There has always been a disagreement and most likely always will be, the disagreement is Skyline or Goldstar? Skyline and Goldstar both serve the same thing but the real question is who served it better? Each restaurant does have different recipes but it’s the same concept. There is not really a way to figure out which one tastes better because everyone has different taste buds, but here is some of what some people think around Cincinnati. Continue reading Skyline or Goldstar?
Monthly Archives: December 2017
Gamers vs athletes
What do you like to do doing your free time, maybe play some video games? Picture being paid to play video games for a living, like how athletes get paid to play football, basketball, and any other sport. Wouldn’t that be something.
Would you consider playing video games as a sport? Most people would say no because you sit at home and just use a controller to move a person or object around and destroy, create, and kill. There’s not much to it. It’s not like you have to run a couple miles , make a ball go through a hoop while traveling at great speed, or hit a baseball pretty far to get a homerun or even get to a base. Continue reading Gamers vs athletes
NFL Week 15 Winners/Losers
Todd Gurley II, RB, Los Angeles Rams: What a thoroughly dominating performance, and one that looks all the more impressive considering it came against a Seattle Seahawks defense that hadn’t allowed more than 19.3 non-PPR or 22.3 PPR fantasy points in a game and had allowed averages of 15.2 (third-fewest) and 19.7 (fourth-fewest) in those respective scoring systems to opposing running backs entering the week. Gurley’s 45.0 PPR and 42.0 non-PPR fantasy points set new career highs for the third-year running back, and the latter was the best single-game score by any individual player all season. Continue reading NFL Week 15 Winners/Losers
The Repeal of Net Neutrality
Many of us enjoy spending time using one of mankind’s greatest inventions, the Internet. A wide source of not only information and necessities but also a source of great entertainment for kids and adults alike. This service, which today many would likely consider essential to everyday activity, is actually serviced through providers such as Comcast, Time Warner, and many others who you have likely heard of. These providers, who usually also specialize in the distribution of cable services (as they are all mainly TV providers), charge users monthly for free, uninhibited use of Internet services and capabilities, no matter what they may be.
What many don’t realize, is that this freedom of Internet access stems from the insurance of a certain piece of legislation known as “Net Neutrality”. Net Neutrality is what insures that Internet service providers, or ISPs for short, can neither slow down or speed up your connection for certain websites. This is so that these companies cannot take advantage of this service, and charge the consumer extra money so that their speeds can all match up and they won’t receive poorer quality on some of their services. Or, it did at least, because recently there was a vote to repeal this important piece of security for the American public.
Five Ways to Deal With Test Anxiety
In order to prepare for exam week, we’re giving you five ways to deal with test anxiety!
1. Make sure to study the information and know it! Make sure to be confident in the material, confidence is key. Continue reading Five Ways to Deal With Test Anxiety
Fun Winter Activities
If you’re looking for some fun things to do around Cincinnati right now, here is a list of some fun festivities you can do that are both inside and out. Some are related to Christmas and others you can do anytime! Some things are more expensive than others, but they all are worth the money.
Right now at the Newport Aquarium there is Water Wonderland with scuba Santa which features Santa and his underwater friends to talk to you beneath the sea in a special dive show. The aquarium is open daily from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Admission is $24.99 for adults and $16.99 for children ages 2-12 years old. Continue reading Fun Winter Activities
Antonio Brown Out
One of Pittsburgh’s biggest weapons, Antonio Brown, is sidelined until at least the post season.
Steelers’ star wide receiver suffered a partially torn calf muscle in 27-24 loss to the New England Patriots. The injury will not require surgery and the Steelers hope that the injury will be healed in time for the playoffs. Brown suffered the injury early in the second quarter after catching two passes for 24 yards.
WCHS Spirit Week
This week is spirit week at West Clermont High School! In hopes to get in the holiday spirit at WCHS before midterms we are having a festive spirit week. Day five was “Ugly Sweater Day” where the students dressed up in festive sweaters, ugly or not. Students are also able to donate a dollar to help families in need have a good holiday season! Continue reading WCHS Spirit Week
Defend A Friend
Defend a Friend club has started this year. They are meeting on Tuesdays in room 106. The club meets every Tuesday at 3:10. Defend a friend is a club to that is to help stop bullying. It is a great club that comes up with cool ways to lighten people’s’ mood. In the past they have put sticky notes around the school with nice sayings to brighten your day. Defend a friend was started at Glen Este by a student who was bullied and wanted to find a way to stop it and to help others who were bullied. There is about 3.2 million high schoolers bullied a year. It would be great if West Clermont was bully free. Our school should have a big Defend a Friend club to help stop those who think it is ok to pick on someone. Everyone has helped someone and felt good about it, so why not feel good everyday while you come up with ways to help someone. Defend a Friend came up with a play they performed in front of the school one year. It was a great play that really showed what bullying could do to someone. You can go to a meeting at any time and if you decide you don’t want to go you can stop. If you go you probably won’t want to stop though. We walk the hallways of this school and don’t see what is really going on. Students in our school could be bullied and we don’t notice. So join the club and and find a way to make a difference for those who are getting bullied in our school.
Our school is having a coat donation this winter. If you have any old coats that no longer fit you or you no longer like you can take them to Ms. Burris in room 325.There is a big blue barrel that is in her room that you can put your coats in. The coats need o be gently used though. Our school wants to make sure that everyone can stay warm this winter. They are giving to kids that are around our community that cannot afford to buy new coats. This also a barrel in the main lobby for you to drop off your coats. If you tell Amanda or sign the sheet that says you donated Ms.Burris will give you a coupon for a free cheese coney from Gold Star. They are taking donations through January 10th. It is getting colder and colder, the last thing people want to be is without a coat on so please donate coats that you no longer use. There is about 1.35 million kids in America who experience homelessness every year. In the winter they are constantly freezing, one coat could make a huge difference to the children who freeze in the 20 degree weather that we endure in Ohio. There is 800,000 people in America that are homeless each night, now imagine how they felt over the weekend while it was around 20 degrees. While we were able to sit in our cars or homes warm they had nowhere to go. So if you see a coat that you could donate sitting around please donate them to our school to help those who need them.