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Aidan Erdahl, Arts and Culture Editor

September 29, 2020

Nothing’s new Scooby-Doo

Ethan Gill, Co-Opinions Editor

May 27, 2020

It’s hard to successfully change the formula of “Scooby-Doo”. The tried and true serialized adventures of four young adults and their talking dog finding the logical reasons behind a “supernatural” monster-of-the-week has been standard since the show's inception with “Scooby -Doo, Where Are ...

“Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak” shows the ins and outs of a virus

In the “Pandemic” docuseries, it mainly focuses on the doctors and scientists in very close proximity to the virus. The series is now streaming on Netflix.

Karina Rower, Co-Arts and Culture Editor

May 22, 2020

When it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many unknowns. We didn’t know how our society and daily routines would be disrupted. We don’t know when our lives will return to normal. We don’t know how or when this pandemic will resolve. It is imperative to stay informed, and why not be aware ...

Why “The Clone Wars” should be your next “Star Wars” fix

Ethan Gill, Co-Opinions Editor

May 22, 2020

“Star Wars”, despite the name, has always been against war. Even at its most subtle, it’s not that subtle. While it’s easy to see the anti-war message in films like “Rogue One”, or “The Last Jedi”, there is no place where the anti-war message is more highlighted than in the animated series “...

Painted Earth

On a slow day, Trisha Statde works on an art piece to fill the time and keep her inventory stocked.

Megan Riehle, Arts and Culture Editor

May 7, 2020

Have you ever stumbled upon a painted rock in your neighborhood park? They’re called love rocks. They are meant to provide a spot of love and joy in a person's day when they find one. After finding a couple love rocks herself, an artist and mother of five by the name of Painted Earth on Facebook (o...

Creativity in a crisis

Angelic Tosado, senior, models some of the necklaces she has made. Tosado created her jewelry business, Newmoon Jewelry, shortly after Oregon's shelter-in-place order was first issued.

Kaleigh Henderson, Podcast Editor

May 5, 2020

When faced with a shut-down school, shut-down social lives, and a practically shut-down country, students’ lives tend to, well, shut down. Some students take advantage of the extended period of self-isolation by sleeping in until noon, spending excessive amounts of time on their phones, binge-...

7 best reading spots

7 best reading spots

Megan Riehle, Arts and Culture Editor

May 4, 2020

While cases of COVID-19 continue to occur and the state of Oregon remains under orders to social distance, there’s a struggle to stay occupied as well as safe. These reading spots are ideal places to consider when leaving the house while sticking to social distancing guidelines.    ...

Sticking it to the man

Megan Riehle, Arts and Culture Editor

April 21, 2020

Beginning mid way through last school year, a student has installed a collection of art celebrating marginalized groups, providing access to mental health support outlets and representing a diverse group of gender and sexuality identities. The artist has expressed concerns of being punished, consi...

Preserving whimsy and wonder

Matilda Milner, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 14, 2020

In the world of high-stakes self isolation that Covid-19 has imposed, days can feel lackluster, monotonous, and dare I say boring. Even before the frenzy of Zoom meetings and long days at home, it was easy to forget the magic of everyday life, which Starlee Kine reminds us of in her six episode podcas...

Overcoming heartbreak within the DC universe

Zoe Barnett, Co-Opinion editor

March 9, 2020

On Feb. 7, “Birds of Prey” was released into theaters. The movie was centered around Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie.  Even though Quinn and the Joker were loved by many, their relationship was extremely toxic.In contrast “Birds of Prey'' hits the viewer with a bit of a twist:&nbs...

For no particular reason: horror (episode two)

For no particular reason: horror (episode two)

Ethan Gill and Remy Gottschling

March 6, 2020

  Welcome back to episode two of "For No Particular reason." In this episode Remy Gottschling and Ethan Gill are joined by Nolan Lampson and Aidan Erdahl as they discuss horror with an emphasis on movies. They discuss what makes it great, why it works and why they love it....

The irony of ‘Richard Jewell’

On the set of

Paige Rodriguez, Photo Editor

February 27, 2020

Clint Eastwood and Warner Brothers are under fire for the defamation of the deceased journalist, Kathy Scruggs, in Eastwood's newest film. On Dec. 13, 2019, "Richard Jewell" hit the big screen. The movie covers the portrayal of wrongfully accused security guard Richard Jewell, who alerted the authori...

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