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Poetry is “Lost”

Poetry is “Lost”

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018


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"Forever Lost" by Kirsten Rice, is a poem that she wrote for Coach Black’s “Totally Uncalled For”, an extra credit opportunity for English students. "Forever Lost" By Kirsten Rice They fill our head with hate and fear Scaring us to do what they want Forcing us to be who they want us to be They...

Poetry Has “Feelings”

Poetry Has “Feelings”

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018


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Staff Writer Kirsten Rice adds another poem to the Poetry Segment. In this poem, she writes about feelings. She often posts her poems in Coach Black's "Totally Uncalled For" writing center. "Feelings", by Kirsten Rice, is a poem that she wrote for Coach Black's "Totally Uncalled For", an extra credit o...

Kirsten’s Book Nook– Top Ten Favorites

Kirsten’s Book Nook– Top Ten Favorites

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018


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Kirsten Rice Compiles Her Top Ten Books From This Year My top ten favorites of this semester would have to be To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han, my rating for this book would be 11 out of 10. The movie for this was also amazing, I recommend it if you haven't watched it yet. Torn ...

Four Generations

Four Generations

Chandra Rice, Editor

October 17, 2018


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Generations Of Groom Attendees seen in the Halls of Groom School Raymond "Ray" Britten visited the halls of Groom school. Ray is the oldest living Groom High School graduate from the class of 1939. "He's always up for storytelling; always smiling and positive," grand-daughter Sara Hudson said. ...

Poetry Has a Twisted Turn

Poetry Has a Twisted Turn

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018


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Monsters by Kirsten Rice, is an extra credit paper she wrote for "Totally Uncalled For" that gets hung up in English teacher, Mrs. Black's room on her chalkboard. Monsters We all have our own monsters In our homes In our heads Darkness we can't chase away With bottles of poison The...

Kirsten’s Book Nook – “Open Road Summer”

Kirsten’s Book Nook – “Open Road Summer”

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

December 31, 2017


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"Open Road Summer" by Emery Lord Dee Montgomery is a country pop star in the search of love after her and her long time boyfriend Jimmy break up right before summer hits. Reagan is her best friend with a bad home life and bad boyfriends. Dee just released her new album when summer hits, so now her...

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


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Staff Writer Kirsten Rice continues her Book Nook segment with Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors. Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors Mimi Wallingford is sick of Shakespeare theater, and even more sick of being recognized solely by the prestige of her last name. Unlike her ancestors, Mimi has an extre...

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


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Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han "This is the ending to the "To All The Boy's I Loved Before" series by Jenny Han. This series comes to a close with this book which in my opinion is my favorite of the series because I threw several emotions into this book. " said Rice. " This book would be...

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

October 10, 2017


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"Defending Taylor" by Miranda Kenneally Taylor has always pushed herself to be perfect. After all, that's what is expected of a senator's daughter. But one impulsive decision, one lie to cover for her boyfriend, and Taylor gets kicked out of a private school. Everything that she has worked so hard...

10 Rules for Gaming

10 Rules for Gaming

Tanis Terbush, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017


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When it comes to video-gaming, eighth-grader Tanis Terbush says he has 10 rules to help his gamer friends achieve success: Always Compete. I always have to win. The main point is to do my best and make sure that you don’t give up. I did this with my friend Zander Mays and my cousin William K...

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