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To stand in front of 400 people is alarming, to say the least.
When a tragedy occurs, the people harmed seem to automatically blame a certain person or group. In general, people should not jump to such conclusions, but this is often done in regard to Muslims around the world.
I decided to be a dancer in the first grade, after a field trip to the Morton Theatre where I saw girls nearly my age put all of their heart into totally synchronized movement while being watched by a live audience.
Applying to college is a dull and tedious process, especially writing the many required supplementary essays.
When I first stepped into Clarke Central High School, I knew I had some big shoes to fill because everyone knew my siblings who graduated from CCHS in 2009 and 2011
I have always been an artist. As a child, I would tote my sketchbook around, doodling and creating characters at any free moment. The beauty of art lies in its ability to transcend all levels of education and age, all colors and all nationalities. An image rings through language barriers and connects the minds of the masses.
For me, the Jittery Joe’s Coffee Roaster is a place full of fond memories. I remember the year that the floor of the warehouse in the back was painted to look like a giant chess board and some artist had made a giant
Coldplay’s latest album is filled with throbbing harmonies and emotional lyrics which speak to the listener’s ear in a unique way.
The last, most sincere goodbye always hurts the most.
Sportify, a music social networking site, is one of the new ways to share songs with friends for free. However, just like all great trends, it will soon be on its way out of the sportlight.
Through miming, Clarke Central High School senior Janieria Dupree expresses her Christian faith with a group of other mimes at Chestnut Grove Baptist Church.
Clarke Central High School’s Miller Jordan Food Court has been mistreated. Students should do a better job cleaning up after themselves.
For Jasmine Norton, a former Providence Academy Christian School student, coming to Clarke Central High School as a junior has been a positive change in her life.