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The boy who cried Wolfe

The boy who cried Wolfe

Elaine Mallon, Staff Reporter

November 11, 2015


Filed under Editorials, Voice

Eight days. Jonathan Butler did not eat for eight days. He screams of the oppression, of the mistreatment his race faces. His existence is not recognized or respected by the presiding government. Hunger. Struggling with the growing pains of starvation, Butler’s life was in grave danger. Until the...

My five favorite horror films of all time

My five favorite horror films of all time

Will Sills, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2015


Filed under Voice

It’s just about Halloween again! In traditional Halloween spirit, here are my top five favorite horror films of all-time. Disclaimer: while “Se7en” is a phenomenal film, it is in no way a horror film. While “Alien” and “Aliens” both contain horror elements, they are more straight up sci-f...

My favorite movie sequels of all-time

My favorite movie sequels of all-time

Will Sills, Staff reporter

October 9, 2015


Filed under Voice

With less than half of 2015 remaining, huge sequels are still coming out such as “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2,” the final film in the over bloated, overly long franchise, “Spectre,” the 24th entry in the James Bond franchise, “Creed,” the seventh film in the “Rocky” franchise, ...

My five favorite films of 2015 so-far

My five favorite films of 2015 so-far

Will Sills, Staff reporter

October 2, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized, Voice

Only midway into September and 2015 has already been a great one for movies. Sure there were a few stinkers (a.k.a. “Pixels”), but more than not it seemed that there was always a quality film in theaters. And now the countdown begins. Honorable Mentions: "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." "Sinister 2"...

Swallow your pride

Swallow your pride

Melissa Wyas, Odyssey Editor-In-Chief

September 22, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Voice

From the moment I walked into school on Monday morning, it was easy to see the divide. The sharp contrast between dolled up Disney characters and people in sweat pants and shirts immediately caught my attention. It’s Spirit Week, and that means half of the student body dressing up as stereotyp...

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” – Why it will be the best film in the franchise since “Return of the Jedi”

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” – Why it will be the best film in the franchise since “Return of the Jedi”

Will Sills, Staff reporter

September 22, 2015


Filed under Voice

This December, we are getting a new Star Wars film, “Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens”. Being a continuation of “Jedi” from 1983, the whole world is waiting eagerly for the film. While most people think it will be a good film, many others are nervous. Could it possibly live up to th...

iFocus; Voice: The Day of Silence

iFocus; Voice: The Day of Silence

Francis Lunatto, Live Stream Editor

April 20, 2015


Filed under Video, Voice, Voice

In this edition of Voice, we talked to freshman Kandice Slesarenko about what the GLSEN Day of Silence means to students. Editors note: This video was intended to premiere on April 17, 2015 (The Day of Silence), but due to unforeseen network difficulties the upload was postponed.   Want...

Basement development

Basement development

Jake Roach, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2015


Filed under Jake Roach's Blog (Wednesday), Voice

I was watching "Indie Game: The Movie" which is undoubtedly one of my favorite documentaries of all time. It inspired me to talk about an often overlooked topic for the majority of gamers. Now while I am a PC gamer, I’m not blind to the fact that the majority of people aren’t. Unfortunately this...

A fairy tale of history

A fairy tale of history

Joseph Silver, Move Editor

March 3, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized, Voice

Recently, the College Board course AP United States History, commonly referred to as APUSH, has gotten scrutinized for teaching only the bad things of American history and ignored many American ‘heroes.’ State governments have gone so far as to ban the entire course in their state (Colorado, Georgia,...

Terms of service

Terms of service

Jake Roach, voice Editor

February 26, 2015


Filed under Jake Roach's Blog (Wednesday), Voice

The irony might be a little too strong in this post, considering the very issue I’m going to be complaining about is the exact service I’m using to write it, and in case you didn’t know what service I’m referring to, it’s Google. Google is not a mere search engine anymore, it’s grown and...

Freddy got what?

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

February 6, 2015


Filed under Jake Roach's Blog (Wednesday), Voice

It was a Friday night, and I was sitting alone in my room. The big plans for the weekend died a horrible death and like many, I was left staring at the wall, waiting for whatever was going to happen, to happen.This boredom brings on some interesting discoveries, not the least of which was found that...

The $600 gaming PC

The $600 gaming PC

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

January 30, 2015


Filed under Jake Roach's Blog (Wednesday), Voice

PC gaming is expensive right? Well let’s shoot that ridiculous idea full of holes. I’m going to show a PC build, complete with an operating system for $600, with links to each of the products. If you’re new around here, check out this video if you’re interested in building a PC: How to build a PC - Newegg CPU: AMD Athlon X4 740K 3....

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