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Brave Battles: A Blast From the Past

Elizabeth Parrish, Social Media Coordinator Photo Credits: Netflix. Many more of the popular childhood movies. What childhood TV show was better? 20 Votes Hannah Montana vs. 16 Votes Wizards of Waverly Place    If you grew up in the early 2000s you know of the staple TV shows “Hannah Montana” and “Wizards of Waverly Place”. Hannah... Continue Reading →

Boy Genius

Olivia Peters, Staff Writer    What does it take to be a valedictorian; the very best of the best? At Socastee High, only GPA is considered, but at other high schools across the country, other things such as standardized test scores and community involvement are taken into account. School valedictorians often go on to accomplish... Continue Reading →

Left In Silence

By: Jenn Drabick, Assistant Editor The recent events that have taken place in the past few weeks have left people speechless and wondering what might happen next and how we, as a country, can fix this. As communities mourn their loses a trend within news outlets has showed a new outlook on these tragedies. News... Continue Reading →

How To Save Money This Summer

Kalli Todd, Co-Editor   As the school year is coming to an end, many people are starting to look for summer jobs. Many find it difficult to maintain a job during school, so they decide to wait for the end of the school year to start working. However, once people start making a lot of money... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Awareness Month

Zoe Campbell, Staff Writer   The definition of health is the state of being free from illness or injury. When most people think of health they think of your physical appearance, but being healthy also includes being mentally healthy. Which is why the month of May is mental health awareness month, it helps shine a light... Continue Reading →

Summer Life Hacks

Staff Writer, Lily Simpson Summertime is coming really soon, and we all are so excited for the school year to come to an end. However, when we start to feel the heat, the active mosquitoes get to be a little too much and you get bored just chilling at home, summertime doesn’t seem too sunny... Continue Reading →

How To: Have a Fun Festival

Abi Perito, Staff Writer   Festival season is upon us with Coachella and Rolling Loud behind us, and Hangout, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza to look forward to. Music festivals are a time for everyone to let loose, listen to live music, eat good food and dance with friends. That doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to have a... Continue Reading →

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