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  • Millennials: The revolutionary face of change

    Millennials: The revolutionary face of change

    Hannah Waldrup

    June 8, 2016

    Days go by and seasons come and go, but can people never change? As of today and the birth of the 21st century, change is a welcomed ideal that just comes naturally to “millennials” (a person reaching young adulthood around the year 2000). It’s an ideal so revolutionary, it’s influenced every day eve... READ MORE »»

  • Finding the cure for senioritis

    Finding the cure for senioritis

    Nallah Muhammad, Staff Reporter

    June 6, 2016

    The tortoise always beats the hare. Compared to the inefficient lax pace of the hare, the tortoise takes it slow and steady.  Rather than the healthy route, a lot of seniors at AC Reynolds High School make like the hare and catch a case of senioritis. Senioritis is the health term used when high scho... READ MORE »»

    Students are tired of school work | Photo by Creative Commons

  • Tales of Taaluma Totes

    Tales of Taaluma Totes

    Rachel Wilson, Supervising Editor

    June 6, 2016

    What’s cute, trendy, colorful, charitable, and taking over online shopping centers? They’re called Taaluma Totes, and these adorable backpacks benefit others in more ways than one! Having coined the phrase “Carrying a country”, entrepreneurs Jack Dufour and Alley Heffern first appeared with the... READ MORE »»

  • The music of Asheville

    The music of Asheville

    Kara Roberts, Reporter

    May 12, 2016

    Music is a big part of Asheville. Years and years of musicians help fuel this fire called Asheville. Many come to Asheville from all around just to hear the sweet sound of the bands and singers breaking it down and doing their thing. It’s not often people might find another people into music to ma... READ MORE »»

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  • Bringing vintage back

    Bringing vintage back

    Kara Roberts, Reporter

    April 14, 2016

    “I thought skinny jeans was an 80’s style!” “Weren't high waisted things cool in the 50’s?” These are some of the things you may hear after you slip on your vintage wear. With the cat eye, wine lipstick, natural curls, and the top knot bun have all come back, your clothing is taking retro s... READ MORE »»

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Finding the cure for senioritis

Nallah Muhammad, Staff Reporter

The tortoise always beats the hare. Compared to the inefficient lax pace of the hare, the tortoise takes it slow and steady.  Rather than the healthy route, a lot of seniors at AC Reynolds High School make like the hare ...  Read More »

Tales of Taaluma Totes

Rachel Wilson, Supervising Editor

What’s cute, trendy, colorful, charitable, and taking over online shopping centers? They’re called Taaluma Totes, and these adorable backpacks benefit others in more ways than one! Having coined the phrase “Carrying a...  Read More »

North Carolina’s anti-LGBT laws affecting state- House Bill 2

Michelle Fisichella, Reporter

North Carolina’s discriminatory HB2 Law forbids transgender people from using public bathrooms that match their gender identity and eliminates local protections for transgender people and the LGBT community. There h...  Read More »

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The Last Book In The Universe is astounding

Ben Spring, Reporter

“I don't have any of the answers, son. Never did. All I can do is keep asking the questions. Keep trying to make sense of why people do what they do.”   This is a quote from a book that will make you think. A book that pulls you in and takes you for a journe...  Read More »

DIY christmas presents

Lauren Field, Reporter

DIY Christmas Gifts     Hand Warmers:   Supplies: 4 pieces of 3"x3" cotton fabric sewing machine/fabric glue uncooked rice   Pin two pieces of fabric together, wrong side out Use your machine to sew around the edges, leaving at ...  Read More »

5 Things: DIY Halloween costumes

Bailey Oxner, Reporter

Halloween is just around the corner, so here are some easy and fun DIY costumes you can create with things you can find around your home for less than the price of a store-bought costume. GUMBALL MACHINE  For this costume you will need: colorful po...  Read More »

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Kayla Watson

Goals. By definition, this word means the object of a person's ambition or effort; an amazing aim or desired result. Most people have goals and aspirations for their schoo...  Read More »

June 7, 2016

Finding the cure for senioritis

Nallah Muhammad, Staff Reporter

The tortoise always beats the hare. Compared to the inefficient lax pace of the hare, the tortoise takes it slow and steady.  Rather than the healthy route, a lot of sen...  Read More »

June 6, 2016

Goodbye Seniors

Kara Roberts, Reporter

Like waves onto the ocean, all must reach our shore one day. As exams draw to a close, people must say goodbye to not only the school year but also our beloved seniors. B...  Read More »

June 6, 2016

Tales of Taaluma Totes

Rachel Wilson, Supervising Editor

What’s cute, trendy, colorful, charitable, and taking over online shopping centers? They’re called Taaluma Totes, and these adorable backpacks benefit others in more ways tha...  Read More »

June 6, 2016

Reynolds students explore the stars

Michael Doucette, Reporter

Now that exams for AP Students have ended, many teachers develop year long projects to give their students a chance to combine all the aspects of their subject into a real...  Read More »

June 6, 2016

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