The Warrior Ledger

Missing: my passions–have you seen them?

Missing: my passions–have you seen them?

Payton Wright, Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Cliches are cliches for a reason, and with the monstrous ever present ending of  senior year looming over me, (as if I had ever stopped thinking about it in the past twelve years of educational prison), I can’t help but allow it to consume me and devour my sense of being and my sense of passion.

Eating during class a necessity

Eating during class a necessity

Calle Hansen, A & E Editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

If there is one thing that we all love to do, it is eating. No matter what you love to do, you can add eating to it. Eating is a necessity to live, and to be happy. Food is important to your ability to pay attention during class. Teenagers have a lot to do in any given day. They have four demanding classes ea...

Modesty truly is the hottest wear

Modesty truly is the hottest wear

Piper Cawley and Lili Rivas

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Finding the perfect dress for a school dance is a critical decision to make for a girl in high school. There is much debate on whether it is better to show more or less when it comes to high school dances.

Your name has an impact on your life

Your name has an impact on your life

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

People spend an overwhelming amount of time stressing over what to name their child. First names, middle names, possibly even last names are all analyzed and thoroughly thought over. The perfect name needs to be chosen. It’s our names that determine our future, right?

Staff Ed: Bubbly entertainment in the shower

Staff Ed: Bubbly entertainment in the shower

Staff

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Rub-a-dub-dub, when relaxing in the tub, everyone has their own personal routine or set of jams to use in their precious seven minutes of warm, soapy heaven. And whether it’s admitted or not, most everyone has an intricate song and dance routine, set to the tunes that they would never dream of singing in public.

Body Image: problematic beauty standards, not just an issue for girls and women

Body Image: problematic beauty standards, not just an issue for girls and women

Bryan Banuelos, Spanish Editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Many simply don’t mention it. Do boys have issues with their body image? Maybe, if you are a girl, you might be wondering if this is a thing that affects boys. If you are a guy, you most likely could be realizing just now you are not the only boy at school that may struggle with how his body looks. Bo...

Staff Ed: How not to be rude to customer service

Staff Ed: How not to be rude to customer service

Staff

May 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Customer service employees are crucial to our society-- I mean, who else would make your coffee or sell you clothes? However, it is not necessary to be a complete jerk to them because something goes wrong, they make a mistake, or your food takes longer than you wanted it to. As a ragtag group of 16 ...

Snarknado: Grammys embrace diversity

Snarknado: Grammys embrace diversity

Audrey Helm, News Editor

March 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

In an awards era following #OscarsSoWhite and in the time of #MeToo and Time’s Up, the Grammys were, frankly, a massive disappointment. The nominee slate was certainly diverse- Jay Z led the pack with eight nominations, Kendrick Lamar boasted seven, Childish Gambino was up for five, and Bruno Mars won the most awards of the night with six.

Snarknado: Sexiest man alive is now Blake Shelton and I can’t handle it

Snarknado: Sexiest man alive is now Blake Shelton and I can’t handle it

Payton Wright, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

If you think tractors are sexy and have a thing for middle-aged men who cheat on their wives for publicity, then wait until you see this year’s sexiest man alive: Blake Shelton. I cannot believe that the infamous People Magazine’s contest finally decided to widen their margin of people that they coul...

Street art: is it worth the dangers?

Street art: is it worth the dangers?

Breanna Siepert, Reporter

December 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Street art is a widely known form of art that spreads creativity, symbolism, and voice.  This art is seen far and wide and catches the eye from miles away. The uniqueness of this art is what makes it so amazing, but at what risk is this art made? Tags and drawings are often seen in dangerously high ...

Why we swear: the psychology behind it

Why we swear: the psychology behind it

Ryan Tibbits, Student

December 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Swearing is a natural human response to pain. We swear when we know that we have messed something up to a point where you have to restart the task all over again. The problem is when people use profanity in their daily life conversations, most of it is used because they think that profanity packs more of a p...

Coffee: friend or fiend?

Coffee: friend or fiend?

Vaianna Schwenke, Reporter

December 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion

As most foods and drinks coffee has been around for centuries, There is a popular Ethiopian legend wherein coffee is discovered by a goat herder named Kaldi, who found his goats frolicking and full of energy after eating the red fruit of the coffee shrub. Kaldi tried the fruit for himself and had a ...

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