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What’s the Sitch? – Buzzin’ Topics of the Week

October 6, 2011

By: Robbie McAnelly The Elusive iPhone 5... Err... 4S... People have been hotly anticipating Apple to release the next generation of iPhone. Money has been saved and upgrades have been held off on for months in preparation ...

“What’s the Sitch?” – Buzzin’ Topics of the Week

September 27, 2011

By: Abby Nash Football Homecoming Last Friday, Sept. 23, football homecoming queen candidates were escorted out on the football field at halftime to represent their classes on the 2011 Homecoming Court. One girl from each of the ...

“What’s the Sitch?” – Buzzin’ topics of the week

September 22, 2011

By: Robbie McAnelly Bridge-ocalypse On September 10, the Sherman Minton Bridge was indefinitely closed due to a structural crack being discovered on a critical beam. The inspection process is said to take anywhere up to three...

Tweet Tweet…

September 15, 2011

Teens take over the Twitter-verse By: Shayla Jones The 140-character phenomenon that is Twitter has been around since 2006 and has been growing by year, now with over 106 million users.  Read More »...

Charlestown Rd. eateries a huge hit

September 15, 2011

By: Jessie Madden The Onion The Onion is a small Asian restaurant located in what used to be someone’s home. The restaurant has a comfortable almost home type feel to it. It’s a quiet family-run restaurant that offers A...

Television obsessed

September 15, 2011

Most popular television shows amongst our students By: Chloe Kellams When we look back twenty years from now and think of what we watched as teenagers, these two shows are almost guaranteed to cross our minds.  Jersey Shore...

Giving back, getting back

September 14, 2011

Web Connection By: Maddy Bellew 31-year-old American traveler Blake Mycoskie was traveling in Argentina when he met many children who were walking around dirt roads with no shoes. He then returned to the states to found TOMS, ...

“What’s the Sitch?” – Buzzin’ Topics of the Week

September 8, 2011

By: Taylor Briscoe Labor Day Weekend Ah Labor Day; the first real break of the school year means a three day weekend, a four day following week, and one huge change in fashion: no white pants or shorts! Although this is a har...

“What’s the Sitch?” – Buzzin’ topics of the week

September 6, 2011

By: Robbie McAnelly New Albany plays in Lucas Oil Stadium This past Saturday the Bulldogs traveled to Indianapolis to play Castle. However, it was no ordinary football game. New Albany took on Castle in Lucas Oil Stadium,  hom...

“What’s the Sitch” – Buzzin’ Topics of the Week

August 25, 2011

By: Chloe Kellams 1. Assigned Lunch Seating As you may know, the lack of courteousness regarding the lunch trays has been a problem ever since the Mr. Sipes days.  For whatever reason, some people seem to have forgotten that part...

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