Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
When I first walked into the Cinemark movie theatre in May of my Junior year, I was expecting to see a few interesting previews and my movie of choice, nothing more. I was not expecting to stifle a gasp of...
Brushes with Fame
In a social media driven society status is measured by likes, followers, friends, pictures, and who you know or don’t know. Thankfully, those of us who know Skyler Johnson...
App of the Week by Benjamin Doyle
Skiers and riders, this one's for you. Ski Tracks is great for anyone who is on the mountain on a regular basis. However, if you spend most of your time in the park, this probably won't interest you.
Ski Tracks is pretty simple... you turn it on when you get on the mountain, let it run all day, and don't forget to stop it before you drive home. When you get home, open the app to find:
-Speed tracking, including top speed and average speed.
-Vertical and horizontal distance.
-Number of runs taken.
-Several other cool stats.
Make sure to turn your phone on airplane mode if you don't want to drain your battery... the app will still work.
This one will cost you a buck, but don't fret. There is a "lite" version as well, just search for it. It doesn't allow you to save your statistics, but I would start with the free version and see if you like it. Overall, this is a great app for anyone looking to track their statistics. It's pretty fun to see how fast you can go as well, and very accurate (uses GPS). Cost: $0.99
Our second feature this year is the talented Emma Barton. Recently she has been studying modern, 2D, and illustrative art. Her passion lies in all art though, she is a big advocate for more art everywhere, especially in school. With both parents being professors in the art field she has grown up in the art world and it has definitely left its impression an her heart. Take some time to to view this great artist's work. -Theo Lee
Photo of the Month
Theme: Christmas Spirit
Prize $25 Gift Card
Two Truths and a Lie
Emma Fox & Kate Barker
turkeys are eaten each thanksgiving
There are up to
stars in the Milky Way Galaxy.
A cow was once bought for over
Which is the Lie?
On Thanksgiving we actually eat somewhere around 46 million turkeys.