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F.R.I.E.N.D.S: The Last One

Who didn’t love “Friends”? Not loving “Friends” would be like not loving puppies. It’s pretty much impossible. A show’s final episode is always the most important episode of the series to me and I think the director of “Friends” did a phenomenal job of giving us everything we needed to let

Worlds of Fun Lives Up to Its Name

There are lots of amusement parks in the country-- you have Six Flags, Disney World, and many more. One the country’s favorites is Worlds Of Fun. People come from all around the country to experience Worlds Of Fun. I don’t blame them; the rides are epic. Worlds Of Fun has its

Athletes and Working Out

Are athletes obsessed with working out?         Parents and peers will often say that working out can definitely be an addiction and athletes are beginning to take working out way too far. However, a couple of athletes in particular believe “there is no such thing as pushing yourself too far

Kirby Star Allies – Shooting Star or Burning Trash?

From Friend Hearts to all-powerful demons, Kirby has it all in his most recent game, Kirby Star Allies. Kirby Star Allies is the most recent installment in the Kirby franchise, published by HAL Laboratory, exclusively for Nintendo Switch.   If you’re unaware of what Kirby is, it is a series of platformer

Yoga Is For Everyone

“If you don’t already do yoga, start now!” Everybody can do yoga and there are an endless amounts of benefits to doing it. No matter where you are or what condition you’re in, you can do yoga. “Yoga is literally for everyone, it doesn’t matter if you’re pregnant, disabled or just not

The Last Pitch

Baseball season starting means that the end of the school year is near, along with nice weather, finals, graduation and finally, summer. But for these nine seniors, it is their last time playing ball together.   “It’s weird to think it is the last season. I grew up playing and it’s hard

Change Of The Seasons

In the world of boring sports, it is rare to hear of anything noteworthy.   A week prior to spring sports tryouts, MSHSAA notified golf and tennis coaches that they are looking into a possible season change.   As of right now, in the fall, there is women’s golf and women’s tennis.