The Fall of Columbus Day

Despite 23 states having a day off work or school on a Monday, there is outrage with Columbus Day. Many individuals do not like the idea of honoring Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer who landed in the Americas (and didn’t know it) and essentially began a period of colonialism that negatively affected the lives of […]

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Spoiler Free Queen of Shadows Review

Queen of Shadows is the 4th book in an epic 6 book Young Adult fantasy series by Sarah J Maas. It just recently came out on September 1st, bringing Sarah J Maas to the Costco in King of Prussia on September 19th. The series is about a girl named Celaena Sardothien, an assassin,who is taken […]

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Jags Lose a Nail Biter Against the Fords

As the Jaguars got excited for their Friday away game against Haverford, they were interrupted by an unexpected sinkhole that developed at Haverford’s field. After negotiations with Haverford, the game was postponed to Saturday under the lights at Garnet Valley. The game was an interesting battle with Garnet Valley causing a safety on Haverford halfway […]

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2016 Presidential Election and Why It Matters That We Vote

This upcoming election will be the first election that my class, the graduating class of 2016, will be able to participate in. This will be the first year where we will be able to express our political opinion in this country. It will be the first year where we can throw our voice into the […]

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The Martian: Potentially the Best Film of the Year?

A new movie premiered this September with Matt Damon starring as an astronaut left on the surface of Mars, following a storm that NASA believed killed him. Mr. Damon, starring as Mark Watney, must use the limited resources to survive and escape the planet and rejoin the people of Earth. This Dramatic Sci-fi adventure has […]

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More Than a Small Town – The History of Footloose

It’s that time of year again; play season!! This fall the Drama Club will be shaking the past, making their breaks and taking control (if that’s what it takes) with a classic story… Footloose! Released in 1984, the original movie stars a young Kevin Bacon as Ren McCormack as he fights for the right to […]

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Big Win for Garnet Valley Football over Springfield

Hypothermia was a possibility for this past Friday’s game,and Jag Nation definitely tested the limits. Luckily for the home fans, they got to see an impressive win over a 1-1 Cougar team. The Jags were able to score an amazing 34 points with three touchdowns from Jacob Buttermore who also went four for five on […]

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Cross Country

When asked why I do cross country, my typical answer is, “because I don’t have to run as fast.” While it is true that you don’t have to run as fast as you may have to for track meets, cross country can still be very grueling.You often find yourself running on uneven terrain, through the […]

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Jaguars Look to Maul the Cougars

The Jaguars look to continue their undefeated conference play this week as they battle against the Springfield High School Cougars (1-1). The game is set for 7:00pm this Friday and the weather looks to be quite threatening with a good chance of rain and the high reaching 55ºF. The jags will most likely rely on […]

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Liquid Water Found on Mars

“Liquid water has been found on Mars”: the defining statement of Nasa’s press conference. On September 28, 2015, Nasa revealed to the world that they have found examples of liquid water on the surface of the red planet. Nasa has noticed that during the warmer seasons in the planet, dark streaks would arise on steep […]

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