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The Beauty Virus

The Beauty Virus

Sarah Davenport, Staff Writer

March 14, 2016

I might think of myself as strong and independent Or intelligent and wise Or compassionate and generous But my pretty face hides my weaknesses and stupidity My bitterness and naivety   For if my lashes are not curled and there is no depth to my eyes How can I be kind? If...

Gender Neutrality For Makeup

Gender Neutrality For Makeup

Scarlet Edwards, Staff Writer

January 26, 2016

  In the past few years, makeup has evolved into something that can transform the appearance of a person’s face structure and enhance one’s best features. It used to be only acceptable for women, but with these new extremities, some daring men have decided they want to join in on the fun.  ...

Daughter of the Year

Sarah Davenport, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015

Most people know Johnny Depp for his charisma and versatility on the big screen. Being one of the most talented actors of his time, Depp has played countless unforgettable characters such as the clever Jack Sparrow from "Pirates of the Caribbean" and the gentle monster Edward in "Edward Scissorhands."...

A New Do

A New Do

Sarah Davenport, Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

With Homecoming just around the corner, girls (and guys) are planning on solving their unruly problem: hair. Girls may want their hair to look stylish and flattering for the dance while guys are aspiring for a slick, clean look. Alexander's Grand Salon and Spa is perfect for all your hair needs, whether...

The Perks of Feeling Pretty

The Perks of Feeling Pretty

Lauren Kliewer, Style Editor

April 27, 2015

In this time and age, most teenage girls are discriminated or judged by what they wear and how they dress. But why is being comfortable with who you are and how you look become a problem? Girls are constantly scrutinized by wearing short shorts and crochet tops with a “scandalous” bandeau. But...

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