Author Archives: Demaree Persson

What You Can Expect From Netflix In 2018

Netflix has certainly changed since its launch in 1997. The company has transformed from a DVD-by-mail provider to a billion dollar on-demand streaming business that provides to more than 110 million people. Check out what will be joining Netflix this January: National Treasure (January 1) Historian Ben Gates (Nicholas Cage) has spent his entire life searching for treasure that dates

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Christmas Around The World

Here in America, we hold many Christmas traditions, such as sending Christmas cards, decorating our houses with lights, wreaths, and garland, and leaving cookies and milk out for Santa, however, Christmas is celebrated differently in other parts of the world. Read below to see what Christmas might be like in a other places around the world. Switzerland: A very unique

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Fall Sports Wrap-Up

With changes to the SWAC conference, and an entire new campus, many would think that Apex High School’s sports would be affected or perhaps weakened. However, the sports teams excelled in every aspect this past season. In fact, Apex is currently leading in Wells Fargo points for our conference. Read below to catch up on what happened in the 2017-18

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The Unimportance of Body Insecurities

Within the last several years, teenage girls have become more self-conscious of their body or how they look because of pictures on the media and unrealistic-looking models. Olympic athletes, beauty pageant participants, doctors, country leaders, and even everyday citizens are taking action to change the negativity surrounding body image and start helping girls believe that their body is beautiful.   

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To Kneel Or Not To Kneel

Recently, the National Football League has been gaining political attention due to players kneeling, linking arms, raising fists, sitting, or staying in the locker room during the Star Spangled Banner. Some participants chose not to stand because of their political views on President Donald Trump while others take part in order to raise awareness of racial injustice and police brutality

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