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The Last Time I… Got a Pet

The Last Time I… Got a Pet

Elyse Luecke, Staff Writer

April 16, 2015


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On Saturday, April 4th, freshman Patra Patton got what she had wished for. When she looked out the window, there was a small white dog running around in between houses and on the sidewalk. Patton walked outside to see where the dog went. She asked multiple neighbors if it belonged to them. None of the...

Five Questions With Rachel Yarbrough

Five Questions With Rachel Yarbrough

Roy Hawkins, Staff Writer/Photographer

April 14, 2015


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  If you could be any kind of animal, what would it be? Why? - "Well, I've never really thought of that, but I guess a panda. Firstly, they're really cute, but they still mean business, like you don't want to make a panda mad. Secondly, they're pretty chill, they do what they need to do t...

Super-easy cherry-chocolate ‘dump cake’

Quinlan Holt, Staff Writer

April 14, 2015


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This cake is something my mom makes often. It cake is extremely simple to make, and anyone can do it. I didn’t even have clear instructions the first time I made it, just vague directions told to my grandmother through the phone, and then told to me. It turned out pretty good. It can be made using...

Juice Cubes: A refreshing treat for a hot day

Juice Cubes: A refreshing treat for a hot day

Roy Hawkins, Staff Writer/Photographer

April 9, 2015


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 Juice Cubes are small ice cubes made of any kind of juice. Things you will need: Your favorite kind of juice Ice cube tray A freezer Toothpicks Instructions: Carefully pour the juice into the ice cube tray. Place the ice cube tray into your freezer and let it sit for 1 hour. Aft...

Paper Airplane DIY

Paper Airplane DIY

Chloe Ward, Staff Writer

April 7, 2015


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Paper airplanes are often associated with little kids or misbehaving classrooms. However, they can also be fun for people of all ages and maturity levels. Most people stick with basic, simple folding techniques, but there are so many more designs out there! Below is just one example that venture...

Pic of the Week: Brenna Joslin

Pic of the Week: Brenna Joslin

Cheynne Harris, Staff-Writer

April 7, 2015


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5 Questions With: Mr. Sheley

5 Questions With: Mr. Sheley

Valera Robinson, Staff Writer

April 7, 2015


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New Sun Theater Tech Q: Why did the theater need new systems? (when the sun was re-done were they not equipped?) A: "So when the Sun was rehabbed the technical equipment needed for a functioning theater was not included. Lights, sound, microphones, monitors even dressing rooms were not/have no...

DIY: Dyeing Easter Eggs

Madison Evans, Staff Writer

April 4, 2015


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Blue. Purple. Green. Pink. When all laid together, Easter eggs resemble the amazing colors of Spring. Although easter egg decorating is a tradition for many, most don’t know how that tradition started. The Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus doesn’t have a set date; it is celebrated...

5 Questions With: Mary Chamberlin

5 Questions With: Mary Chamberlin

Lexi Brunsma, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015


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  5 Questions with Mary Chamberlin, 11th grade   Vanilla or Chocolate? -Chocolate    Summer or Winter? -   Winter, “I have cuter clothes during winter time.”   Camp or Summer school? Camp   Brownies or cookies? Cookies, “Brownies...

How to Look Good in a Photo

How to Look Good in a Photo

JuJu Vieth, Photo Editor

March 20, 2015


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We all at one point in time looked less than appealing in a photo. Whether it was our school photo, or one with friends or family. However, with both of these there usually are no redos. So, how do you look your best in photos? If you don't know, here's how. Don't stand with your whole body facing ...

The Last Time I… Went To a Musical

Valera Robinson, Staff Writer

March 19, 2015


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"I recently saw Cinderella at the Fox Theatre and it was amazing!" says Marissa Pineda, 9th grade. “My family got tickets because we have season passes for 2015, which you can easily purchase." The Fox’s box office is located down the street from GCAA at 531 South Grand. They have multiple ways to...

5 Questions with Kristine Gage

5 Questions with Kristine Gage

Keeley Barket, Staff Writer

March 16, 2015


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Kristine Gage is a choir teacher at Grand Center Arts Academy, who was involved with this years Cabaret, this of course was her first year involved with this performance. Below are a list of question about the production and the responses from Miss Gage:   Q: What is the theme for cabaret thi...

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