Wrecking Ball: The Teletubbies

Lyle Griggs

October 31, 2019

I know nothing about Teletubbies. I have never observed one in the wild, nor have I watched the films that document their lives. I am ignorant of their genealogy, their culture, their diet or their religion. All I know is that th...

Bon Bon

Edie Patterson

October 31, 2019

The East Lawrence restaurant Bon Bon used to be a colorful food truck and a little brick building on the corner of 8th and Pennsylvania. Now, after their reopening and new menu over the summer, the small business is essential...

Wrecking Ball: Seabury Idlers

Lyle Griggs

October 2, 2019

In 1886, German inventor Karl Benz patented the first internal-combustion automobile. The three-wheeled vehicle was powered by a light four-stroke motor and could occasionally reach speeds of up to ten miles per hour. The inve...

“Ad Astra”

Catharine Richards

October 2, 2019

Set in the future in a time when commercial flight to the moon exists and manned missions are not only being sent to Mars but to even more distant planets in our galaxy, the new film “Ad Astra” is certainly intriguing. The mo...

Ding Tea

Jonah Kim

October 2, 2019

Bubble tea originated in Taiwan and is a tea-based drink often mixed with milk or juice and chewy tapioca pearls mixed in. Ding Tea is the newest installation of this popular drink in Lawrence. On Mass Street, Ding Tea offers...

Border Bandito

Diego Klish

October 2, 2019

Border Bandido has been in Lawrence for quite some time now, but out of all the Mexican style restaurants it still manages to stand out. Border Bandido has anything any Mexican food enthusiast could ever want, including a taco bar...

Middle School Editorial: Dress Code Dilemma

Campbell Helling

October 2, 2019

One of the things that makes Bishop Seabury unique is its dress code. The khaki bottoms and polo shirt can be both a relief and a hassle. Most students want to change a few things, but others absolutely dislike wearing a uniform on a ...

Editorial: Dress Code Dilemma

Lyle Griggs

October 2, 2019

I have not always adhered closely to the dress code. One day in sixth grade, for example, I emerged from the bathroom wearing a “belt” made of toilet paper in a vain attempt to avoid punishment. Throughout middle school, I sca...

BSA POV: Vaping Epidemic

Evan McHenry

October 2, 2019

If you have been following the news recently, you’ve likely heard of the “vaping epidemic” in the United States. The topic has made headlines recently after several vaping-related deaths have occurred. This recent uptick in...

Wrecking Ball: American Obsession with the Royal Family

Lyle Griggs

September 12, 2019

On July 4th, 1776, a courageous contingent of American revolutionaries formally declared their independence from the tyranny of the English throne. Over the years, residents of the American colonies had developed a distaste for ro...

GINGER

Evan McHenry

September 12, 2019

After a nearly year-long hiatus, the idiosyncratic BROCKHAMPTON collective has released its fifth studio album. Known for a genre-blending style that features elements of hip/hop, RnB and pop, BROCKHAMPTON doesn’t fit the typical defin...

Twisted Fresh

Morgan Orozco

September 12, 2019

You are a Neanderthal in 100,000 BC. While scavenging for food, you come upon a dark, cavernous hole in the side of a cliff, in which the promise of sustenance lies. This scenario is akin to entering the poorly-lit room in which a...

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