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Technology and what it does to us

Anna Williamson, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Technology harms our mental health, physical health, and our social ability.  Our phones are meant to bring people together and make each-other happy, but it does the opposite. Our technology is how we communicate with one another and it is meant to be helpful. Our phones pull us in and away from socializing with friends or family. Technology and social media isolates people and creates a new...

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Is Tom Brady the GOAT?

Jacob VandeBunte, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Tom Brady has more Super Bowls than any other NFL team, let alone any other player. He is the greatest and most successful football player to play the game. At the age of 43, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl during his first year with the Buccaneers, and during that Super Bowl run, defeated Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Patrick Mahomes. He continues to prove again and again why he is on top. Tom...

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Facebook and the dislike button

Noah Neumann, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Facebook has shown many times that its platform is a positive place. But is it too positive? Is it positive to the point where people get the wrong idea because they are around people that believe only specific views? Facebook only shows certain posts that get lots of likes but compare that to views. There are many more views than likes no matter the person who posts it. For example, When a post...

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Perfectionist mindset in the world of ballet has serious consequences

Ella Kooy, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Ballet is a traditional form of art, where dancers contort their bodies to illustrate a story. Ballerinas strive for perfection, straight lines, pointed toes, and exquisite form while turning. The issue begins to rise when the perfectionist mindset extends past the technique and moves to the dancer's body. Dancers are told to shrink; tall, thin and beautiful is the mold, anyone who stands out is cut...

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Volunteer to make a difference in someone’s life

Lilly Bydalek, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Making a difference in people lifes will impact the way you see the world and make you continue to step out of your comfort zone to help others. Lending a helping hand or being a friend to others makes a difference to the people you spend time with more than it does to you. Volunteering makes a difference in a friend's life by bringing them friendship and love and joy. Why would someone want to become...

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Technology and what it does to us

Anna Williamson, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Technology harms our mental health, physical health, and our social ability.  Our phones are meant to bring people together and make each-other happy, but it does the opposite. Our technology is how we communicate with one another and it is meant to be helpful. Our phones pull us in and away from socializing with friends or family. Technology and social media isolates people and creates a new...

Continue Reading
Is Tom Brady the GOAT?

Jacob VandeBunte, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Tom Brady has more Super Bowls than any other NFL team, let alone any other player. He is the greatest and most successful football player to play the game. At the age of 43, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl during his first year with the Buccaneers, and during that Super Bowl run, defeated Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Patrick Mahomes. He continues to prove again and again why he is on top. Tom...

Continue Reading
Facebook and the dislike button

Noah Neumann, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Facebook has shown many times that its platform is a positive place. But is it too positive? Is it positive to the point where people get the wrong idea because they are around people that believe only specific views? Facebook only shows certain posts that get lots of likes but compare that to views. There are many more views than likes no matter the person who posts it. For example, When a post...

Continue Reading
Perfectionist mindset in the world of ballet has serious consequences

Ella Kooy, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Ballet is a traditional form of art, where dancers contort their bodies to illustrate a story. Ballerinas strive for perfection, straight lines, pointed toes, and exquisite form while turning. The issue begins to rise when the perfectionist mindset extends past the technique and moves to the dancer's body. Dancers are told to shrink; tall, thin and beautiful is the mold, anyone who stands out is cut...

Continue Reading
Volunteer to make a difference in someone’s life

Lilly Bydalek, Staff Writer | December 3, 2021

Making a difference in people lifes will impact the way you see the world and make you continue to step out of your comfort zone to help others. Lending a helping hand or being a friend to others makes a difference to the people you spend time with more than it does to you. Volunteering makes a difference in a friend's life by bringing them friendship and love and joy. Why would someone want to become...

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