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Marmite: The Bitter Story

Marmite: The Bitter Story

Ralph Bernhardt, Executive producer

September 30, 2016

Marmite is a breakfast spread made from yeast extract in the United Kingdom. It was invented in the late 1800s by German scientist Justus Von Liebig, and was a near-instant success. It is usually spread very thinly (though we took it in large portions) and is as common as breakfast cereal in some parts...

Lip Sync Battle!

Lip Sync Battle!

Caitlynn Brown

February 18, 2016

Tonight at Bixby High Schools auditorium a lip sync battle will go on, with or without you. The last battle will feature Mr. Byrd and Coach Nichol as they battle it out to see who is the better song impersonator, they're both teachers at Bixby High School.  Sponsored by FCA they will donate all of the...

Crazy Cat Person?

Crazy Cat Person?

Miki Riley, Photo Editor

February 3, 2016

If you enjoy cats and like collecting them, the phone app, Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector, is the one for you. Neko Atsume is a single-player app that was made by Hit-Point in October of 2014 but has just recently become widely popular. In Neko Atsume, there are currently 49 Cats in the game, 17 of whic...

After All This Time? Always.

After All This Time? Always.

Miki Riley, Photo Editor

January 14, 2016

On this morning, January 14th, the world lost a remarkable actor and director, Alan Rickman. Rickman passed away from his short battle with cancer at the age of 69. Rickman is famously known for his role as Professor Snape in the Harry Potter series and his role as Hans Gruber in Die Hard. JK Rowling,...

AC/DC Announces North American Tour Dates

AC/DC Announces North American Tour Dates

Miki Riley, Photo Editor

December 15, 2015

The legendary Australian rock band, AC/DC, announced their North American leg of their 'Rock or Bust' tour today. The band will visit America on this tour early next year. 'Rock or Bust' has been compacted with many surprises. During the first run of 'Rock or Bust', Chris Slade returned to the band....

Alternative Press Tour

Alternative Press Tour

Miki Riley, Photo Editor

November 24, 2015

Alternative Press is an American music magazine based in Cleveland, Ohio that includes band interviews, photos, information, and music charts. AP joined up with Hot Topic to create a tour. The 2015 AP Tour included, As It Is, This Wild Life, Real Friends, and Mayday Parade. On November 1st, the tour...

Bixby Rugby

Bixby Rugby

Will Wilson, Reporter

May 12, 2015

Rugby, A sport originating in England and turning into a huge industry and past time all across Europe. In recent years though Rugby has slowly but surely made its way onto the American playing field all across the nation. Some high schools across the nation have created rugby teams and even though...

The man I’ve never met

The man I’ve never met

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor-in-Chief

April 8, 2015

I've never met the man that's half of me. I've only seen him and he's only seen me.  I've never felt his presence, not even for a single second. I've never expressed my opinion to his listening ear; cried on his distant but near shoulder. I've never looked into his soul and figured out what part of...

They feed on your memory…

They feed on your memory…

Allie Wallis, Associate Sports Editor

October 31, 2014

Have you ever walked into a room and forgotten why you walked in there? Studies say that walking through certain types of doorways is what makes us lose the thought on our minds. But maybe it's not necessarily caused by this "doorway theory." Maybe something lurks in the corner of the room, the...

What Childhood Games Really Taught Us

What Childhood Games Really Taught Us

Shelby Hendrix, Reporter

May 9, 2014

We've all played outside or are forced to stay inside and play when it rained. The games we played as a child taught us things we grew up to believe and/or reflect on throughout our later life. According to The Importance of Play-Activities For Children, children play is important for growth and deve...

What there is to live for

What there is to live for

Emily Thornton, Editor-in-Chief

May 5, 2014

Jonathan Fussell's new heart is beating strong and his family and friends are more than thankful. The day a young African-American man had an allergic reaction to a peanut consumed at a restaurant was a day of tragedy for some, but grace for others. Fussell remembers a 'kick-start' when he initially...

Joe “Fro”man

Joe “Fro”man

Jenna Schottel, Music Collumist

April 28, 2014

Most recently know for his massive mess of hair, Joseph Mark Trohman was born on September 1, 1984 to his Jewish family, in Hollywood, Florida. As a child, Joe grew up in South Russell, Ohio before his family ultimately moved to Chicago, Illinois. During high school, Joe was involved in Chicago’s ...

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