Written By Natalie Harris While in midst of a pandemic, we often find ourselves stuck at home with nothing to do, many have turned to old hobbies, and some even have developed new hobbies. One of the most popular is … Continue reading Yummy! Sweet Treat Recipe
Written By Mason Lewis The superbowl is the NFL’s biggest game and has been for 55 years and no one even comes close to Tom Bady´s experience in it. In his 21 year career he’s been to the game 10 … Continue reading Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski Become most Prolific Passing duo in NFL Playoff history
Written By Kassidy Shaw It’s February which means it’s now Black History Month. For centuries African Americans were seen as less than, because of this inequity, we now celebrate African American or Black history month to honor the accomplishments made … Continue reading What is Black History Month and Why Do We Celebrate it?
Written By Sumria Islam By now we have all heard about what’s happening in Myanmar, a country in southeast Asia. Back in 1948 the country struggled with independence. However, after a lot of time they were united. After gaining independence, … Continue reading Social Issues Beyond America
Written By Patrick Domeck With many students that are in a visual arts class online learning seems a bit different from other classes if it is band, orchestra, and art. There are about 94,060 art teachers and 122,500 music teachers … Continue reading How Do Visual Art Classes Operate During NTI?
Written By Selena Bailey Approximately six and a half million animals are put into animal shelters a year. During 2020 we went through, and are continuing to go through a pandemic that has put many people out of work and … Continue reading Animal Adoption During A Pandemic
Written By Ahrea Thompson Haikyuu!! appears to be an ordinary game shonen manga, following a gathering of young men taking a stab at their fantasy and a hero beating the incomprehensible through collaboration and exertion. While it is about that, … Continue reading Anime Review: Haikyuu!
Written By Jada Murry Imagine yourself on a Friday night, with friends, sitting up in the stands waiting for the cheerleaders to run out onto the field bringing the football players out, not far behind. At first the Panthers are … Continue reading School Sports: How Has This Changed Since COVID-19?
Written By Mason Lewis Mia Langford wins Distinctive Award in the Horsing Around With Art Competition. The horsing around with art competition is an art competition put on by the Kentucky Derby Museum for students from third to twelfth grade. … Continue reading Congrats, Mia Langford!
Written By Joseph Bickel President Joe Biden revealed his COVID-19 relief plan called the American Rescue Plan. The hope is that the American Rescue Plan will sustain U.S. families and firms until the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available. The total … Continue reading Biden’s New Groove