The Question of the Week

Cady Kelly
September 18, 2014

The world is a place consumed by opinions, and Parkview High School is no exception. Every single human being on Earth is going to have an opinion, but it is up to others to decide whether or not they are open to other opinions. Ever heard the phrase “agree to disagree”? Well, in a world filled with... Read more »

The Taco

Bishop Mubarak, Reporter of Truth
April 3, 2014

“What is the meaning of life?” A timeless question; one that has been asked since the beginning of time. I believe that it is different for everyone. Some people spend their entire lives searching for the answer to this question, and most are unsuccessful. I, however, have succeeded in discovering... Read more »

New Donut Shops Opens In Springfield

Chandler Cooper, Columnist
November 22, 2013

“Open 25 hours, 8 days a week” says the sign at Springfield’s newest craze, Hurts Donut Company, a donut shop on Park Central street right off of the square. Since their opening, the store has been packed all times of the day and have had a difficult time keeping in stock. Hurts offers flavors... Read more »

Social Media Kills Self-Esteem

Emily Williamson, Website editor-in-chief
November 20, 2013

Instant access to social media makes it easy to become addicted. Psychologists and concerned parents have often pointed out negative and sometimes downright dangerous effects of social media. With the birth of social sites such as Twitter and Facebook, disturbing new trends are emerging. Social media... Read more »

SSLYBY’s Latest Album is the Ultimate Autumn Soundtrack

Chandler Cooper, Columnist
November 8, 2013

When living in Springfield, it’s tough not to hear the name Boris Yeltsin. However, most people don’t first think of the Russian president; they instead go straight to one of Springfield’s proudest accomplishments: the indie rock band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. Fly By Wire... Read more »

McSparrow’s Chirp: Summertime more than just a fun time

Alexis McSparren, Columnist
May 16, 2013

Junior Kalli Chapman gets into the summer spirit as she waves her patriotic American flag outside. With summer break taking place in just a few days, many students wonder what to do with themselves. Summer offers many opportunities that the school year can’t offer, such as more time to get a job,... Read more »

Movie Review: Evil Dead

Lindsey Lewis
May 16, 2013

The Evil Dead remake was released on April 5th, 2013 There’s a thin line Alvarez, director of Evil Dead, had to walk when remaking a film such as Sam Raimi’s cult classic “Evil Dead.” Of course, you have to remain true to fans of the original series, which has become known for its excessive... Read more »

Iron Man 3 Explodes Into Theaters

Claire Bullard, Repoter
May 14, 2013

Iron Man 3 was released on May 3, 2013. Its sales surpassed every other movie released this month. Released May 3, 2013 Iron Man 3 has taken the movie industry by storm. Iron Man has outsold The Great Gatsby and every other movie in theaters this month. With action, betrayal, humor, passion and more;... Read more »

Top five items to take to college

Mariah Mayo, Reporter
April 10, 2013

What should I take to college? What do I need in a dorm? What should I not take to college? These are all looming questions for seniors who are preparing to go off to college in the fall. According to Missouri State University’s packing list, seniors should bring everything from... Read more »

‘Warm Bodies’ seems to be a thriller

Claire Bullard, Reporter
March 1, 2013

Ever since the Walking Dead and the Quarantine films Americans have been craving zombies, and on Feb. 1, 2013 they got a new fun loving zombie parody called Warm Bodies. After a zombie epidemic takes a hold of the world a girl named Julie is one of the few survivors among a tight knit city... Read more »

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