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Column: Great expectations at Great Wolf Lodge

Lauren Rose, In-depth editor

January 6, 2011

Its kind of funny how things work out and how a normal day at work could change your life. It was the beginning of October and my third month of being a certified lifeguard at Great Wolf Lodge. Tuesdays were typically slow with...

Column: Ladies, open your own doors

Jasmine Sachar, Sports Editor

January 6, 2011

I guess I’ve established that I won’t make a boy a sandwich, but have I gone too far? I don’t exactly know how it got to this point, except I can say that over the past two years, I’ve somehow became that feminist chick....

Column: Nerds need to share the spotlight

Jasmine Sachar, Sports Editor

December 2, 2010

I’m just going to put this out there: We nerds at Marcus need to stop getting so much attention. We do, of course, appreciate the baskets of warm sugar cookies and Sour Patch Kids delivered to us by peppy cheerleaders...

Friendship pattern leads to apology

Devon Miller, Feature Editor

December 2, 2010

I’m sorry. I’m sorry for the way I treated you. For lying about everything. For throwing away our friendship without a second thought. But I’m mostly sorry that you’re not even the first person I’ve done this to....

Column: Online School = Huge headache

Luke Swinney, Editor-in-chief

December 2, 2010

Sleep until 9 a.m. Go to PE. Go to newspaper. Go to theater. Go home. I’m living the senior dream. I don’t have a core class and I don’t have homework. I can snooze through senior in and stay up through all hours of ...

Column: Work experience changes outlook

Luke Swinney, Editor in Chief

October 5, 2010

It’s supposed to be where a kid can be a kid, but as a teenager working their first job, Chuck E. Cheese is quite the opposite from a playful wonderland. I stayed pretty calm when I was told I’d been given the honor of cleaning...

Column: Friends’ biases influence opinions

Carley Meiners, Managing Editor

October 5, 2010

Judgment #1: "He’s such a tool." "How would you know? You’ve never even met him." It was a typical summer night. My friends and I were gathered around the pool gossiping. That’s when Tyler* came up. Tyler is one of my ...

Column: Indecision could spoil future plans

Devon Miller, Feature Editor

October 5, 2010

"I’m so ready to be out of high school." Facebook statuses like this have been filling up my news feed for the past few weeks. It’s only September and everyone already has "senioritis." It seems like everyone’s ready to ...

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