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Homecoming dance alternatives

September 21, 2013

By Nabi Dressler Editor-in-Chief Disclaimer: I’m not skipping Homecoming because I’m a bitter senior but because my cold is still inhibiting me from breathing out of my nose and I conveniently have four tests on Tuesday. I am not trying to dissuade others from attending. --------- For various reaso...

Wacky news

December 18, 2012

              By Brian Park Executive In-Depth Editor| Story: The US company J&D’s has come out with a brand new product-- Bacon Shaving Cream. With the motto, “Everything should taste like bacon,” the company has made products like bacon roses, bacon lip balm, ...

Looking left and right

December 12, 2012

By Anna Boratyn Executive Opinion Editor| Like every other teenage internet activist on the planet, I believe that the "internet should be free."  And kumbaya, to you too.  But what does freedom entail? To me, it simply means that both countries and corporations shouldn't have undue influence over s...

Happy Thoughts

December 4, 2012

By Miranda Holloway Editor-In-Chief| It’s the best time of year! Yes, I know it’s a cliche, but it’s only a cliche because it’s true. December is my second favorite month (October wins simply because that’s my birthday month). The holiday spirit, the early winter snows, the sales and the exces...

Gift Guide

November 30, 2012

By Maddy Moloney Associate Editor-In-Chief| *Editor’s note: This was mentioned   from Nov. 30′s print edition of the Prospector. Tis the season to be jolly! But it can be so hard when your racked down with nerves and anxiety over getting your boyfriend/girlfriend a decent holiday gift. In print I ...

Flipping the channel

November 29, 2012

By Khrystyna Halatyma Executive In-Depth Editor| Season seven of Dexter is the most twisted yet -- and that’s saying something when it comes to Dexter Morgans (Michael C. Hall) life. The season started with Deb (Jennifer Carpenter), Dexters sister, finding out that he is a serial killer. This confrontation was admittedly a little disappointing....

Winter Break— or not: Last year's editorial on homework

November 27, 2012

*Editor's note: This is last year's editorial on homework mentioned on page 5  from Nov. 30's print edition of the Prospector. In "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, Juliet asks, "What's in a name?" She was talking about a rose and Romeo; however, if Juliet was talking about winter break, she'd ...

Breaking traditions

November 27, 2012

By Aungelina Dahm Executive Sports Editor| The tradition of brides wearing a veil at their wedding was something that symbolized the husband taking over her instead of the father. When the veil would be lifted up from her face by the father it would be known that the husband would now be responsible for ...

Introduction to Magic: Part 2

November 26, 2012

By Brian Park Executive In-Depth Editor| Why start magic? Before I start answering this question, first think to yourself: When was the last time someone presented a magic trick to you? For most people, it would probably be, if at all, a long time ago. Because of the lack of magic from the rise of video g...

Wacky News

November 12, 2012

By Danielle Church News Editor| The Story: Facebook is a social media site that is constantly changing. It is a way people can communicate with one another from all over the world. One of the ways they communicate with one another is by “liking” things on Facebook. People can “like” each other...

Awkward moment with Kelly

November 8, 2012

By Kelly Schoessling Entertainment Editor| When you think of fall, you’re mostly likely to think about bonfires, colorful leaves and jackets to keep warm during the colder weather change. However after a very long and restless weekend, I will forever associate fall with something else, cold and flu...

Happy Thought

November 7, 2012

By Miranda Holloway Editor-in-Chief| This happy thought is going to stray from my normal format or rambling about unicorns and butterflies and glitter and all that mumbo jumbo. Nay, this issue I will tell a little story. It’s not a long story but it’s a jolly one. One day in early October I had to...

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