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The Mystifying Ouija

Shelby Daiek, Design Editor

November 24, 2014

Filed under Entertainment

On Oct. 24, the shadows that lurk in the corner of the room that have never been noticed finally demand attention in the skin-crawling nightmare, "Ouija." When a long time friend, Debbie (Shelley Hennig), passes away on suicidal...

Serving up turkey, turf, trouble

Ian Briggs and Annabel Aqunio

November 21, 2014

Filed under News

Football Frenzy Football is a classic sport. When people think of Thanksgiving, they think of family, friends, food, and football. The game of football almost has as much history as the holiday itself. With traditions, comes...

No shave ‘Movember’

Annabel Aqunio and Julia Vasquez

November 20, 2014

Filed under Feature

While some people may think of Thanksgiving when they hear the word November, other peoples’ minds go straight to No Shave November or "Movember." These two fundraisers are when guys and girls don’t shave for the whole month...

Seniors join state thespian board, prepare for weekend retreat

Keaton Barbes, Reporter

November 20, 2014

Filed under Feature

Every year, the Michigan Thespian Society plans a weekend retreat for drama students to attend workshops, win scholarships, and talk to colleges. The state board, which consists of a group of students from a variety of schoo...

Voters approve ‘Safe Streets’ millage to repair roads in Sterling Heights

Gigi Lepage, Reporter

November 20, 2014

Filed under News

The "snoypocalypse" of 2013 left Michigan roads torn up, tarnished and even undrivable in some areas. In the Utica Community School District, snow days due to poor road conditions exceeded the state of Michigan’s allotted number...

Evolution of Super Smash Bros.

Anthony Kesto, Editor

November 20, 2014

Filed under News

In 1999, the first edition of "Super Smash Bros." was released globally, coinciding with the newly created Nintendo 64 gaming system. In its first year, the game sold five million copies globally. At the millennium, "Super Smash Bros." had 1...

Breast Cancer Awareness

Chelsea Koger, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2014

Filed under News

"My mon’s going to die." He didn’t want to think about it, but the thought entered his mind, anyway. Gathered with his family to celebrate Mother’s Day, everything changed for senior Chirstopher Shoudy, then fifteen-years-ol...

Quiz Bowl’s Quest

Ian Briggs, Reporter

November 20, 2014

Filed under News

The Quiz Bowl’s year began with the search for a new coach after Katherine Brown, the tenure coach, stepped down. Brown retired two years ago, and although last year she wanted to continue to coach, her schedule made this an impos...

America faces new disease

November 20, 2014

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