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Author Unplugged

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

May 20, 2011

Completing the last installment of my recorded writing adventures is bittersweet. I almost don’t want to continue typing… There’s no denying it—the year’s flown by, and so has the limited time I’ve had available to...

Author Unplugged–April

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

April 27, 2011

Characters—the life blood of any given novel. Rarely do I come across any sort of written work without an interesting cast backing it up that keeps my attention. But what sets each cast apart from one another? Nurture. As fun...

Manbearpig: Can he be stopped?

Kenny Bohannan, Webmaster

April 18, 2011

In small towns all across the country, communities are living unaware to an ever-present danger. I'm talking of course, about Manbearpig. He is half man, half bear, and half pig; he is the single biggest threat to the world as...

Author Unplugged

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

April 6, 2011

It isn’t hard for me to quickly identify a book that I’ll claim to have enjoyed by the time I’ve finished it. After all, no one knows my taste in literature better than me! But occasionally I’m treated to a lovely s...

Sham Rock ‘n Roll Changes Things Up

Ashlyn Bennett, Staff Writer

March 16, 2011

The yearbook staff has decided to shake things up for the annual Sham Rock-N-Roll this year, and plan to hold the dance in the senior hallway. Since this has never been done before, it makes the outcome a little hard to visua...

Drama departement set to open ‘Uninvited’ next month

Sara Khan, Feature Editor

February 25, 2011

Previous plays, such as ‘Faith County’, put on by the RHS drama department have been comedic, serious, or just plain silly. This year’s spring play is expected to be much different. “It [the play] is kind of different...

Author Unplugged – February

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

February 25, 2011

It isn’t hard for me to quickly identify a book that I’ll claim to have enjoyed by the time I’ve finished it. After all, no one knows my taste in literature better than me! But occasionally I’m treated to a lovely surprise...

Author Unplugged – January

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

January 27, 2011

Whether you’ve been writing twenty years or two years, no author can deny that one of the scariest processes of writing a novel is beginning to craft the first chapter.             How many times have you put down...

Author Unplugged – December

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

December 17, 2010

Writer’s Block- A condition associated with writing as a profession, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work—also known as the murderous enemy of writers young and old alike.             Writer’s...

What’s Your Tradition?

Kim Wronkiewicz, Photography Editor

November 29, 2010

Every family does something different during Christmas; whether it be family traditions or religious views, each family is unique. What does your family do? How are they different from any other family?  Give us a story about...

Author Unplugged – November

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

November 29, 2010

Being afraid of new experiences is one of the most dangerous things an author can become tangled in. As a matter of fact, organization can be the downfall of the world’s next bestseller. This is a problem I’m struck with...

Author Unplugged: August

Sam Jokisch, Copy Editor

November 5, 2010

It starts for some with something simple: a sunset that hits the trees just right, a stolen conversation, a fight over a boy, even the simple sighting of a passing bird. But for some, worldly complexity is the only way to be inspired....

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