Sleep is a Beautiful Thing

Jack Carasso, Writer | October 23, 2020

Sleep is very important to your everyday life. People do not realize how much sleep can affect you the next day. Not getting enough sleep the night before can cause serious health problems including: heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity. Plus, nobody likes a long day after getting little sleep. Doctors recommend at least eight hours of sleep every night. I talked to some students...

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The 2020 MLB World Series

Eli M. Smith, Writer | October 21, 2020

On October 20, 2020, the MLB (Major League Baseball) will be holding the 2020 World Series in Arlington, Texas. The teams playing will be the Tampa Bay Rays and the LA Dodgers. To start the process of eliminating 15 of the 16 competing teams, the MLB held the Wild Card Series at various fields, which was a best-of-three series that resulted in the elimination of 8 teams. The 8 teams that advanced...

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Maddie Crandall, Writer
October 20, 2020

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, not only are there big organizations that try and raise money for breast cancer research and awareness, but Farragut High School also helps to make contributions to raise money for the cause. Some may be wondering what exactly is Breast Cancer Awareness month. It’s pretty much just what it sounds like, it is a month dedicated to trying to spread awareness...

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The World Food Programme Wins the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize

Nick Milstead, Writer
October 19, 2020

The World Food Programme has been awarded with the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel Peace Prize is one of the highest honors that a person, or organization, can receive in the world today. It is given to a person, or group, that has helped create peace and harmony for people that do not have such luxuries. The UN World Food Programme has been a mainstay in helping fight hunger throughout the...

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The Mandalorian Season 2

Jay Smiley, Writer
October 21, 2020

If you have asked anyone if they have seen any Star Wars content, you'll be surprised to hear the number. Over 90% of all Americans have seen at least one piece of Star Wars content and close to 50% of the world has seen at least one piece of Star Wars content. That is over 3.5 BILLION people! Disney, after buying the original creators of Star Wars Lucasfilm, aimed to keep up that success with a live-action...

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Netflix’s New Show “Emily in Paris”

Mary Frances Ernstberger, Writer
October 7, 2020

"Emily in Paris," is a new comedy-drama series that hit Netflix last week on October 2, 2020. The series stars Lily Collins as the title character Emily Cooper. Emily Cooper is a junior publicist from an American PR firm, hired by a French marketing firm, to bring the “American perspective” to the company and to find a new purpose for her life.  The show was created by Darren Star, most notable...

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The 2020 MLB World Series

Eli M. Smith, Writer
October 21, 2020

On October 20, 2020, the MLB (Major League Baseball) will be holding the 2020 World Series in Arlington, Texas. The teams playing will be the Tampa Bay Rays and the LA Dodgers. To start the process of eliminating 15 of the 16 competing teams, the MLB held the Wild Card Series at various fields, which was a best-of-three series that resulted in the elimination of 8 teams. The 8 teams that advanced...

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The Tennessee Volunteers Are On The Rise!

October 7, 2020

On Saturday, October 3rd, the Tennessee Volunteer football team hosted the Missouri Tigers at Neyland Stadium located in Knoxville, Tennessee. Head coaches Jeremy Pruitt (Tennessee) and Eliah Drinkwitz (Missouri) prepared their teams to face one another. The Vols ended up securing a big win against Missouri Saturday afternoon, with the final score being 35 to 12. According to NCAA’s play-by-play,...

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Sleep is a Beautiful Thing

Jack Carasso, Writer
October 23, 2020

Sleep is very important to your everyday life. People do not realize how much sleep can affect you the next day. Not getting enough sleep the night before can cause serious health problems including: heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity. Plus, nobody likes a long day after getting little sleep. Doctors recommend at least eight hours of sleep every night. I talked to some students...

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Everyone Should Scuba Dive!

Thomas Witthauer, Writer
October 9, 2020

The Oceans. A magnificent creation that has fascinated mankind since the dawn of time. Many people enjoy the beach and find the waves crashing against the shore almost therapeutic. Some people at the beach go snorkeling to explore the hidden beauty that lies under the waves, and while many people are amazed at the fish and coral that can be seen while snorkeling, it can get better. A lot better. There...

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The Madness Of March

Will Stevens, Joshua Jarnagin, and Nate Ernstberger
March 12, 2020

Will Stevens, Josh Jarnagin, and Nate Ernstberger discuss the Power 5 conference tournaments and the impact they can have on the NCAA tournament.

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What is (Or Should Be) Success?

Tony Lyons, Matias Landau, and George Evans
March 5, 2020

The idea of success is particular to one's ideas of happiness. In this podcast, a common ground among different ideas of success is found.

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