Monthly Archives: November 2012

Movies: An underappreciated art

As the credits roll and the lights come up, I finish my last handful of popcorn and sit in amazement at the miracle of human creativity. Walking out of the theater, my sneakers peeling off of the sticky floor with … Continue reading

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The heart of a hero

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a hero come to save the day. We all had our own fantasies of being super heroes when we were younger and maybe you continue to still have those fantasies, but what makes … Continue reading

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Break the cliques

Nerd, prep, emo, slut. These kinds of words label students every day. Don’t deny it, you know you have called someone one of those names before, I know I have. Stereotypes play a big role in the social atmosphere high … Continue reading

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A fruit and veggie frenzy: Stepping up health at lunch

With every new school year comes some sort of new rule. Whether it’s about the dress code or how teachers handle homework, we see it every single year. This year, however, the change isn’t in the classroom- it’s in the … Continue reading

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Reflector News Staff wants more evenly distributed funds

The recent renovations to the football stadium have left us with a new running track and a freshly washed and painted set of bleachers, but they also came with a price tag of approximately $320,000. In addition to these renovations, … Continue reading

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