What is Forest Kindergarten?

Carly Utterback, Writer | April 28, 2021

Schooling at a young age has developed in many different ways. In Denmark, the United Kingdom, and Sweden, parents can choose for their kids to be taught in forests. The way this works is through child care companies who take their students into the forest and help them learn normal kindergarten stuff immersed in nature. They chose to do this so the kids have more freedom and aren’t forced to sit...

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Is Artificial Intelligence More Damaging or Beneficial to Humanity?

Sara Lang, Writer | April 16, 2021

As society has progressed over time, humans have attempted to improve technology. There have been significant improvements in cell phones, gaming systems, and laptops. All of these technologies relate back to artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence is vaguely defined as intelligence demonstrated by machines. While many people may think of AI as cyborgs taking over the world, there are...

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What is Forest Kindergarten?

Carly Utterback, Writer
April 28, 2021

Schooling at a young age has developed in many different ways. In Denmark, the United Kingdom, and Sweden, parents can choose for their kids to be taught in forests. The way this works is through child care companies who take their students into the forest and help them learn normal kindergarten stuff immersed in nature. They chose to do this so the kids have more freedom and aren’t forced to sit...

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Raku Day 2021!

Carly Utterback, Writer
April 16, 2021

Raku Day has been going on since 2002 at Farragut High School. For this spring semester firing the dates are Thursday, April 15th, and Friday, April 16th. It is held on the hill outside Green Wing. Ms. Love and Mr. Nelson team up to help Farragut High School students make amazing art. Ms. Love teaches students in Ceramics, Sculpture, and Chemistry (specifically Nelson’s) how to sculpt and build artwork...

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Why Do Dogs Help Humanity?

Chance Vann, Writer
April 15, 2021

A man’s best friend can make life a whole lot easier for humans and they can benefit from having a pet dog in their life. Dogs can have an affect on their owners by making them happier and healthier throughout their lives. Different breeds of dogs can also have a great affect on their owners as well. Pet dogs can lower the stress levels of their owners as petting a dog can release the Oxycontin...

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New and Upcoming Movies of 2021 and 2022

Matthew Pulver, Writer
April 15, 2021

Due to Covid 19 new movie productions were temporarily put on hold. Theaters were closed and people’s focus went to online streaming services for entertainment like HBO Max, Disney +, and Hulu to watch the shows and movies that were already released or ready to be released before Covid. Movies can be hard to make when the actors have to wear masks and social distance while on set. Recently...

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The Women’s Lacrosse 2021 Season

Carly Utterback, Writer
April 9, 2021

The Farragut Women's Lacrosse team is stacked this year. There are 3 seniors and all of them are absolute beasts. They are Megan Defranco, Chloe Lovell, and Sassy Montross. The team has started the season strong with a 17-1 win over Catholic and has a 6-2 record. This past Tuesday, they had their senior night against Blount County and won 18-0. All three seniors had a great game on Tuesday, Defranco...

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Webb vs. Farragut Boys Soccer Game

Ashleigh Nicholson, Writer
April 8, 2021

On Monday April 5, 2021, the Farragut boys soccer team faced the Webb School of Knoxville’s boys soccer team at home. Two very talented and driven teams faced off, giving this game everything they had. However, despite a strong fight, Farragut unfortunately lost to Webb.  Senior soccer player, Timi Omitaomu, shared his sentiments regarding the team’s loss this past Monday. “Webb is a very...

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Is Artificial Intelligence More Damaging or Beneficial to Humanity?

Sara Lang, Writer
April 16, 2021

As society has progressed over time, humans have attempted to improve technology. There have been significant improvements in cell phones, gaming systems, and laptops. All of these technologies relate back to artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence is vaguely defined as intelligence demonstrated by machines. While many people may think of AI as cyborgs taking over the world, there are...

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Privacy Rights

Alexander Hoyt, Writer
April 16, 2021

My opinion on privacy rights is that social media companies should not take users' information without permission. I think that the government should be able to use user data to an extent, because if there is a person of suspicion then the government should be allowed to find out more about that specific person; To make sure that person doesn’t pose a threat to the people around them or to themselves.  The...

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Are Superstitious Beliefs Logical?

Matthew Pulver and Chance Vann
February 25, 2021

In this podcast, Matthew Pulver and Chance Vann talk about their own opinions on different superstitions and if they are logical enough to be believed by humans.  

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Our Thoughts on COVID-19

Maddie Crandall and Brandan Pierce
January 27, 2021

Maddie Crandall, a sophomore, and Brandan Pierce, a junior, discuss about COVID-19 and issues surrounding it. From the point of view of two students who had the virus, listen to their input on the situation.

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