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Crackdown

Crackdown

Madeline Sisk and Snowden Farnsworth

March 30, 2020

On Friday, Feb. 7, bright blue bins crept into class-rooms. Their purpose? To seize the students’ cell phones one by one. Right after school had dismissed for the weekend, students received an email from Dean of Students Kalyn Underwood issuing a new phone policy. Students are now required to place...

The Legends Who Go Unheard

The Legends Who Go Unheard

Cary Robbins, Editor of Feature Stories

March 27, 2020

Cameron William Selmon, Curtis Lloyd Johnson and Christopher Thomas died due to senseless gun violence, but many people do not know their names. Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter accident, a helicopter that if he had not been on, nobody but people from the area of the crash would have known about. Accordi...

Top Netflix Shows to Watch at Home

Top Netflix Shows to Watch at Home

Erin O'Connell and Kayla Sanford

March 27, 2020

Erin O'Connell and Kayla Sanford give recommendations for best Netflix shows to watch while under coronavirus quarantine.

Crossing the Tan Line

Crossing the Tan Line

Erin O'Connell and Keiara Baker

March 27, 2020

As prom season approaches, high schoolers start to consider different ways to enhance their appearances. One of the most popular trends is spray tanning, especially among females. In 2010, 70% of people who went to tanning salons were white females between the ages of 16 and 29, according to DoSomething.org...

A Tour De Force

A Tour De Force

Isabel Dlabach and Jacob Gettig

March 23, 2020

It seems like “Star Wars” has been a force, binding modern culture together since the premier of “Episode IV – A New Hope.” Whether they’ve seen the movies or not, many people in western society (and beyond) have heard about “Star Wars,” including 95% of Collierville campus student survey...

What You Say

What You Say

Cary Robbins, Editor of Feature Stories

March 20, 2020

This past November, junior Dariya Jones performed a poem at Coffee House, St. George’s annual performing arts showcase. The poem, which she wrote as a monologue for her sophomore English class, sought to describe her life as a black person in America. In it, she referenced losing an uncle to gun violence...