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High School (non) Musical review

High School (non) Musical review

Kolby Powars, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

If you want something to do this Friday or Saturday, then you should definitely go see High School (non) Musical starring Boyd Mathias as Toy Boatin and Andrea Ricker as Gaberella. It is a must see play. It opens in November on Friday and Saturday (14,15). It is located at the First Church of Nazarene. It...

Proud to be an American

Proud to be an American

Emma Boliard, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2014
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment

Are you proud to be an American? Well, Katelynn Cawthon and Miss Erika Dowd would say YES. These members of our hawk nation sing the National Anthem for school sporting events and the local Macon Speedway. When asked what the National Anthem means to them, Dowd says, “To me, the National Anthem is...

“My Touch is Lethal.” Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

“My Touch is Lethal.” Shatter Me  by Tahereh Mafi

Shyanne Hagler, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Books

“My Touch is Lethal.” Shatter Me  by Tahereh Mafi   Shatter Me is a young adult dystopia thriller written by Tahereh Mafi that was published on November 15, 2011. The book is told by Juliette, a 17-year-old girl with a lethal touch.  ‘“Your parents hate you and it’s so hard but ...

The Great Pumpkin Patch

Tori Deardorff, Staff Reporter
November 5, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

The Great Pumpkin Patch is a 200-acre pumpkin patch located in Arthur, Illinois. It features various animals such as: goats, pigs, and chickens. The patch also includes the Homestead Bakery, hay rides, a haunted house (which is very mild) and over 300 different varieties of pumpkins. The patch also includes...

Annabelle, a sad review

Annabelle, a sad review

Nathan Williams, Staff Reporter
October 28, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Uncategorized

  The movie Annabelle begins by telling the summary of the Conjuring another film by the same director, John R. Leonetti. The film describes the background of how a collector's doll becomes inhabited. The lead characters are John, played by Ward Horton, who is a medical student and his wife Mia, ...

Meridian sibling love

Carly Goodman, Entertainment
May 6, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Growing up, kids all over the world wish to have a younger or older sibling.  Some kids love being the only child. However, unlike Cole and Clint Gorden, they got the pleasure to be twin siblings. “I’d rather see my brother succeed instead of me,” says Cole Gorden, senior. Gorden describes ho...

Vampire Academy

Vampire Academy

Ellie Landrus, General News Reporter
April 16, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Books

St. Vladimir's Academy isn’t just any academy. It’s a school where vampires and half-humans are educated on ways to protect themselves whether it’s from Strigoi, which are the world’s most powerful vampires, or other Mori. Rose Hathaway, a dhampir, which is a half- human, and her best friend...

Windy City Trip

Windy City Trip

Joshua Whitaker, News Editor
March 27, 2014
Filed under Arts

Students at Meridian High School will be attending a Broadway Show in the Windy City, Chicago. They need to dress nice for this performance. They also will be going to visit an Art Institute on Columbus Drive, where they will be looking at famous art by famous artists. Tiffany Reed, Meridian High School ...

Macon, Illinois gets a taste of heaven

Macon, Illinois gets a taste of heaven

Katie Petrowsky, Op- Ed Editor
February 19, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Restaurants

Macon, Illinois got a new small town hamburger and fry joint three weeks ago named Chillbilly’s. It’s located right off  US 51, noticeable by the huge statue of a boy holding an ice cream cone in front of it.The atmosphere is a small town feel with nice employees. It only has a drive thru and two...

The play of rock and roll

Courtney Walker, Photographer
February 8, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Sit back and relax- the play is not here yet! Back in the 70’s Grease was one of the most popular plays. It represents the American teenagers in the sixties and seventies going through their struggles of high school and the culture of that period. This year our Meridian High School drama club will be wo...

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