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Sam’s Roast Corner: Roasting the Turkey

Sam’s Roast Corner: Roasting the Turkey

By Sam Shipe, Opinion Editor

November 15, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, OPINION, SHOWCASE

Ah, Thanksgiving: a holiday marking the day when the pilgrims and Native Americans came together and helped each other by holding a feast. They were ever so thankful for each other’s presence and founded a national holiday. At least,  that would be the case if all of that wasn’t wrong. Instead,...

ZCHS Fall Musical Kicks Off

ZCHS Fall Musical Kicks Off

By Sam Shipe, Opinion Editor

September 21, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, STUDENT LIFE

The school's drama department has recently kicked off rehearsal for the this year's fall musical. The coveted choice they made for the theater production that will be hitting the stage is Les Misérables. The performances will be taking place later this fall at the Zionsville Community High School...

But the Children Love the Books: Odd Thomas

But the Children Love the Books: Odd Thomas

By Abigail Winters, Staff

May 14, 2017


Filed under REVIEWS, SHOWCASE

It's definitely not Halloween, but everyone likes a good ghost story. Everyone has heard the story of the protagonist who can see ghosts and has to help them or save the world, but there are very few who have read a novel about a fry cook who lives in the middle of nowhere, helping cops catch murderers...

But the Children Love the Books: Traveler by L.E. DeLano

But the Children Love the Books: Traveler by L.E. DeLano

By Lindsay Herhusky, Sports Editor

May 8, 2017


Filed under REVIEWS

Traveler by L.E. DeLano, is a fantastic tale about people who can move between different realities and alternate dimensions. These parallel universes are creating when humans make different decisions, and the worlds diverge until there are more realities than the novel's main character, Jessa, can even...

But the Children Love the Books: Salt to the Sea

But the Children Love the Books: Salt to the Sea

By Abigail Winters, Staff

March 13, 2017


Filed under REVIEWS

Occasionally, a book filled with fantasy or the destruction of our future world gets old. The same plot—a strong female character feels unfulfilled and seeks to right the wrongs of the world while trying to balance the rest of her teenage life—is replayed over and over again. Sometimes something...

But the Children Love the Books: St. Anything

By Lindsay Herhusky, Sports Editor

March 5, 2017


Filed under OPINION, REVIEWS

Even before you crack open the pages this book draws you in. I must confess, I had been wanting to buy this book for a long time due to its’ gorgeous navy blue cover with a glowing carousel on the front. But it has been repeated to me again and again that you can not judge a book by its cover, and...

But the Children Love the Books: The Diabolic

But the Children Love the Books: The Diabolic

By Abigail Winters, Staff

February 27, 2017


Filed under OPINION, REVIEWS

What defines or makes us human? If we create something that looks and acts human, is it? Do we own what create, even if it’s alive? If we can create people like dolls, should we? In this riveting story about a girl engineered to kill, you discover what defines your own humanity. Nemesis, a Diabolic,...

Where They Are Now? Child Celebrities Edition

Where They Are Now? Child Celebrities Edition

By Ethan Moore, Staff

January 24, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

Noah Munck      For most teenagers, Noah Munck was a fixture in their childhood, whether they know him by that name or not. He is most likely known for his role as Gibby in the Nickelodeon comedy “iCarly”. Gibby was an iconic character, who more than likely was shirtless for no reason a...

Best Holiday Movies for Snowy Days

Best Holiday Movies for Snowy Days

By Ella Peavler, News Editor

December 14, 2016


Filed under REVIEWS, SHOWCASE

Best Holiday Movies For Snowy Days It’s a Wonderful Life This movie, while being made in the 1940s, is still a Christmas classic. The film follows the story of a humble man who has given up parts of his life for others’, and on Christmas Eve, he is on the verge of committing suicide.  B...

U.S. Citizenship Test

By Sam Shipe and Ella Peavler, Writer and News Editor

October 25, 2016


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, MULTIMEDIA

Expectation VS Reality

By Lindsay Herhusky and Abigail Winters, Sports Editor and Staff

October 10, 2016


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, MULTIMEDIA

But the Children Love the Books: Unbroken

But the Children Love the Books: Unbroken

May 25, 2016


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS

  True stories are some of the best stories there are. Sadly, authors can turn an amazing story into something boring and dry, listing only the facts. Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand however, does just the opposite. The facts are energized and the story comes alive in a new way. This novel makes histo...

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