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New words “twerk” their way into the Oxford Dictionary

New words “twerk” their way into the Oxford Dictionary

By Eva Tooley, Round Table Editor

December 4, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, The Latest

To the astonishment of many, the words “twerk” and “selfie” have recently been added to the Oxford Dictionary. However, what many people don’t know is that these words have not been added to the Oxford English Dictionary, but rather the Oxford Dictionaries Online, although both are published b...

“Killing Kennedy” is a mediocre anniversary showing

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor

November 20, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Opinion, Reviews, The Latest

When there are any landmark, historic anniversaries, the TV world is immersed with honoring those dates with constant prime-time features, and The National Geographic Channel is no exception. On Nov. 10, Killing Kennedy, the docudrama based on the best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Duga...

Mondays are the worst

By Emma Provost, Round Table Reporter

November 7, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, The Latest

Mondays are always the worst. From the start of the school week to the end of the weekend, they never bring anything to look forward to. This morning is different, with daylight savings turning the clocks back an hour, it's bright and cheery in the morning. It's nice to wake up to the sun shining thr...

Every Day is different for every person

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor

October 11, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, The Latest

Your “good morning” consists of accessing memories. You wake up, discover who your family is, who you’re friends with and what bare minimum you are able to do as you live the day.  When the stars mark bedtime and you close your eyes, the “good night” you say to yourself is really a good-bye...

Miley Cyrus “twerks” her way to negative attention

By Emily Cross, Opinion Editor

October 3, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

Miley Cyrus’s performance at the VMA’s was surprising to everyone. Shocked and disgusted, the audience sat with their jaws touching the ground. Just a few years ago, little girls everywhere were watching Hannah Montana, a T.V show about a girl who lived a double life as an average teenager by day ...

X-Factor finds its voice

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor

September 19, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, The Latest

In the search for the next "super-star," X-Factor might have finally found its niche.   On Sept. 11 and Sept. 12, FOX premiered its third season of the X-Factor with fresh faces, wit, and most importantly, undiscovered talent. The two-day premiere delved into the search for the “X-Factor."...

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