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Anxiety and anxiousness: two things that should not be confused

Lara Cate Wright, Features Editor

May 31, 2018

Hands sweat, eyes race, breathing stops. According to the National Institute of Mental Health in 2015, for 6.3 million teenagers in America, this is a daily experience. Anxiety is a mental illness. It is a feeling of worry or f...

Resolutions: “New Year, Same Me” more fitting than “New Year, “New Me”

Lara Cate Wright, Feature Editor

December 15, 2017

On Dec. 31 the clock will strike midnight and the phrase “New Year, New Me” will begin trending on social media. Saying in the next year you are going to become a new person is an empty promise, at most. In reality, using New Yea...

Christmas: magic of season makes it best time of year

Averi Creef, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

Christmas is, hands down, the best time of year. During this season, the happiest music plays, spirits are bright and people tend to forget about their worries. Nothing beats this time of year! The first signs of Christmas are th...

COA classes: live the college experience

Grace Cobb, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

When deciding what classes to take in the future, be careful about choosing between advanced placement and dual enrollment COA classes.  I am a firsthand example of why taking COA classes is more helpful for students in the f...

The name says it all: Advanced Placement

Elizabeth Wheless, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

Going above and beyond what a regular or honors class can give, AP classes give a major advantage when it comes to GPA and college performance. Ever since my sophomore year, I have been a huge advocate for AP classes. So far...

Why millennials don’t exist

Elizabeth Wheless, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

We’ve all seen the headlines. “Millennials are ruining...” [insert archaic industry here] and “Why millennials are a problem”, on and on and on. The word “millennial” has become a bit of a joke. People make Vines (w...

Dear Trump, let us do our job while you do yours

Katie Gruninger, Web editor

March 16, 2017

Tension between the White House and the media is at an all time high. These tensions make student journalists like myself question what the journalism field will be like after graduating from college. Since newspapers originated, the medi...

Talking? Dating? Going out? The complex reality of high school relationships

Brittany Nieman, Managing Editor

March 10, 2017

Dating in high school is overwhelming and complicated and it almost always involves unnecessary drama. Being in a small town like Manteo, the reality is that when you get into a relationship, everyone around you is involved...

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