A Project for Better Journalism chapter


How to Become Anti-Racist with the Help of STAMPED

September 15, 2020 4:25pm | Ellie Bonnette

With everything going on in our country regarding the BLM (Black Lives Matter) movement, you may have asked yourself the question, “Have I been doing enough as an ally to the BLM movement and the fight for racial justice? Is reposting black squares and racial […]


September 15, 2020 4:24pm | Bailee Gardner

The television series, Euphoria, has not only had over 5 million viewers, but has inspired make-up looks, party themes, and even a whole new line of style. The main attraction to the show has to do with the cast members and how they portray the […]

2020 Video Games

September 15, 2020 4:10pm | James Wood

Playing video games is fun. Especially during quarantine with everything closed and it being blazing hot out, video games are a fun thing to do in side. However, if you’re in a video game rut and you’re tired of playing the same games over and […]

2020 Video Games You Need to Try

September 15, 2020 4:09pm | James Ames-Spears

With the upcoming release of the new Playstation and Xbox consoles with many new and previously anticipated titles being released alongside them, video games are even more of a talking point at the moment. The market for video games, however, is currently very oversaturated with […]

The Rise of Harry Styles

March 6, 2020 5:34pm | Hannah Collier

 With the release of Harry Styles’ new album, it is safe to say that he has taken the world by storm. Since the debut of his first solo album in 2017, Harry Styles has graced the cover of Rolling Stone, modeled for Gucci, toured the […]

“1917:” A Cinematic Take on WWI

March 6, 2020 5:33pm | Ellie Bonnette

On December 4th, 2019, an epic WWI film called 1917 was released into America’s theaters. 1917 is based on a true story that occured in WWI between Great Britain, France’s ally, and Germany. With an 89% rating from Rotten Tomatoes, nominations for several Academy Awards […]

Little Women: A Modern Day Take on an All-Time Classic

February 10, 2020 5:16pm | Ellie Bonnette

Inspiring, love, family, purity. These words just begin to show the elements that Little Women captures. Little Women was released into theaters on Christmas Day, and since then, fans have been raving about what an excellent film it is. Before becoming a major film, Little […]

“Frozen’s” Long Awaited Sequel

December 13, 2019 5:39pm | Mia Germinaro

Frozen 2 was the sequel to Frozen. The movie took place a couple years after the first movie  ended and begins by showing where all the characters are in their lives now. Then, of course, a conflict arises in which the main characters-Elsa, her sister […]

The Inspiring Story of “Atypical”

December 13, 2019 5:36pm | Ellie Bonnette

On November 1st, the third season of Netflix’s Atypical was released. Atypical is a heartwarming and inspiring series about a teenage boy, Sam Gardner, who was diagnosed with an autism disorder and has an obsession with Antarctica and the penguins who live there, and makes […]

Netflix Adopts Childhood Favorites

December 13, 2019 5:32pm | Morgan Jones

On Friday, November 1st, the news spread like wildfire of the two new additions of childhood classics to Netflix. Every kid that grew up watching Victorious and Sam and Cat jumped onto Netflix and saw the familiar faces of the characters on two childhood shows. […]