For a very long time sports have been seen as something that involved a lot of physical movement and coordination: basketball, football, baseball, etc. But recently humanity has been redefining what it considers to be a sport. Video games have become such a big part of people’s lives and almost everyone has played or seen one, they have become such a big deal that people have started creating jobs around just simply playing them. An example is the YouTuber PewDiePie, he has made a living just simply playing video games with commentary of himself laid over the top. Since the creation of his YouTube channel he has been seen by billions of people every year and makes around 4 million dollars every year. I don’t know about you but I think that is crazy. But he isn’t the only one. YouTube has become a way for hundreds of thousands of people to post videos about gaming as well as other things and a lot of them make money doing so. It has gotten big enough that companies will sponsor the YouTubers and pay them money or give them free products. Continue reading “Gaming, a new evolution of sports”
Ricardo Cavolo, one of Spain’s acclaimed young artists of this decade, has been recognized for his murals, paintings, and unconventional take on the human form found in many of his pieces. Born in his father’s painting studio in Salamanca, Ricardo has been brought up in the world of art, and only in the past six years has he began his professional career as an artist. Continue reading “ARTIST OF THE MONTH: RICARDO CAVOLO OF SALAMANCA”
Interested in going into the medical field? I did some research into it and interviewed a pediatrician from Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Becoming a doctor takes 11-15 years depending on whether you decide to specialize or not. First you have to get your undergraduate degree, which takes four years. Typically this degree will have a strong focus on the basic sciences (biology, physics, chemistry). After obtaining your bachelors you have to take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) which tests you on your knowledge of biology, social understanding, and critical thinking skills. You then attend medical school for four years. Continue reading “The specifics on becoming a doctor and an interview with a real live pediatrician”
Since the last article, many changes have taken hold in our great school. Notable changes include a closer relationship with the faceless child hordes, the loss of several students, and an amazing discovery about the reanimated corpses that were risen at the start of the year. Additionally, a new policy by the school’s enigmatic Dominion & Dictatorship (D&D) committee has many students thankful for the added security it brings. Continue reading “Further Developments”
hopefully this article will help you become as relaxed as this puppy
As someone who goes through a whole lot of feelings of uncertainty and fear and over-analyzation when trying to get an assignment done, I know how nice it is to see that there are things that can put me a little more at ease. I’ve come up with a list of reassuring quotes and tips I’ve found to be helpful; some from my own experience and some taken from what others have told me. I hope they come to use somehow. Continue reading “Tips/Reassuring Quotes For Those Who Feel A Lot Of Stress/Anxiety When Doing Assignments.”
I almost forgot to do it in time, but here are my endorsements for each race! I only wrote a teeny blurb for each race, so please contact me if you have any questions or want any more advice. I can give non-biased information or my opinion, whichever you need. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’m on facebook as Galaxy Marshall. Here’s my official endorsements! Continue reading “Galaxy’s Official 2016 Endorsements”
Guess who’s back! Tragically, I can only publish during the school year, but I hear the Stranger is year-round, so if you missed me and have connections there, you know where to find me. So this is my first article of the school year, and instead of starting with the stuff that’s angering me, like the bunker, that bullshit Stranger article, and homeless sweeps, I’m gonna write a happy and excited article to celebrate being back at work. Don’t worry, angry Galaxy will be back soon. I’ve got a lot of teenage angst and rage ready to be funneled into politics. But here, to brighten the mood of this shithole election, is a lil bit of happiness.
Susan teaches a spring semester class called Fire Spinning. This class needs more students (ten students besides me) to express interest in it or it will not be taught! If you don’t know if you want to take this class next semester there is a committee on Thursdays and Tuesdays that meets in the dance room. If you enjoy the committee and want to learn more, then tell susan you want the class to happe . If you can’t come to the committee, you can still sign up for the class. I am the only student who has said that they are definitely going to attend the class if it is taught. Fire spinning is fun. You can get PE credit for it. It also makes you look awesome. Please don’t miss this opportunity. Talk to Susan for more details. You can also talk to me, Gregory.
Cosplay/costume tips and tricks:
Part 1 Wigs
Part 2 Clothing/the body part of the costume
Part 3 Accessories/Props
Part 4 Makeup Continue reading “Cosplay/Costumes”
I was very blessed to able to spend 3 weeks in the beautiful Udon Thani, Thailand, this summer through a program called Rustic Pathways. I discovered this program through someone on instagram that I knew. She made a few posts talking very highly of it. At this point in my life I was looking for an adventure and something that was going to change my life for the better; plus I needed community service hours. Now that I am back from my trip and have shared on social media how amazing of an experience it was for me, I’ve been flooded with questions on my trip and the program. So this will hopefully answer some of those frequently asked questions on rustic pathways for people who may be interested in a similar journey as me.