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Opinions: A Paige from her book: Lively library

Opinions: A Paige from her book: Lively library

September 14, 2012

Being at a library can feel like being at a funeral. It's a bit uncomfortable because it is so quiet and no one  really knows how to act because the rules are never clearly stated. All of that is changing this year thanks to Mrs. Janie Pickett, new head librarian. This year the library is being referred...

Opinions: Politically Correct?: 9/11 after 11 years

Opinions: Politically Correct?: 9/11 after 11 years

Casey Walker, society editor

September 14, 2012

This year on 9/11 when I got home from school I postitioned myself on my kitchen stool and waited for my mom's inevitable "How was your day?" But instead of asking how my day went my mom brought up a different question. Our daily conversation started with "Did your school do anything for 9/11?" I...

Opinions: Politically Correct?: Advertising my name

Opinions: Politically Correct?: Advertising my name

Casey Walker, society editor

September 6, 2012

The generation of tech-savvy teenagers is throwing themselves to the external world like an advertisement for the newest iPhone filled with our flashy interests and newest pictures from the weekend. Last Sunday I attended Loufest, St. Louis’s music festival in Forest Park. After the band Cults'...

Opinions: Politically Correct?: Navigating my exisential Internet crisis

Opinions: Politically Correct?: Navigating my exisential Internet crisis

August 23, 2012

I’m a 17-year-old, politically-aware, opinionated journalist. I always find myself wanting to post my political opinions and funny (sometimes crude) ideas online, but I’m constantly battling whether I want to offend someone on their computer, neighborhoods away. I have 878 friends on facebook...

And now we wait

Monika Nayak, Journalism Writing and Reporting Staffer

May 21, 2012

Relief overcomes students when exiting testing rooms after taking an AP exam, but now they must wait until July for the results. As I walked out of Gym A I felt like I was crossing a finish line, May 11. Grinning ear-to-ear, I bursted into the courtyard with the sun shining. This year, I took AP ...

Letter to the editor: Head principal outlines why bond issue is necessary

April 2, 2012

The Bugle (Vol.76, Issue 6, March 15, 2012) I am writing in regards to the article, “Too Close to Call”, written by Dane Roper.  I commend Mr. Roper for having a range of sources and opinions in his story.  It is important to hear from both sides of the issue as well as from the people that...

Drive-in theater provides unique movie experience for “Contagion”

Haley Short, writer

September 21, 2011

Not many around anymore, Drive-in Movie theaters are becoming a thing of the past. Places in movies such as Grease where Danny Zuko and Sandy would and hangout with their friends. But no longer do I have the fantasy that it only happens in movies. This past weekend I traveled all the way to Bellville,...

The college experience, part two

Dane Roper, writer

July 25, 2011

A couple weeks ago I briefly talked about what it was like to live on a college campus and take classes there.  Well, after a week-long mission trip to Honduras in between, I was back at the college life again, this time at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmund, Oklahoma. I was blessed with the...

The college experience and proud Eureka moments

Dane Roper, writer

July 11, 2011

I have spent the past two weeks on a college campus taking classes and doing various activities in order to earn three hours of college credit. I’m sure many wonder, “Is the college life really all it’s talked up to be?” The answer is yes.  The nutty and fascinating professors, the mediocre...

“Thor” Captivates Using Story Instead Of Special Effects

Jessica Meszaros, writer

July 4, 2011

The company Marvel Entertainment has been cranking out blockbuster superhero movies for years, but in a sea of films, “Thor” definitely stands out as one of the most unique.  Not just because of famous actor turned director Kenneth Branagh or the star-studded cast of Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkin...

Heading to the Gym, Spending Summer on the Court

Madison Sanden, Writer

June 27, 2011

When I was little, summers were spent in my swimsuit catching diving sticks at the pool.  Lately, it feels like I'm spending summer in a basketball uniform, sweating in the gym.  Even though to most that might sound like a terrible way to spend summer, I have come to love every minute of it. ...

The college process, what is really important?

Hannah Wischmeier, editor in chief

June 21, 2011

Once a student hits junior year, their life is altered by a major new development: they start receiving mail. All of a sudden, the pile of letter for the student becomes taller than the pile for his/her parents. Luckily for the student, this isn't mail that is asking for bill payments or surveys, it...

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