Halloween Fun: Is there an age limit?

Gracie Byrne, Co-Editor

November 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

For many people, Halloween is their favorite time of the year. It’s a time of costumes, candy, and fun. As children, we spend Halloween trick or treating with our friends in our favorite costumes, but is there a cut off? Is there a time where we become too old for Halloween? Well, the answer is subjective....

Pageants

Lacie Tarver, Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

There are many opinions and contradictions that are presented within the topic of pageants.  Where people get the most confused is in knowing and understanding that there are many different types of pageants, and even with knowledge of that, every pageant system and director sets the atmosphere differently. ...

Should College Tuition Be Free?

Lacie Tarver, Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

The argument of whether or not college tuition should be free is an ongoing topic that has come to be a subject for quite some time.  There have been many passionate opinions on this matter that have been expressed throughout society.  Because it would be much simpler to just give a yes or no answer. ...

Are We Skipping Thanksgiving?

Gracie Byrne, Co-Editor

November 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Well, we have finally made it to November. Halloween has passed, and we can focus on the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. As we go into our cities and towns, does it feel like Thanksgiving? Many people will disagree on this and say it feels like Christmas. Some say everything is already decorated for Christmas,...

How Much is Too Far?

Rainee Luper, Editor

November 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

I have come to a point where I believe the actions of some individuals needs to be addressed. I am referring to the amount of disruption and excessive, unnecessary behavior on our campus. I am a very tolerable person, but lately, my buttons have been pushed to the limit by Co-Lin students who choose...

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