Virtual Reality

Sam Riley, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

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Virtual reality (VR) is a technological revolution. It allows a player to become fully immersed into a game, and it makes him/her feel like he/she is a part of it. But what ever happened to the saying, “Don’t sit too close...

Amazon Spheres

Ricky Clements, Business Manager

March 16, 2018

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Of all Amazon.com’s transformation of urban Seattle at its core, Amazon’s new ‘Spheres’ has drawn perhaps the most curiosity. Amazon’s newest building, Spheres, is a part of a $4 billion investment into downtown Seattle...

Misophonia

Chyna Grochoske, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

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Misophonia, also known as 4S (Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome), is the hatred of sound; it a rare condition amongst certain people who notice common sounds more intensely and very negatively. People with misophonia can be...

Golden Moments of the Olympics

Lars Lund, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

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On February 9, 2018, the Winter Olympics started in PyeongChang, South Korea. In a world where there’s always tension and conflict somewhere, the Olympics have a history of bringing people together to watch, cheer and celebrate...

Longest Running TV Shows

Emily Long, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

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Since 1927, we as people have had the absolute pleaure to experience the television and tv shows alike. Today, we are even more fortunate to have other electronics that allow us to stream these television shows almost anywhere...

A New Way: Michigan Cool Cities Initiative

Gigi Gioiosa, Senior Editor

March 16, 2018

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Michigan's Cool Cities Initiative is a way to revitalize Michigan’s cities by attracting the jobs and talents of the emerging economy. Midsize cities like Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo tend to attract a younger crowd, and to be...

Best Spring Break Locations

Shania Shirk, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

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When you’re looking for a nice, warm, or very relaxing place to spend spring break with the family, you should check out one of these places. Who knows? You might actually like it. Cancun, Mexico Known for its beaches, ...

Tomb Raider set to Raid Theaters Once Again

Ricky Clements, Business Manager

March 16, 2018

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17 years after the first movie being released, “Tomb Raider” is set to release on March 15. The “Tomb Raider” movies were first introduced in the early 2000s and were based on the video games made about the movies. The...

The Good and the Bad on Year-Round Schooling

Alaina Abnet, Junior Editor

March 16, 2018

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Year-round schooling isn’t the average nine months of school, then take a sweet summer vacation for three months. Year-round schooling consists of being present at the school for the majority of the year with hiatuses throughout...

Stones and their Superstitions

Darian Martin, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

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There are many tales of stones and how they relate to superstition. Some people believe wearing certain stones bring good or bad luck. Others believe wearing some stones promotes a specific mood and burst of energy or tiredness. The...

Solo & Ensemble

Rebecca Jacobs, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

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  Music is a universal language. Students at TRHS are very opinionated on how music affects them. It has the capability to give students a different meaning to life. Junior Tiffanie Maust, a saxophone player in symphony...

The Nation’s Largest Auto Show

Ricky Clements, Business Manager

March 13, 2018

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Members of the TRHS DECA program went to the auto show on Thursday, Feb. 15 and got to experience the auto show and the marketing behind it. Students and chaperones got to enjoy all of the cars while also learning about the world...

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