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Rehm dives into season strong

Rehm dives into season strong

Taylor McEachron, Co Web-Editor

January 14, 2019


Filed under Senior Year Flashbacks, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

Senior year is meant for reaching goals and creating memories. Whether that be with grades, athletics or future plans, senior year is a huge moment in anyone's life. For senior Benjamin Rehm, swimming has been a impactful moment throughout his final year of high school. As of right now Rehm has broken...

Mothman legend keeps Point Pleasant tourism alive as tourists attempt to unravel mystery

Mothman legend keeps Point Pleasant tourism alive as tourists attempt to unravel mystery

Lauren Textor, Co print editor-in-chief

November 15, 2018


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed

He’s big, he’s furry and he’s out for blood. Mothman may not be as popular of a figure in pop culture as Bigfoot, but the cryptid has his own band of followers and has turned Point Pleasant, West Virginia into a booming tourist attraction with a museum, statue and an annual festival dedica...

Aliens create greatest conspiracy of all

Aliens create greatest conspiracy of all

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

May 12, 2018


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed

The completion of my conspiracy theory blog ends in the holy grail of the unknown: Aliens. Nearly any conspiracy theory can end in aliens according to some fanatics, and the internet is constantly bombarded with supposed UFO sightings, but these “sightings” undermine the actual stories of aliens. Fly...

Dyatlov pass surrounded by mystery

Dyatlov pass surrounded by mystery

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

March 20, 2018


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed, Student Blogs

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Sleeping less to do more

Sleeping less to do more

Hannah Pappert, Photo Editor

March 6, 2018


Filed under Hannah's Health How-to, Student Blogs

At one point, we have all wished we had more time to accomplish something. We wish there were more than just 24 hours in a day. Including the time that it takes to get ready, I spend 9 hours on school a day. That doesn’t include the rest of my day of homework and softball, which usually takes up another ...

Illuminati conspiracy fueled by novels

Illuminati conspiracy fueled by novels

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed, Student Blogs

Upon finishing the novel “Angels and Demons” by Dan Brown, I have found an increasing interest with the Illuminati. I know of the group known to create a New World Order, but I, for the most part, brushed off the conspiracy theories I had heard, until finishing this novel. Brown brings another...

Government conspiracy hides dark history

Government conspiracy hides dark history

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

January 9, 2018


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed

MK-Ultra is a dark part of America’s already bloody history, and not a well-known fact to many Americans the terror and experiments that went on for twenty years. The U.S. was worried that the Soviet Union was brainwashing American prisoners of war, thus MK-Ultra began, so between the years of 1953 an...

Christmas conspiracies cultivate sinister scenes

Christmas conspiracies cultivate sinister scenes

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

December 22, 2017


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed

The holiday season brings joy to many, and a large part of this jolly time of year is the annual arrival of Christmas movies, but the happy family films that usually play during December may have a dark and sinister secret. Much like any movie, fans create conspiracies that follow and connect class...

Simulated universe suggests sims-like reality

Simulated universe suggests sims-like reality

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

November 22, 2017


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed

Recently, there has been an increased interest in conspiracy theories through YouTubers and Twitter threads, but one in particular has caught the attention of a few to be a little more involved. Pop culture has taken the idea of a virtual world and presented it in multitudes of different genres, but, as su...

Avril Lavigne believed to be cloned after unexpected passing

Avril Lavigne believed to be cloned after unexpected passing

Hannah Haworth, Co-Web Editor

October 25, 2017


Filed under Illuminati Confirmed

Possibly one of the most well-known conspiracies by Twitter users is that singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne is dead and was replaced by a look-alike. Now, before any assumptions are made, the timeline takes place after the iconic bop “Sk8er Boi” shook this entire generation. Lavigne’s first studio al...

Talkin reflects on his time at Piper

Talkin reflects on his time at Piper

Trey Trumbo, Sports Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under All About Alumni, Student Blogs

Piper has had 98 grades to graduate. Each graduating class has had special students in every single grade. One of these alumni is Jacob Talkin. Talkin graduated in the school year of 2015-2016 and now attends Washburn University. He participated in soccer, bowling and much more during high school. ...

Shelton develops goals for last year of high school

Shelton develops goals for last year of high school

Taylor McEachron, Staff Writer

September 27, 2017


Filed under Senior Year Flashbacks, Student Blogs

Senior year is a time to reflect on the past three years of high school. Senior Jordan Shelton said that his high school experience has been surreal. Shelton describes his experience as adventurous. He has enjoyed getting to meet new people and all of the teachers as well. Along with that, Shelton has a ...

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