United but Divided: How Opposite Party Students Think During the Election

United but Divided: How Opposite Party Students Think During the Election

By: Matty Mooney  As the 2020 election approaches, voting is more important than ever. But, if voter morale is low, who do we turn to? Voting is one of the first choices that young adults can make, and many choose to skip out on a decision that could in turn impact their future. Now more [...]

Spooky Scary Horror Films Send Shivers Down Your Spine: Scary movie reviews

Spooky Scary Horror Films Send Shivers Down Your Spine: Scary movie reviews

By: Hayden Alexander BOO! Scared you, right? No? Well, I’m still honing my skills as a horror enthusiast. In fact, up until a week ago, I had never watched a single horror movie. Which of course makes me the most qualified person to review three of them. With no prior experience in the realm of [...]

Spooky Shopping: Check out These Halloween Costume Shops!!

Spooky Shopping: Check out These Halloween Costume Shops!!

By: Emma Zeller The world of commercial costume sales is a competitive place to be, ruled by the commercial stores like Halloween Loco and Spirit Halloween. They and many other shops compete fiercely each year for their costuming clientele. That leaves us, the consumers, with one main question- Which store is better for what? To [...]

Life Through Lenses: Olivia Cropper’s Walk Through Photography

Life Through Lenses: Olivia Cropper’s Walk Through Photography

By: Mara Winters Olivia Cropper, a Junior at Jenks High School and up and coming photographer, and I walk the streets of downtown Tulsa. Street by street we recognize the buildings and alleyways that have appeared in many of her photos. She carries a sense of pride with her as we walk. Finally, we sit [...]

Gwenith Madhan Doodles Her Way to National Recognition

Gwenith Madhan Doodles Her Way to National Recognition

By: Abigail Chow On August 31, Google recognized Jenks sophomore Gwenith Madhan as one of the Top 5 National Finalists in the 2020 Doodle for Google competition.  Doodle for Google is an annual national contest sponsored by Google for students in grades K-12. Of the “tens of thousands” of entries Google said they received, 54 [...]

Pumpkin Spice it Up: Check Out What These Pumpkin Patches Offer!

Pumpkin Spice it Up: Check Out What These Pumpkin Patches Offer!

By: Grace Abraham Ahh, the season of fall. Pumpkin spice is in the air, leaves are falling, and what’s this? Pumpkin patches all over town are beginning to open for people to come with their families, friends, and dates to spend time together, shoot photos, and create experiences. I have never been to a pumpkin [...]