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Roque Reviews Cocoa

December 8, 2017 4:22pm | Roque Techera

Jingle All The Way With the Band

December 8, 2017 4:19pm | Drew Van Chau

While sitting at home, a sudden sound begins to leak in from outside. A gentle beat, but it’s growing louder, slowly building on itself. Then, a gentle, methodical humming is introduced to the beat, and they both continue to grow. Peeking through the blinds, there’s […]

What to Look Forward to This New Year

December 8, 2017 4:09pm | Lauren Buehler

Winter Olympics- The 2018 New Year will kickoff with the winter olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Two months from now, the opening ceremony will begin on Feb. 9 and the games will go until Feb 25. Time to get excited for sports such as skiing, […]

Fun Ideas Await New Year’s Eve

December 8, 2017 3:53pm | Tyler Olmo

New Year’s Eve represents a time for festivities and a celebration of all the promise that the incoming year holds. It is a time when families and friends can celebrate the passing of another year. For some, New Years can symbolize a rebirth or fresh […]

Christmas Movies Airing Now

December 8, 2017 3:36pm | Olivia Garrett

As the holidays roll around and spirit is in the air, many channels have begun to show Christmas movies on their networks. The jolly soundtracks and picturesque views of snow falling gently on light strung trees are already beginning to be broadcasted in the homes […]

Cheaper and Tastier Substitutes for Starbucks

December 1, 2017 3:52pm | Nicole Ruopp

Starbucks is the go-to coffee and tea stop for most because of the popular and well-known drinks. But when one steps up to the cash register to pay, they may realize that they are ordering a basic beverage for a high price. There are plenty […]

New Superhero Movie Disappoints Fans

November 30, 2017 3:38pm | Diego Rivera

The Justice League movie features a shallow plot and awkwardly-executed humor. Those who enjoy the DC Universe and action-packed movies may enjoy the film, but others may become tired with the overwhelming amount of CGI effects. The movie is set immediately after the death of […]

Painting Tompkins Spirit: NAHS Wrestling Mural Comes to Life

October 30, 2017 2:41pm | Rachel DeGroot

Vibrant brushstrokes of crimson and navy are carefully painted on to the white brick wall by National Art Honor Society (NAHS) students, giving what was once a mundane surface, a pop of Tompkins spirit. Spreading spirit through creativity and masterfully designed work, NAHS works diligently […]

Tompkins Choir Region Audition Results

October 23, 2017 3:10pm | Contributed

This past Saturday many of our talented Tompkins choir students participated in the Region Choir Auditions, and had a strong showing. From all of the students who auditioned from Tompkins, 13 made the Region 23 Women’s Choir and 22 made the Region 23 Mixed Choir. […]

The Galaxy S8 Versus iPhone 8/X

October 20, 2017 3:17pm | Lexee Decman

With the constant releases and updates between two leading phone manufacturers, Samsung and Apple, features and benefits of each can often be confused. Technology is constantly changing and evolving to fit consumers’ needs, but these two brands in particular have been releasing very different things […]