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Battle of the Bubbl’rs

Battle of the Bubbl’rs

Grace Loonan, Freelance Editor October 22, 2022

Hey, you! Vis student! Yeah, I see you struggling to stay awake in class. You might’ve worked late the night before or spent the evening studying for a difficult test. Maybe a strenuous sports practice...

8 Great Movies to Watch During Hispanic Heritage Month

8 Great Movies to Watch During Hispanic Heritage Month

Grace Loonan, Freelance Editor October 22, 2022

¡Hola Visitation! Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Now is a time for us to learn about Hispanic culture as we recognize how Hispanic Americans have contributed to and shaped the culture, history, and successes...

Four Fall Themed Recipes You Should Try

Four Fall Themed Recipes You Should Try

Maddie Johnson, Arts, Style, and Culture Editor October 19, 2022

Breakfast Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats (1 Serving) ½ cup rolled oats ¾ cup milk ¼ cup canned pumpkin 1 tablespoon maple syrup (to taste, more if you want it sweeter) 2 tablespoons chia...

“The Lottery” & the Cover of Normalization

“The Lottery” & the Cover of Normalization

Kathryn Looney, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

Of all the unsettling short stories one might read in or out of school, such as “I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream,” “The Yellow Wallpaper,” or “The Furnished Room,” to give a few examples,...

Do or Do Not, There is No Try

Megan Overell October 19, 2022

“Do or do not, there is no try” is a very famous Star Wars quote said by Master Yoda himself. Yoda is always speaking backward and sometimes you have to switch the words around for something to make...

I Read 32 Books So Far This Year. Here’s a One Sentence Review for All of Them.

I Read 32 Books So Far This Year. Here’s a One Sentence Review for All of Them.

Mamie O'Leary October 19, 2022

You can read. You read the title. Let’s get going since we have a lot to cover. The Awakening by Kate Chopin Obviously a classic, though after I read it, the mere thought of the ocean fills me...

The Making of the Star Spangled Banner

The Making of the Star Spangled Banner

Astrid Kieser Kisting October 19, 2022

The Star Spangled Banner, perhaps the most recognizable symbol for our country, is a vital piece of American history. However, it may shock you to know that the creator of the American flag was not, in...

Assessing the Cult Classic Album: The Beastie Boys’ Paul’s Boutique

Assessing the Cult Classic Album: The Beastie Boys’ Paul’s Boutique

Solana Arriondo October 19, 2022

Paul’s Boutique was the Beastie Boys’ 1989 masterpiece. It was one of the most masterfully made albums of all time, but it flopped. Paul’s Boutique followed just three years after their smash hit...

My Hair Will Always Know Me Better Than You Do.

My Hair Will Always Know Me Better Than You Do.

Lexy Fenelon, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

Have you ever been asked, “Why is your hair so hard?” Well I have, and honestly my answer since has always been “Why are you touching it?”, which generally keeps people from making further comments....

Garfield Comic Strip

Grace Huser, Staff Writer October 16, 2022

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Six Simple Steps to Assemble a Charcuterie Board and Organize Your Life At the Same Time

Grace Loonan, Freelance Editor May 15, 2022

Charcuterie boards. You’ve probably seen these things on TikTok and Instagram or snacked on them at family gatherings. A charcuterie board, despite its fancy name, is simply an appetizer featuring a...

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Met Gala 2022

Solveig Fellows, Freelance Editor May 13, 2022

This years Met Gala was one of the most controversial in recent history and today I will be sharing some of my favorite looks that were on theme (and perhaps a look that many thought missed the mark) Though...

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