Losing a Furry Loved One

Jose Embil, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

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Whether they have fur, scales, or feathers, pets can be and are integral parts of a family. When a family loses a pet, it is devastating and will affect everyone in the family. Nick Katsaros, a senior, said, “It was sad because...

Quiz Bowl takes Second at County

Kaitlin Ritchie, Senior Editor

March 13, 2018

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On Feb. 21, the TRHS quiz bowl team took second with 98 points at the county competition.  Sturgis took first with 106 points, and Centreville took third with 97 points.  The TRHS quiz bowl team that competed consisted of sophomore...

The Mitten’s Language

Alaina Abnet, Junior Editor

March 13, 2018

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The natives to the Mitten have been known to have an accent. The way the “Michiganders” pronounce their words are said to be different compared to other states.   Common patterns of a Michigander’s speech is talking fast,...

The Birth of the Ukulele

Heaven Grochoske, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

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The ukulele is a small four stringed instrument. This instrument is known for its Hawaiian background and is differently pronounced oo-koo-ley-ley in Hawaii. The name ukulele in Hawaiian means ‘jumping flee’, so called from...

Changing Your Daily Life

Destiny Allstead, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

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Imagine. You’re walking down the street, one foot in front of the other. You focus solely on your feet as they pass over crack, after crack in the sidewalk. You notice blurs of black, blue, and red as people pass by you. Glancing...

A Motion Through Time

Chyna Grochoske, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

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Movies have come a long way since they were first created. A movie in 1800s doesn’t even compare to the length of a television movie in the modern world. In fact, the first movie ever made was only 15 seconds long. The specific...

The Early Bird Gets The Worm

Lauryn Carlisi, Junior Editor

February 26, 2018

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Waking up early can be a huge struggle every morning, especially if you are a night owl. Everybody enjoys sleeping, and when you are forced to deal with your responsibilities for the day at an early hour, it doesn’t allow time...

Depression

Destiny Allstead, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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Depression is a very difficult disease to understand due to its complexity. Depression affects people in different ways. Teacher Teresa Smola says, “I think a lot of people think that one can easily get over depression. You don'...

Bizarre Holidays in February

Katie Geans, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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Every day, no matter what month, there is always something special to celebrate. As for February, there are some good and some bad holidays. Let’s begin with February 1. On this day you can celebrate Nation Freedom Day and...

Pixar is doing ‘Incredible’ Things

Sam Riley, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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It has been 14 years since Pixar released its greatest and only superhero movie. In 2004, The Incredibles was released. Making over $250 million in the box office, it is Pixar’s 7th highest grossing movie. Bob Parr (Mr. Incre...

All About Amazonian Warriors

Alex Marsh, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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Amazonian warriors  have many names: Androktones (killersslayers of men), Androleteiraj (destroyers of men/ murderesses), Antianeirai (those who fight like men), and Steganor (those who loathe all men). Not many people have ever...

Popular Books of 2018

Chyna Grochoske, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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It’s almost two months into the new year, and according to Goodreads, there are about 200 books either already published or expected to be published in 2018. These five popular books of 2018 only consist of books already published,...

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