Over the past few months I have been absorbed into the new social media craze Vine, a new app that lets smartphone users create six second videos. At first, it was my guilty pleasure. I would obsessively scroll through the popular page and laugh until tears came out of my eyes, but recently the videos that have the most “likes” and “revines” use racism as a cheap punchline.
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Students should try to stay away from the topic of scores and numbers, because the competition should be between their fellow applicants instead of their friends.
Anger is a taboo emotion. We judge anger in others, and try to suppress it when we feel it within ourselves. When we think about anger, we only see drivers filled with road rage and giant green monsters. However, we don’t immediately see the growth and passion that anger can represent.
Women are not given nearly as much freedom and opportunity as men in the humor industry. They deserve as much comedic freedom as men whether it be over their weight, content, or success.
SafeRides plays a crucial role in the safety of LGHS students. Instead of ignoring the fact that some students abuse substances, SafeRides offers a pragmatic solution that serves to prevent drunk driving. The program has had to make some adaptations recently in order to operate under different conditions.
In Mr. Burns’ viral video, he simulated the causes and effects of gravity using only a sheet of spandex and a few weights. The video now has 1.3 million views and has been featured on Huffington Post and Reddit.
From a team of forty, the hopes and dreams of an entire sisterhood lay in the hands of seven. Seniors Marcia Lewis and Jamie Leong and juniors Keats Iwanaga, Mhairi Finlayson, Kathleen Humphries, Melina Moore, and Kaitlyn McLaren took the field for the last time this season, prepared to dive and die for a single goal.
Read Hyuntae’s take on Haley Wade’s mad libs ski trip gone awry to add a little spice to your holidays.