Athletic Alumni: Remembering 2010 Boy’s Bowling

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

December 7, 2017

Filed under Columns, Sports

Friday, December 11, 2009. A day that will never be forgotten throughout South’s history. “The loss was tough to face,” former Cougar Bryan Tomac said. “High school is already hard enough without tragedy slapping...

How politically correct speech helps politics

Caitlin Deerwester, Page Design Editor

December 7, 2017

Filed under Opinions

Radical Islamic terrorism is a popular term used by President Trump, a term that former President’s Obama and Bush rightfully refused to use. The reason is simple: describing terrorism as radical Islamic terrorism implies...

Jackson’s Dice Roll: GMOS are not GM-Nos

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Welcome to Jackson’s Dice Roll, a new section about whatever textfixer.com’s Random Word Generator offers me. Every issue of this column starts with a roll for two or three words on the generator, followed by them being carefully...

The daughters of the confederacy

Caitlin Deerwester, Page Design Editor

December 7, 2017

Filed under Opinions

The daughters of the confederacy shaped the ideology that there is a false equivalence between southern pride and confederate pride. A common belief among Southerners is that the confederacy was in opposition of slavery, and for...

Paws or Claws: Fallout 4

Jon Otero, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

In the world of gaming there has always been rivalries: Call of Duty vs. Battlefield, Overwatch vs.Team Fortress, and Fallout 4 vs. Skyrim. Let’s focus on the fight between Skyrim and Fallout 4. Both games have been made by...

Paws or Claws: Skyrim

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Skyrim is a game for all types of people. This role-playing game covers an incredible amount of fronts, offering the player options to play whatever kind of character they want, whether it be a stealthy, lockpicking cat-person,...

Conspiracy Theory: A pixelated universe

River Finnegan, News and Feature Editor, Online Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

If the world were to be composed of pixels and computer generated scenarios, we would never be able to tell the difference between reality and a simulation. The theory first popularized by the movie The Matrix, has since exploded...

Star Wars Battlefront II, beyond the controversy

Jon Otero, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Many Americans enjoy Star Wars, from the movies to the books to the games. The most recent installment to the game franchise, Battlefront II, is a mess. Setting aside the loot box scandal, it’s still questionable if the game...

Thor: Ragnarok: how formula writing ruins good movies

Jon Otero, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinions

Thor (Chris Hemswroth) faces a new foe, his sister, Hela (Cate Blanchett) in Thor: Ragnarok. After years of imprisonment in the dark realm Hela comes back and bans Thor and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) to another world controlled by...

Fine Dining & Breathing: Joy Yee Noodle

River Finnegan, News and Feature Editor, Online Editor-in-Chief

December 6, 2017

Filed under Opinions

Joy Yee Noodle, a “tapas” style restaurant, is a Pan-Asian restaurant that serves everything from spicy curries, fried rice, hot plates and soups. The restaurant recently expanded and renovated to look and feel like a modern...

Destiny 2 review

James Dralle, Associate Editor

November 21, 2017

Filed under Opinions

Bungie’s second installment of the Destiny hit stores nationwide in late October. After the infamous Ghaul, the leader of the Red Legion carries on an attack of the beloved Tower. After stealing all the Guardians light, everyone...

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