be found here, she’s been accepted to the progra...

Critics in Entertainment

Cole Mach

May 2, 2018

Filed under News

Everyone has opinions, but not everyone gets paid for them. That’s where we have our critics. A critic is defined as “a person who judges the merits of literary, artistic, or musical works, especially one who does so pr...

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