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Clash of the Doctors

Bridget Tolle, Feature Editor

March 12

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  The 11th Doctor swung into his Time And Relative Dimension In Space (or T.A.R.D.I.S. for short). He had just finished visiting Amy and Rory’s home. “Where shall we go next?” he asked the T.A.R.D.I.S.  “Should ...

Famous child author’s life remembered

Aligory Pitzl, Feature Editor

March 10

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Dr. Seuss was a legend. He helped teach children to read, along with writing over 60 books, completely in his own method. Even 23 years after his death, he is still one of the most recognized and esteemed artists in history. Dr....

Children’s writer creates secret art collection

Skyler Baldwin, Co-Managing Editor

March 4

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Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, is world renowned for his work with children’s books and cartoony illustrations. His stories entertained me at a young age and continue to bring a smile to my face even now. However,...

Embracing the inner Yeti

Ali Pitzl, Feature Editor

February 4

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Church of the Subgenius is a life-changing monochromatic organism of divine ascent designed to let people do what they’ve always wanted to do: Slack off, quit their job and embrace their yeti descent. This is my religion. We...

Peaceful religion maintains order

Lizzie Miller, Photo Editor

February 4

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It is a period of civil war. There are civil wars in countries torn apart by different beliefs. However, there is still a religion that does not believe in fighting. “Jedi believe in the force and the inherent worth...

New religion spreads beliefs

Tate Banks, Web Editor

February 4

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Gandhi buys my clothes. If someone says this, they’re probably a Glassithiist, a member of the religion of Glassithiism. Glassithiism was started last year by sophomores Elisha Gillett and Nathanael Stewart, who are recognized...

What is a religion?

Foster Gibbs, Co-Managing Editor

February 4

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There was a time when all a person needed to start a religion was an entirely new set of ideas or values, and occasionally, a great tolerance for being set on fire. This brought many new ideologies and genocides. Nowadays,...

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