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Philosophy Shulomosophy

Philosophy Shulomosophy

Carsten Oyer, Columnist

November 25, 2019

Philosophy may seem like a huge, overwhelming topic, but in reality, it is within reach for anyone willing to adjust their thinking. The Basics of Philosophy defines philosophy as an investigation and questioning of reality, knowledge, beauty, and morals, among other things. However, the earliest version of the ...

Dancing and Inner Demons

Dancing and Inner Demons

Emily Withrow, Columnist

November 16, 2019

Generally, I am picky and detail-oriented about almost everything. I love to organize, place things where they belong, and have my own set schedule. Often, I reflect on myself and try to critique things I don’t like. You can see my perfectionist tendencies in how I have my pencil case organized, with ...

See you Plater!

See you Plater!

Yaniv Golden, Columnist

September 27, 2019

Plates are useless. The only time plates are necessary and can’t be replaced is at Greek weddings. Bowls can do everything that plates can and more. If you think about it, a plate is a devolved form of a bowl; it’s just a bowl without the edges.  Although the inventor of the plate was lost through the ages, ea...

Failing to Understand Failure

Failing to Understand Failure

Emily Withrow, Columnist

September 27, 2019

Many schools teach students to aim and achieve high grades to get into prestigious colleges or jobs. However, what many schools don’t acknowledge is the importance of failing. Failure is a term that is feared by many, but embraced by few. Schools teach their students to look down upon failing, causin...

A Perfectly Balanced Workload

Max Larsen, Columnist

May 15, 2019

A common misconception about extracurriculars is that having extra activities will interfere with the amount of school work you get done. However, I have noticed that the more involved I am with sports or extracurriculars, the better I seem to perform. During this year’s soccer season, I was co...

No Matter the Distance

Clarissa Smith, Columnist

May 9, 2019

When you have friends at school or from activities you regularly participate in, it’s not so difficult to maintain a relationship. This especially goes for family members, since you both live in the same house; but, if someone moved away, it would be a different story. To maintain these long-distance...

Which Sparkling Water Shines?

Max Larsen, Columnist

May 9, 2019

In 1767, English chemist Joseph Priestley accidentally infused water with carbon dioxide. Since then, “sparkling water,” now widely considered a delicacy, has been introduced throughout the world. Many water brands have branched off, such as Refreshe, Perrier, LaCroix, and San Pellegrino. My fami...

Which Sauce is Truly the Boss?

Clarissa Smith, Columnist

May 3, 2019

A question that not many have considered, but may sound familiar: what is the best condiment? People may debate over topics like which is the best fruit? Or maybe, what should be Arizona’s state drink (apparently not lemonade)? But now it’s time to tackle this new controversy.   To answer this questi...

The New Cardinals Candidates

Max Larsen, Columnist

May 3, 2019

During the 2019 draft, Kyler Murray was first overall pick, and was drafted to the Arizona Cardinals. Following this pick, former Arizona quarterback Josh Rosen was traded to the Miami Dolphins. Personally, I think this decision has both pros and cons. Kyler Murray is a fantastic player. After all,...

Creed in the Lead

Creed in the Lead

Camryn Marshall, Columnist

April 25, 2019

The US adaption of “The Office” has become an American classic with its incomparable mockumentary genre of comedy and incredible cast able to take on the awkward satire of the script. This series is based on the drab existence of a paper supply company and the accuracy of what happens in the midst of...

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