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Police Line, Do Not Cross

Police Line, Do Not Cross

October 10, 2019

Expectations Vs. Reality: Back To School

Jordyn Mobley and Nakia Harmon

September 23, 2019

The school year has come upon us, whether we’ve tried to rid the thoughts of it or if we’ve been secretly counting down the days until the beginning. The topic of back to school can be viewed through two perspectives, which...

Opinion: Off-Site AP Testing Better than Anticipated

Sylvie Call, A&E Editor

May 16, 2019

As a senior about to leave McIntosh, I have taken 7 AP classes and 7 AP exams. These tests are usually around three hours long with at least two sections, and a massive number of McIntosh students take a variety of AP classes...

Avengers: Endgame Captivates Audiences Globally

Alissa Dannehl, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

On April 26, the most anticipated movie of 2019 opened in theatres shattering box office records. Avengers: Endgame is the solution to the insufficient ending of Avengers: Infinity War. The new film is the twenty-second movie ...

April Music Critiques

Arden Estep, Features Editor

May 6, 2019

April has witnessed the releases of many different albums from a variety of different artists. After new music put out in March from artists such as Solange, The Japanese House, and Rich the Kid, April had a lot to live up to. ...

Audiences Marvel at the Release of Captain Marvel

Alissa Dannehl, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

With the release of Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers became the first female character to lead a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. While previous women have been in supporting roles, none have headlined their own movie. The introdu...

Expectations Vs. Reality: Spring Break

Jordyn Mobley and Nakia Harmon

March 28, 2019

Spring break is just around the corner and we’re all waiting patiently for it to come. Spring break is infamous for taking trips with friends and family. However, not everyone is able to go on lavish vacations such as taking...

OPINION: One year anniversary of the Parkland massacre. 17 lives in 6 minutes.

Dani Davis, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

One year ago on Feb. 14. 2018, seventeen lives of students, staff and teachers were lost at the hands of a mentally ill, destructive, mass shooter. The shots that rang through the hallways at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Memorial High ...

Torr Time: Senioritis Isn’t Easy To Avoid

Kamryn Torr, Editor In Chief

February 2, 2019

August came around last fall and seniors, you may have told yourself that you are going to avoid "senioritis," a disease characterized by a decline in motivation during your final year of high school or college. On New Year’s Eve...

OPINION: New Year’s Resolutions Are Trendy, Not Helpful

Sylvie Call, A&E Editor

February 2, 2019

The beginning of the year is extremely stressful for people who are goal setters. Every January, people are determined to improve themselves somehow, whether it’s through diets, gym memberships, saving money, etc. And every ye...

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