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FHN Student Opinions on the Closing of Club Penguin

FHN Student Opinions on the Closing of Club Penguin

By Nathan Williams and Taylor Sheridan
March 3
Filed under Showcase, Videos

After 11 years, Club Penguin is sadly coming to an end on March 29th. Club Penguin is closing because they don't have as many users as they used to, and they want to start fresh with a new version of the game. They want to move to a new platform to hopefully bring in a new generation of players. This...

iStand with Apple

iStand with Apple

By Anthony Kristensen, Opinions Editor
February 19
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Imagine the government knowing everything about you, being able to tap in whenever they please. In fact, not just the government, but hackers, terrorists, anyone tech savvy enough to break in. This would compromise everything, letting anyone with the skills to access your photos, personal information, c...

Why Rand Paul Will (Probably) Run for President in 2020

Why Rand Paul Will (Probably) Run for President in 2020

By Anthony Kristensen, Opinions Editor
February 18
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

   The saga of Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky from this past year has been quite an interesting one, as he was running for the GOP presidential nomination as well as seeking reelection to the senate. Although he insisted that he was in the presidential race for the long run, Paul suspended his campaig...

New Hampshire Primaries: What Will Happen Next?

New Hampshire Primaries: What Will Happen Next?

By Anthony Kristensen, Opinions Editor
February 10
Filed under News, Opinions, Showcase

Two states down. 48 to go. The New Hampshire primaries took place last night, and the results were very predictable, with Donald Trump winning the Republican primary and Bernie Sanders winning the Democratic primary, with both winning by large margins. Now, while it is still very early in the nominat...

Hillary Clinton may have Won Iowa, but…

Hillary Clinton may have Won Iowa, but…

By Anthony Kristensen, Opinions Editor
February 2
Filed under Features, Opinions, Showcase

   Yesterday, the election cycle officially started, as the Iowa caucuses kick started the race for each party’s nominee. The two winners of the caucuses were Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton, with Clinton narrowly ousting Bernie Sanders by 0.2% of the final results. But what needs to be looked at sign...

Who is Jim Gilmore?

Who is Jim Gilmore?

By Anthony Kristensen, Opinions Editor
January 28
Filed under Features, Showcase

It's getting down to the wire. Tonight, Fox News will be hosting the final Republican presidential debates before the crucial Iowa caucuses, with the secondary debate kicking off at 6 P.M. central time and the main event starting at 8. While there are some changes that are happening on the main stage,...

Let Rand Paul Debate

Let Rand Paul Debate

By Anthony Kristensen, Opinions Editor
January 12
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Yesterday, Fox Business Channel announced the lineup for the Republican Presidential Debate on Thursday, with Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich all making it onto the main stage. There are two familiar names that were dropped from the main even...

How to Stump Trump

How to Stump Trump

By Anthony Kristensen
December 17
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

What is a parasite? A parasite is an organism that lives off of its host, thriving off of the nutrients it steals while hurting the innkeeper immensely. Not only is this true in the animal kingdom, but these same circumstances have been taking place in the Republican presidential field, with one...

Winners and Losers of the Republican Debate

Winners and Losers of the Republican Debate

By Anthony Kristensen, Features and Opinions Editor
November 11
Filed under Features, News, Opinions, Showcase

With the seemingly forever changing Republican presidential field finally seeming like it was going to settling down, the fourth presidential debate took place last night in Milwaukee. Those who believed that was the case couldn't have been more wrong. This time around, there were only eight candidates...

Normandy: Revisited

Normandy: Revisited

By Anthony Kristensen
October 26
Filed under Features, News, Opinions

Two years ago, a school district had lost their accreditation with the state. Hundreds of students transfered to other school districts, with FHSD being one of the most popular choices among the transfer students. Today, the Normandy Schoodl District has been working to regain accreditation with the...

EA Releases FIFA 16 Featuring Improvements in Series

EA Releases FIFA 16 Featuring Improvements in Series

By Anthony Kristensen
October 24
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Soccer players rejoice; we finally have our game. FIFA 16 came out, but there is always the same questions with this glorious franchise: what makes this one worth buying? Is it any better than FIFA 15? Well, I'm here to tell you that if you decide to pick this game up, you certainly won't be di...

Who won the Democratic Debate?

Who won the Democratic Debate?

By Anthony Kristensen, Features and Opinions Editor
October 14
Filed under Features, News, Opinions

Last night, the first Democratic Presidential Debate was aired live on CNN from Las Vegas. The debate featured the two presidential frontrunners of the Democratic party, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, while also featuring other candidates that needed to...

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