‘Tis The Season

Jazmin Honeywell, Writer

December 19, 2016

As the cold and snow begin to tumble in with the winter season, Columbia is breaking out its seasonal fun to keep away the winter blues. One of Columbia’s most well known activities during the winter holidays is the Symphony...

9/11 Lawsuit Bill, Wrong Decision?

Iman Ahmed, Sports Editor

October 18, 2016

The U.S. Senate made the wrong decision Wednesday, September 28 when they voted to pass the 9/11 lawsuit bill by overturning President Obama’s veto. The bill was not necessary, as the 9/11 attacks happened fifteen years ago....

New Sign, New Horoscopes

Brenna Morrison, Writer

October 12, 2016

Your horoscope may have been lying to you. Chances are, with the new shift in zodiac signs, your sign has changed. NASA released an official statement recently which included the new dates, a new zodiac sign, and why these ch...

Can Wearing a Tie Get You an A?

Bradley Loveless, Writer

May 31, 2016

Wake up, brush teeth, comb hair, get dressed. Each morning, Long Reach students engage in the same mindless routine to begin their day. But what if your morning routine could change the grade you earn in Social Studies class,...

Higher Leveled Stress

Cheyenne Reilly, Critics Corner Editor, Writer

May 31, 2016

A, B, C, D, E. These letters dictate the lives of high school students everywhere. At some point, it becomes necessary to wonder: what is the value of each letter grade? Is an A in a standard class worth the same as a C in an AP ...

Till Death Do We Part

Bradley Loveless, Writer

April 30, 2016

Love is in the air, wedding bells are ringing, and flour babies are being born. The sociology class at Long Reach High School just completed its Wedding Ceremony event. Students pretended to get married to experience the marri...

Sanders v. Clinton: Democratic Clash

Bradley Loveless, Writer

April 17, 2016

The two prime candidates are duking it out in a deathmatch for the presidential title. The candidates in question are Bernie Sanders, junior senator from Vermont, and Hillary Clinton, second time running for presidency, who has...

Oscars Controversy

Julian Basena, Writer

March 31, 2016

“Oscars so White” is the motto many African Americans have been exclaiming as of late. For years, the Oscars have been known for excluding diversity from their nominations. Because of this, a handful of African American a...

Republican Race

Bradley Loveless, Writer

February 17, 2016

They are off! Trump lead the race with Cruz and Carson taking the reins, they were neck and neck. That is right, ladies and gentlemen, we have been long watching the Presidential Race and candidates this year have started controve...

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