Written By Adrianna LoChirco With the end of the semester quickly approaching, it seems students are stressing to raise their grades. Students are forced to attend school, be represented by test scores, and grades. Why does the school system focus … Continue reading An Opinion On Grades
Written By Christian Ploetner It is November and leaves are still falling. Thanksgiving just ended, but stores are promoting neon tress and nutcrackers. Christmas season may be upon us, but Thanksgiving has barley passed. The turkey has been carved, stuffing … Continue reading Is it too Early to be Listening to Christmas Music?
Written By Travis Crabtree As Halloween approaches, horror movies begin to roll into theaters. There are many cult favorite horror movies, such as Halloween, Friday the 13th, or Scream. Why are new horror movies not cult favorites? It is believed … Continue reading An Opinion on Horror Movies
Written By Travis Crabtree Fall takes place between September 22nd and December 21st. Fall is the season immediately following summer and bringing in colder weather. During fall, the amount of daylight becomes shorter. Daylight savings time will occur on November … Continue reading An Opinion on Fall
Written By Travis Crabtree This year, PRP began to operate on a block schedule, meaning students go to certain classes on certain days. There are only two block days a week, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Why has PRP moved to … Continue reading An Opinion on Block Schedules
Written By Travis Crabtree Traditionally, Black Friday is when stores have sales the day after Thanksgiving. My question is, if Black Friday is supposed to be the day after Thanksgiving, why are big box stores such as Walmart open at … Continue reading An Opinion on Black Friday
Written By Travis Crabtree As we finish October, we also finish the reign of pumpkin spice flavoring. This year we had many new pumpkin spice products. Every year companies produce new pumpkin spice items, a few new ones this year … Continue reading An Opinion on Pumpkin Spice