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Thunder Strikes at Harvard, Massachusetts!

Thunder Strikes at Harvard, Massachusetts!

Ryan Fedasiuk, Reporter
March 19, 2012
Filed under Campus Clubs, Classes, Life, News, People

Before even the break of dawn, the Thunder’s very own Speech, Theatre, and Debate Company was already up and active as they all congregated at Sky Harbor     at 4:30 am. January 17th was a day of massive travel for over 70 members of the team as they... Read more »

Mad about Movies: Why do we love them?

Mad about Movies: Why do we love them?

March 19, 2012
Filed under Journalism

Every Friday, students all over campus head to the movie theatres to view the latest blockbuster movie. Recently it was movies like, The Vow, the romance, Chronicle, super-natural action thriller, or The Woman in Black, the horror movie. Since these popular movies are all of different genres and has... Read more »

Eating like a teenager

Eating like a teenager

Kristin Notah, Reporter
March 19, 2012
Filed under Food

Eating like a teenager Most teenagers like to eat food that isn’t always good for them, yet they still continue to eat it. Yeah its good, but its not good for your body. Why do young adults do this? Teenagers are more likely to eat junk... Read more »

The Battle of the Books vs. Movies!

The Battle of the Books vs. Movies!

March 19, 2012
Filed under Journalism

This debate has been around since Hollywood started making best- selling books into blockbuster movies. Everyone talks about it and everyone has a different opinion: Books or the movie version of the books? Mega- popular books like Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling and Twilight by Stephanie Meyers have... Read more »

Teens compare and contrast different social networking sites

March 19, 2012
Filed under Journalism

“I don’t like Facebook, but I have one because I have friends,” said freshman Erica Sanders. The top social networking site on the web today As of last year, 500,000,000 people are on. The ability to like pages, photos, and applications is just another unique and very usable system available there. Celebrities... Read more »

Setting trends at young age

Setting trends at young age

Carressa Baguindo, Reporter
March 19, 2012
Filed under Life

What do most teenagers like do in their free time? Well, besides watching TV and texting, most like to shop! There’s so much to do at the mall whether it’s with friends, that special someone, or your family. But what do teenagers really... Read more »

SOPA and ACTA threaten internet use of American teens

SOPA and ACTA threaten internet use of American teens

Morgan McFadden, Reporter
March 19, 2012
Filed under News

The latest pandemonium about the Internet is caused by a possible law called the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, which  is causing uprises, riots, and protests all across the country. This law would affect all age groups who use a computer, but most of all, teenagers. Some popular sites among teens... Read more »

Teaming up for group projects poses positives and negatives

Teaming up for group projects poses positives and negatives

March 19, 2012
Filed under News, Opinion, People

By Nathaly Silvestre The infamous school projects are either individual or in groups. Most of the time you have a choice to go solo or in a team. I like working in groups because I feel like everyone contributes and we all work as a team,” said Tori Dixon. Some perks  to working in a group... Read more »

Violence in Silence

Violence in Silence

Lotus Rogers, Staff Writer
March 19, 2012
Filed under Life, People

By: Lotus Rogers Reporter   Fifteen percent of teens that are  bullied every year, and either think about or commit suicide. They feel that life is too hard because of the bully’s relentless strikes through either humiliating words or physical... Read more »

Summer school courses continue to undergo preparations

Orion Healan, Reporter
March 19, 2012
Filed under News

On the morning of February 27th, the counseling office and bookstore was filled with students, all sharing the desire to go to summer school. Many chose to sign up for health, such as Shirley Ruan, “I want to sign up for health because if I took it over the school year my grade point average will... Read more »