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NCAA Men’s Final Four Preview

KELSEY PHARIS The Final Four for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament starts this Sat. April, 4 as the top four teams in the nation go on to play each other in hope of being able to make it to the championship game on Mon. April, 6. Top seeded teams such as No. 1 undefeated Kentucky, […]

Junior College Search

REAGAN FITZKE Counseling is beginning to prepare juniors for what comes after high school, also known as the post-secondary process. This week a junior class meeting was held in which counselors provided juniors with information about upcoming events, standardized testing, and arguably one of the most important parts of the college process- college visits. Most college […]

2014-2015 College Football Season

The 2014-2015 college football season has finally returned, and tonight you can watch Abilene Christian at Georgia State on ESPNU at 7:00pm. Most games start Thursday, Aug. 28 on ESPN. This season has already made various headlines, and will continue to until January. 2015 marks the first year of the college football playoff system, which […]

Important Dates

As school approaches, there are many opportunities to come. Future Planning Night is on Aug. 26. This night is for all Juniors and Seniors preparing for college from 7 to 9:30 pm. Back-To-School Night will be on Aug. 27. The principal, Michael Weaver, will open with an introduction at 6:30 pm. There will be an option to […]

“God’s Not Dead” Movie Review

KATIE PICKRELL//KELSEY PHARIS “God’s Not Dead” directed by Harold Cronk, was probably the worst movie I’ve seen in years. Maybe that’s due to the fact that it was rush-released just to make it out in time for Easter, or maybe it was because, between the acting and the storyline, it was ultimately horrendous. The film […]