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The monster in the mirror: How body image has affected mental health

The monster in the mirror: How body image has affected mental health

VALERIE TRAPP, STAFF WRITER

December 17, 2015


Filed under EDITORIALS, OPINIONS

Feeling happy. Feeling annoyed. Feeling hungry. These are all options Facebook allows their users to select when sharing their thoughts with the rest of the world. Yet recently the site has included a new addition: feeling fat, accompanied by a chubby-cheeked emoticon. Ignoring the fact that weight i...

Successful dropouts and how to become one

Successful dropouts and how to become one

ALEXANDRA LIPTON, STAFF WRITER

December 16, 2015


Filed under FOCUS, Uncategorized

Have you started studying for exams? You know what… don’t answer that. I’m sorry I even asked. While students’ livelihood may not depend on exam grades, it seems that the very essence of our futures is defined by those 0.02 points that will be cruelly stolen by the tests that are, admittedly,...

Tomato or potato?

Tomato or potato?

VALERIE TRAPP, STAFF WRITER

December 16, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

This year, the music world was blessed with everything from heart-breaking lyrics by Adele to equally touching words by DJ Khaled. And yet, there are always those people who misunderstand artists’ messages and are convinced that lyrics about “that girl” are truly concerning “that squirrel....

How the Greed stole Christmas

VIKAS BOMMINENI, BUSINESS MANAGER

December 16, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Each year, youth from a nearby church embrace the role of Christmas carolers and grace my neighborhood with their harmonic voices in the early weeks of December. Yet, Christmas is right around the corner and I didn’t hear the high pitched squeals I’ve come to love over the years. What happened? ...

Comeback King and Queen

Comeback King and Queen

MEG PARENT, STAFF WRITER

December 16, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

If you haven’t heard of Justin Bieber and or Adele, I am almost positive that you live under a rock and to you I bid my condolences.  These two stars have made the grandest re-entrance into America’s hearts this year.   Recently in 2015, Justin Bieber produced his new album, “Purpose”. Many wou...

College Football Playoff Preview

College Football Playoff Preview

Michael Hull, Daniel Stein, Lily Israel, and Bradley Hull

December 15, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

In the Second Annual College Football Playoff, four teams will fight for their chance to hoist the National Championship trophy. Each team, Clemson, Alabama, Michigan St. and Oklahoma, has proven itself and an argument can be made for why any of them should be crowned National Champion. Four Voice writers...

Little People that did Big Things

OLIVER TRAPP, OPINIONS EDITOR

December 15, 2015


Filed under FOCUS

While tall people tend to be perceived as more influential, short people have proven the opposite throughout history. From ruthless dictators to inspirational activists, short people have shaped the world, proving that height is never a barrier to leaving a mark. Here is a list of the 11 most influential...

Triumph together against terrorism

Triumph together against terrorism

Kevin Wang, Staff Writer

December 14, 2015


Filed under OPINIONS

                                            In this festive holiday season, the nation confronts challenges perhaps not as jolly. On December 7, President Obama made a national address to the American people, following the most fatal terrorist attack on Am...

All I want for Christmas is…

All I want for Christmas is…

JULIA GIBBONS, STAFF WRITER

December 14, 2015


Filed under THE BITE

   If you’re having trouble finding a gift for your best friend, sibling or even your significant other, don’t worry we got your back. The Bite has made this list of everything you need to check off this holiday. This list has everything from your silly gifts, to the gifts everyone wants. Try ...

Undertale: A Perfect, Pixel-Packed Adventure

Undertale: A Perfect, Pixel-Packed Adventure

ANDREW KWA, STAFF WRITER

December 14, 2015


Filed under REVIEWS, Uncategorized

  The role playing games (RPGs) of the gaming industry have been pretty stale for the past years.  Each game, more or less, contains the same bland aspects: a silent protagonist who needs to save the world/girl against all odds, an overwhelming amount of turn-by-turn battles and a stale, predictab...

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