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Staff Editorial- We are old enough to go the bathroom

ECHO Staff

October 21, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Have you ever thought that the bathroom policy at Rolla High School is inconsistent amongst the teachers? Bathroom passes are given out at the teacher's discretion, as said in the student hand book, and this turns into a problem...

Chalk Talk- October

Lea Ahrens, Feature Editor

October 21, 2012

Filed under Opinion

So far my columns have been a little disjointed, like I’m not totally sure what I’m even telling all of you. I’m still trying to get into the groove of things. Thus far, I’ve started writing something and I’ve just rolled...

Letter from the editor- October

Katie Williams, Editor-In-Chief

October 21, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The long wait of the iPhone 5 is finally over. It was released to the public and people are buying them like they're going out of style, because really they are. iPhones are being replaced more and more with different Android...

Body art is self expression for some, unprofessional to others

Katie Williams, Editor in Chief

October 12, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Think of a work of art. Michelangelo’s David, da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, or Botticelli’s Mars and Venus might come to mind. What might not come to mind is your local tattoo artist’s ink. All of said painters were from the...

Apathy stops school spirit

ECHO Staff

September 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The beginning of school has come, and as the seniors may fondly recall, this has usually also meant the beginning of football season, and of course, the Kick-off dance. With announcements buzzing over the speakers in Pride time...

Sophie’s Voice- August

Sophie Hollenbeck, News Editor

September 4, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Today’s society is the breeding ground for many things, the world we live in certainly has enough people in it to make sure things stay interesting between one another. However, one of the biggest problems between people, I...

Is Hollywood running out of creativity?

Lea Ahrens, Photography Editor

April 4, 2012

Filed under Opinion

There is something very wrong with our movie industry. It is becoming corrupt and somewhat ridiculous. The world definitely does not need any more sequels and remakes.                 I have seen very few movies...

Tardy sweep causes frustration for late students

Brandi Myers, Reporter

February 29, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The tardy sweep has more negative effects than benefits. With the tardy sweep as it is now, a student has to get a slip from the commons and head to class. This takes more time out of the class that the student should be in. The...

Staff Editorial: Is Topix ruining us?

ECHO Staff

January 27, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The Internet is perhaps the most significant invention of the last thirty years. It’s the most diverse and accessible source of information and communication. But the Internet also provides an outlet for the sad and unfulfilled...

Breaking the Chains–January

Sara Khan, Viewpoint Editor

January 27, 2012

Filed under Opinion

When I realized my time to break a chain was quickly approaching, I thought to myself “what is something really annoying that I do?” After a few thoughtful hours, I came up with the fact that I tend to talk more than I sh...

Are we who we say we are online?

Connie Liou, Graphics Editor

December 22, 2011

Filed under Opinion

We’ve all seen those “Expectations vs. Reality” photos, where the expectation of our lives is far superior to the reality. We all want our lives to be a certain way, but in the end, reality gets in the way and shows us that...

Lunch Room Havoc

Kenny Bohannan, Webmaster

December 22, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Is it just me, or does it annoy everyone that they only let in about 20 people at a time to the scramble area (the room where you get your tray, entrée, French fries, etc.) in the lunch room? I mean, sure, some people may have ...

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