Modern Day Religion

Modern Day Religion

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
May 16, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Punion

America was first colonized by the Puritans, a strict, oppressive religion that valued modesty and homogeneous worship. Their faith was challenged by dissenters who were banished from the colony, and the religious tolerance that America is known for blossomed.  Society, however, now finds itself on th...

The Dangers of Live Streaming

The Dangers of Live Streaming

Emily Corwin, Editor in Chief
May 16, 2017
Filed under Opinion

A French woman intentionally falls under a train, broadcasting her suicide on the live streaming app Periscope.  A man Facebook Live streams himself shooting an innocent bystander on Easter Sunday.  A girl receives an obscene video from a mysterious follower on YouNow.  Live streaming apps like thes...

Modern Day Religion

Modern Day Religion

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
May 12, 2017
Filed under A&E, Opinion

Hundreds of years ago, America was colonized by the Puritans, a strict, oppressive religion that valued modesty and homogeneous worship. Their faith was challenged by dissenters who were banished from the colony, and the religious tolerance that America is known for blossomed.  Society, however, now finds i...

The Senioritis Epidemic

The Senioritis Epidemic

Elijah Jones, Staff Writer
February 22, 2017
Filed under Opinion

As we enter the last half of the 2016-2017 school year, some seniors might feel inclined to put the pencil down and relax. They may have been accepted to their college of choice, or have decided to take a year off, so they think that the next five months are irrelevant and they can just kick back and...

Why AP?

Why AP?

Jiries Hishmeh, Staff Writer
February 3, 2017
Filed under Opinion

  Recently, there has been an exciting drive to inform students about taking AP classes. It started with the AP fair, a gathering of any student that might be interested in taking an AP class for next year. It might sound like a lot but AP classes are definitely worth it, and it's really easy ...

New Year; New Me! Really?

New Year; New Me! Really?

Tayler Hackney, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
Filed under Opinion

 As the 2017 year begins some of us are sad to see the years fly by, some of us are excited, and others are just annoyed at having to cross out the six on the tops of their papers and turn them into makeshift seven. But there is a lot more changing than just the number on the tops of our papers. As t...

Ask A Bulldog

Ask A Bulldog

Bulldog, Staff Writer
December 9, 2016
Filed under Opinion

       Hello C-House,  this is the Bulldog. Welcome back to Ask A Bulldog; the segment where you, the students, can submit your questions into one of the many “Ask A Bulldog” boxes located all around the school. Or, you can contact me at [email protected] Remember, these questions can be about...

Before the Flood

Before the Flood

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer
December 5, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Leonardo DiCaprio’s documentary, “Before the Flood,” highlights the issue of Global Warming, the indifference and apathy concerning the issue, and its devastating effects. The documentary opens with a memory of DiCaprio’s childhood, when he would lay in his crib and stare at this painting by H...

The Death of Free Speech

The Death of Free Speech

Jacob Chance, Staff Writer
November 16, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Freedom of speech is one of the most important rights that Americans have protected for decades. We use our speech to communicate ideas and opinions, and all opinions and ideas should be respected. Unfortunately, the First Amendment is being torn, burned, and desecrated by the hands of Social Justice ...

The Election-Four Perspectives

The Election-Four Perspectives

Kealy Ford, Editor in Chief
November 7, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The 2016 presidential election has reduced this country to a war zone of battling beliefs. With heated debates as bombs and angry tweets as missiles, America is stunned at the fervor at which people are supporting their candidate, a fervor so intense that it is has surpassed the passion of many past ...

The 2016 Election: Your Peers’ Perspectives

The 2016 Election: Your Peers’ Perspectives

Luke Lindsey, Staff Writer
November 1, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Some students who have the ability to vote are refusing to do so due to the quality of this election and its candidates. This choice is common among those still relatively young and who are old enough to cast their opinion into the vast sea of votes being tallied. With Trump and his big mouth, and Hi...

The Kaepernick Effect

The Kaepernick Effect

Tayler Hackney
October 20, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The flashing stadium lights blind him. The roar of the crowd pierces his ears in deep waves. He can't help but be reminded that he's in front of millions of people, some in the stadium and some behind their tv screens. There's a moment of silence. “It's time,” he thinks to himself as the familiar tune begins to play. He watches his teamm...

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