Dawn of the Painted Smiles

By Ethan Lovelace It seems as though every year a new paranormal fad creeps its way in and monopolizes society’s obsession with horror. In the last five years, the baton has been passed down from vampires to zombies and has now made the transition into the hands of the clowns and they have ran with … Continue reading

Bombings Shock Turkey

By Austin Miracle On June 10, 2016, 11 police officers were killed in the bombing in Turkey. Some believed that ISIS was responsible for the attack. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of Turkey believed that this was an act of terrorism on his people’s country. The EU wants Turkey to start fighting back on terrorism. Turkey … Continue reading

Mississippi Law on Homosexuality

Written by Mallori Powell Love is defined as an intense feeling of deep affection. I have looked at every variation of the definition of this word, and not a single one states, “a feeling of fondness towards the opposite sex.” Love is love, no matter whom it is with. LGBT love is just as important as … Continue reading

2016 Presidential Candidates: Who Said What?

By: Karissa Abele We all have heard some of the crazy things that get spouted out during the intense presidential candidate debates. Whether it be a smart thing to say or not, the candidates are never afraid to speak their minds, and when they say something weird or unkind the press runs with it, never … Continue reading

Iowa Caucus Turn Out for Democratic Party

Nationwide, everyone at home or in Iowa at the rallies were all anxiously watching for the Iowa Caucus turnout. It turns out Hillary Clinton won, hardly. “Razor thin” difference. A difference of 5 votes. Hillary Clinton accepted the award Monday night, “I am so thrilled,” Clinton told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday. “My luck was … Continue reading

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