Written by Emily Powers The most popular beverage in the world may have an effect on how we do in school. About 107 million people in the United States over the age of 18 drink coffee every day and more than 450 million cups of coffee are consumed a day. According to an article titled … Continue reading Coffee before exams?
Written by Lilly Wright With finals creeping up, the students at Springfield High School are starting to think about what, where and when they are going to study and who they are going to study with. Springfield is home to many local coffee shops and hang outs that are perfect for focusing. Many of you … Continue reading Study spots for finals
Written by Sam Brower On Tuesday Dec 3rd Marvel released the first teaser trailer for “Black Widow” solo movie which is set to come to theaters May 1st 2020, and will start Marvel's phase four. The movie is a prequel taking place before the events of “Avengers Infinity War” and “Avengers Endgame.” The movie is … Continue reading Black Widow trailer
Written by Sidney Harney The New York City Ballet’s production of “George Balanchine's The Nutcracker" will feature an African American woman playing the role of Marie. The show has been performed since 1954 and this is the very first time an African American girl has been cast for the role of Marie. The cast features … Continue reading New York's "the Nutcracker"
Written by Mackenzie Devlin Christmas is right around the corner and instead of watching traditional Christmas movies, like Home Alone, Elf and Polar Express, try watching some new Christmas movies. These movies are entertaining and can be fun, new movies to watch with your family and friends. One good movie is “Jingle All the Way” … Continue reading Underrated Christmas movies
Written by Brooke Thompson Christmas can be a stressful and hectic time, it can be difficult finding time to shop for the perfect gift for those on your list and to stay within your budget. With the ideas provided below, it is possible to stick to your financial plan and get your shopping done with … Continue reading Christmas shopping made easy!
Written by Lindsey Gietl Thanksgiving Day is coming up, a strange holiday filled with excessive food and family members you have not seen in months. The fun thing about large family holidays is the different traditions you can do or come up with to love for years. As the day approaches here are some fun … Continue reading Create new Thanksgiving traditions