Online School Week 1

Maddie Ayers, Reporter

March 18, 2020

The past few days have been different, to say the least. To say the most: they have been sad, lonely, pathetic, unhealthy, sour patch kids status, lazy, hazy, and uneventful, yet new in the worst way possible. I literally never use my Mac Book, but in the past 3 days I have used it constantly. This absolutely...

Princess Mononoke Review

Princess Mononoke Review

Hattie Colegrove, Reporter

March 16, 2020

So at this point in life, as a teenager you’ve watched probably thousands of movies. Most of us are familiar with Studio Ghibli and their popular works such as My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, etc. The studio produces amazing animated movies every time. One of their other...

Opinions on the Corona Virus Shut Down

Rachael Oxley, Reporter

March 12, 2020

As we all know there is a sprinkling of mass hysteria hitting the world right now. The corona virus in undoubtedly taking over. Harper Goldy, freshman, is one of many with strong opinions on the subject.''We might get out of school though.'' Marshall University and West Virginia University have already...

Tier Ranking of Food in School Cafeteria

Tier Ranking of Food in School Cafeteria

Chase Blower, Reporter

March 6, 2020

Today I am composing a tier ranking of the food at our very own school cafe. School Foods being included: Pep Rolls Steak Hoagies Chicken Patty Pizza Italian Sub Meatball Sub   S Tier: These are the school foods that you run down the hallway for. The ones that you actually...

Fast Food Tier List

Fast Food Tier List

Chase Blower, Reporter

March 6, 2020

Fast Food Places included: McDonalds Chickfila Subway Burger King Wendy's Taco Bell   The S Tier: These are the best of the best of the top fast food places. If you want food fast and cheap, I would go to these places. Chick-Fil-A The A Tier: Pretty good places that...

Cell Phones

Cell Phones

Alaina Asebes, Reporter

March 6, 2020

Here at Cabell Midland, we are not allowed to have phones out.  If any administrator sees a cell phone, they must take it.  They say it’s to reduce bullying, fights, and distractions in the classrooms. Although those things to happen, students will always find a way to get on a device. The students...

Thoughts on Rainbow Six Siege

Dylan Maynard, Reporter

March 5, 2020

When I started Rainbow Six Siege, I was playing a completely different game than what was released back in 2015. After three years and the change, there is no part of the multiplayer tactical shooter that has not been cut and screwed. Operators, weapons, menus, servers, destruction. Nothing has been...

Spring Break!

Spring Break!

Jordan McCoy, reporter

March 5, 2020

Throughout the school year students spend the majority of their time looking forward to the next break. In three weeks Spring Break will arrive! Many students are excited to spend that time resting, eating, and spending time with friends and family. While writing this article I wondered what other activities...

Summer or Winter?

Summer or Winter?

Jordan McCoy, Reporter

March 5, 2020

Currently, it’s nearing the middle of March which means spring break is quickly approaching and that means summer is on its way! Summer means no school, sleeping in, and freedom to do whatever we want! But what is the very best part of summer? I polled a couple of students at Cabell Midland High School...

My Senioritis

My Senioritis

Chenoa Bocook, Reporter

March 5, 2020

Okay, so I know everyone has been dealing with school and the end of the grading period, but I feel like I have literally no motivation! I used to think as a freshmen that I had already received senioritis and I really didn’t want to come to school, but it is 1000 times worse when you’re actually...

Getting My First Tattoo

Getting My First Tattoo

Chenoa Bocook, Reporter

March 5, 2020

So a week after my birthday, after a year of going back and forth as to whether I truly wanted to make this commitment, I decided I was finally going to get my first tattoo. I got my tattoo behind my ear , it is a rose for my grandma. It meant a lot and I had been thinking about getting it for a while....

Turning 18

Turning 18

Chenoa Bocook, Reporter

March 5, 2020

Turning 18 was an adventure from start to finish. I started this dilemma of how I had no idea what I was going to do back in January. As the time passed , I still wasn’t quite sure what exactly I wanted to do. Thankfully , it was President’s Day on my actual birthday and that 3 day weekend gave...

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