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Boys, Boys, Boys

Boys, Boys, Boys

Kate Shatel, Reporter March 31, 2021

Most storylines that are drug along over the span of three movies, end up extremely cheesy and dull. “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever” is pretty close to both of those labels,...

Dealing with Physical Therapy

Sophie St. Amour, Reporter March 31, 2021

If you’re looking for a place to start your road to recovery after an injury, I highly recommend Stodden Physical Therapy. With highly experienced physical therapists, they offer extremely beneficial...

Self-driving Smart Car Auto Parking

Documentary or Thriller?

Nila Chandramouli, Reporter March 31, 2021

As many true-crime fans were eager to watch Crime Scene: the Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, most found themselves quite disappointed with the Netflix documentary by Joe Berlinger. Although its use of impressing...

Mask up. Properly this Time.

Mask up. Properly this Time.

Emma LeDent, Web Editor February 8, 2021

PSA: you look dumb when your mask is under your nose. You don’t look quirky or cute. You look stupid and ignorant. Okay, that was a tad aggressive, but it had to be said. The amount of people I see walking...

From the Outside Looking in

From the Outside Looking in

Sophie St. Amour, Reporter February 3, 2021

If you’ve taken a look around during the passing period, you’ve probably noticed something out of the normal. Maybe it was the loud clicks, or the deception of a girl missing half her leg, or possibly...

Congested parking lot

Parking Lot Plight

Ellie Adamson, Reporter January 21, 2021

Almost every student at Elkhorn South can relate to the struggle of making it to school in time to get a good parking spot. Every morning it is a scramble to jump out of bed, eat breakfast, and dash off...

2020: A Success! (Music wise)

2020: A Success! (Music wise)

Nora Rai, Reporter December 17, 2020

I’ve heard the term “during these unprecedented times'' a solid 4000 times in the past year. 2020 was weird, yeah, but as an occasional optimist, I think we should focus on some of the brighter aspects...

English Reads that Actually Weren't Bad

English Reads that Actually Weren’t Bad

Emma LeDent, Web Editor December 17, 2020

Some of the titles we have read in English over the years have been pretty awful, I won't lie to you. However, there are some rare gems in the lot that really stand out in my memory. To Kill A Mockingbird This...

An Affordable and Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide

An Affordable and Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide

Nora Rai, Reporter December 17, 2020

If I’m being honest, I’ve always been a lazy procrastinator. However, this year, it feels like my procrastination has gotten even worse somehow, and now I’m starting to think it’s taken up my whole...

Holidays at the Shatel's: the 2020 Remix

Holidays at the Shatel’s: the 2020 Remix

Kate Shatel, Reporter December 14, 2020

Christmas is nothing without dozens of hours surrounded by family. The tugging at Mom’s arm in an attempt to leave Grandma’s house after seven hours of listening to family stories from ten years ago,...

The Lost Husband

The Lost Husband

Hanna Haffner, Reporter December 14, 2020

The Lost Husband is an unremarkable movie.  Libby, a widow and a mom of two, is learning how to do life without her husband.  Her family moves in with Libby’s mother and learns that was just not the...

How to Survive Finals Week as a Procrastinator 101

How to Survive Finals Week as a Procrastinator 101

Chloe Gregg, Reporter December 14, 2020

Oh joy, it’s finals week. The week of questioning the meaning of life, drinking an ungodly amount of redbull, and inevitably creating an emotional support group chat where we debate on whether or not...

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