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Fashion and Filosophy with Ben and Marc: Presidential Candidates’ Fashion

Fashion and Filosophy with Ben and Marc: Presidential Candidates’ Fashion

March 1, 2016


Filed under Fashion and Filosophy, Showcase, Video

Ben and Marc are back at it, informing you on each of the candidates' fashion sense. This may sway who you vote for on Super Tuesday.

Fashion and Filosophy: Pilot Episode

Fashion and Filosophy: Pilot Episode

Ben Yung, Marc Rabourdin, and Alex Leslie

February 21, 2016


Filed under Fashion, Fashion and Filosophy, Video

The highly-anticipated web-series christens its pilot episode with the topic of pants.

My American dream 1 Crossing the big pond and why it’s sometimes hard not to swim back

November 5, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

  Making the decision to be an exchange student, first sounds nothing but good. It sounds like an adventure, like the ultimate chance to make experiences you can learn from and grow from and like having a whole new life for one year. Maybe even to change, be a new person, the one you want to...

Discovering “Who You Are”; Teen Answers Pressing Question With “I Don’t Know” And An All Too Apathetic Attitude

Julia Harrison, Opinion Editor

May 21, 2015


Filed under Julia Writes Something, Opinion

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines high school as “a greasy mosh pit full of angry social outcasts with very little in common except for their competitive nature and their eagerness to destroy.” I personally find this definition dramatic and slightly out of touch, as high school culture is constantly...

Dawson’s Bleak; Teen Girl Discovers Negative Effects of ‘90’s Melodrama On Her Mental Health

Julia Harrison, Opinion Editor

April 3, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Editorial, Julia Writes Something, Opinion

Summer of 2014: I lie entirely immobile, maybe paralyzed but too lazy to check, in a bed of unwashed sheets littered with the crumbs of dozens of NutriGrain bars. Something rustles and squeaks beneath the piles of clothes and candy wrappers. What might be maggots scurry across a plate encrusted with ...

The Desolate Castle

Ashley Bond, Foreign Correspondent

April 2, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Pōwhiri Ki Runga

On my road trip around the South Island, we stumbled through Arthur’s Pass, which is basically a beautiful road that runs in between two mountains. While driving through Arthur’s Pass, we stopped at a place called Castle Hill.     Castle Hill is a large hill (obviously) that has an imposing...

There’s No Place For Methane Here

Ashley Bond, Foreign Correspondent

March 25, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Pōwhiri Ki Runga

This falls under the same category as "Capturing the Arts of the Damaged," going along with the whole idea of having beautiful pieces of art thrown into a town with massive amounts of destruction. (If you haven’t read that blog post yet, I highly suggest it). The Pike River Mine disaster was a coal...

Inedible Pancakes Covered in the Syrup of the Sea

Ashley Bond, Foreign Correspondent

February 28, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Pōwhiri Ki Runga

Nature truly is amazing sometimes. It shows its amazing skills at this place called the Pancake Rocks on the West Coast of the South Island. They call it the Pancake Rocks, because they are these limestone formations that began forming 30 million years ago, started with lime-rich fragments of dead...

The Actively Dull Life of a Sea Lion

Ashley Bond, Foreign Correspondent

February 17, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Pōwhiri Ki Runga

The amount of sea lions that are here is almost absurd. New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) are only found in New Zealand. They are one of the rarest species of sea lion in the world and arguably the most threatened, because of their declining numbers and restricted breeding range. The Maori ...

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