Author: Lyndsey Rawls

Jukebox

Out With The New, In With The Old

We all know those popular songs on the radio that play 500 times a day on one station alone. They are songs that often become redundant; so redundant that we unintentionally memorize every piece...

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Melanie Martinez Dollhouse Tour Review

Melanie Martinez is most commonly recognized as the eclectic girl with Cruella Deville-like colored hair from the singing competition show The Voice. She initially caught the attention of viewers on the singing competition show...

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Preparing For College

Application deadlines are approaching and stress levels are rising as seniors prepare for the monumental decision they have spent their years of high school preparing for: college. To many, college can be one of...

Fine Arts

The Importance Of Fine Arts

STEM are four letters that have emerged into an important and valuable focus in the education and occupational fields recently. Science, technology, engineering and math have taken the reigns and become the center of...

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Domestic Issues: Coping With Inappropriate Violence

Apathy is a common occurrence that has plagued our generation. People have simply grown accustomed to their surroundings by a lack of participation, interest, dedication, and/or education about things happening around them. It’s common...

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Efforts to Help Humanity Weren’t Polished

Four students from North Carolina State University have recently gained hordes of media recognition for their development of nail polish that has the capability to detect date-rape drugs in people’s drinks just by stirring...

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Pet Names? More Like Pet Peeve

Often when in a relationship, people use pet names when referring to their significant other. Terms–and differentiations of them– like baby, sweetheart, and love often overflow from the mouths of the love-struck. These terms...

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Christmas around the world

When December rolls around, minds begin to become less crowded with worries about school and filled more with excitement and plans for winter break. Most often when break comes, students tend to think that...

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They Are Students Too

People with autism are often underestimated in terms of their abilities and intelligence. Many people with high functioning autism are placed in special education classes, while others with lower functioning autism are often discriminated...