Black History Month at Durant

Hailey Reyes, Layout Editor

February 22, 2018

Filed under Newspaper, Opinions

According to many students, this year's Black History Month celebration at Durant High School was the first year the school celebrated the experience in a big way. Starting February 1, students and faculty alike have been celebrating...

Marching for a Purpose

Marching for a Purpose

February 22, 2018

“Simply Happy”

“Simply Happy”

February 21, 2018

“Public Milk”

TJB, Guest Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under A & E, Newspaper, Opinions

Public Milk by: TJB   How is it that one thing can have two opposite uses? One is worshipped but the other shamed. Like art on a canvas is admired in museums while art on a body is unpopular and hidden. ...

“Adventure Beyond Compare”

TJB, Guest Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under A & E, Newspaper

Adventure Beyond Compare By: TJB   Abigail was a curious little girl, Belonging to the Wellocke family, daughter of the King’s General. Countless jewels cover her neck and decorate the hilt of her sword. Determined to find adventure Every morni...

Useless Animal Testing

Celeste Mott, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2018

Filed under Newspaper, Opinions

For many years, medications and products have been tested on animals to determine whether or not they were safe for us to use. However, most of the tests done on these animals are inhumane and are basically torture. Some of t...

The 2018 Grammy Awards: Or, the 60th Annual Disappointment

Hailey Reyes, Layout Editor

February 13, 2018

Filed under A & E, Newspaper

In 2015 the Grammy Awards were viewed by over 47 million people, compared to this year, where only about 19 million people viewed the annual event. This drop was surprising to media and Grammy orchestrators, but unsurprising to...

Domestic Extremism Killings: An Anti-Defamation Report

Spencer Phillips, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018

Filed under Newspaper, Opinions

The Anti-Defamation League is an international organization, which claims it's the nation's premier civil rights and human relations agency. Their Mission is to fight anti-semitism and bigotry through information, education, legislation,...

How this Generation Connects over Absurd Humor

Hailey Reyes, Layout Editor

February 13, 2018

Filed under Newspaper, Opinions

From Rick and Morty to the Simpsons, morbidity and absurd humor has been apart of our culture for decades. Recently this type of humor has become increasingly important to our culture. Part of the reason for this growth is th...

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