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JagWire reporters review local sushi places

JagWire reporters review local sushi places

Anika Roy, Katya Gillig, and Ally Nguyen

November 27, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Price Chopper For only $5.40, Sushi Wednesday at Price Chopper is most definitely worth the price. At most sushi restaurants, one roll consists of 6-8 individual sushi pieces while at Price Chopper, one roll, for the lower price, gives you 12. With their own sushi chef on site, the sushi is made fr...

Traveling promotes personal growth

Traveling promotes personal growth

Carter Lawson, JagWire photographer

November 25, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

When I truly think about what is most valuable to me in life, several physical possessions immediately come to mind. I realize, though, that the most memorable and special items to me cannot be seen, nor physically touched. Instead, they are strictly memories of all of the travels I have been fortuna...

Keeping rooting for your home team no matter the score

Keeping rooting for your home team no matter the score

Abby Layton, JagWire A&E editor

November 25, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

Ever since I can remember, my dad has been obsessed with Illinois basketball. The University of Illinois is his alma mater, so Illinois basketball has always held a special place in his heart. The team hasn’t had a winning record since the 2009-10 season, and yet once basketball season rolls around ...

Time spent with your family is invaluable

Time spent with your family is invaluable

Claire Boone, JagWire managing editor

November 23, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

A common phrase I have found my friends and I saying to each other since we started high school is, “I am never home.” This has made me think about how much time I actually spend at home, strengthening the relationships that should and do matter the most to me. I came to the conclusion that the...

Staff editorial: students should accept the consequences of their actions

Staff editorial: students should accept the consequences of their actions

JagWire staff

November 20, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Staff editorials

As you walk into your coach’s office, a feeling of disbelief hits you. You know that your position on the team is going to be affected and that you’ve let your teammates down. You feel guilt rising up, and then anger towards law enforcement and the administration rushes through you. But the moment you...

Football is more than a sport

Football is more than a sport

Kendall Gaignat, JAG sports editor

November 18, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

I’m sure that you all have heard by now, our Jaguars lost to the Saints 55-21 on Friday, Nov 17. It was a fight and you could tell our boys wanted to win and bring home another state championship trophy. Aside from the loss, there was something other than a football game that happened on that fiel...

Keep supporting victims of sexual harassment

Keep supporting victims of sexual harassment

Alison Booth, JagWire editor-in-chief

November 12, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

Harvey Weinstein, former film executive; Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards” star; George H.W. Bush, former president; Jann Wenner, Rolling Stone magazine founder; Ed Westwick, “Gossip Girl” star. These familiar names all share a common trait: they, along with countless others, have all been accused o...

Procrastination is not the smartest way to go about life

Procrastination is not the smartest way to go about life

Jakob Twigg, JagWire news editor

November 12, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

You all know that feeling you get when it’s late at night and you still have a ton of homework to do, knowing that it could have been averted if you had watched one less episode of that Netflix show you’ve been binging for the past week. Walking tired into class the next day, you silently ask your...

The anthem represents more than politics

The anthem represents more than politics

Victoria Wright, JagWire editor-in-chief

October 27, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

My dad was in the United States Marine Corps for 10 years. While serving our country, he saw many friends sent home in caskets draped with American flags and this has impacted me immensely growing up. As the daughter of  someone who has experienced the hardships of fighting for our country, when I see peo...

Students and JagWire staffers review burgers purely by its patty

Students and JagWire staffers review burgers purely by its patty

Annie Myers and Michael Sandri

October 22, 2017


Filed under Reviews

Freddy's - Rating: 5/5 JagWire: The patty tasted and chewed like genuine beef, enhanced by the whirlwind of flavors. Senior Devin Mendenhall: It is unique compared to the other burgers, considering the outsides, and then it is tender in the middle.       McDonald's - Rati...

Staff editorial: Understand the First Amendment

Staff editorial: Understand the First Amendment

JagWire staff

October 22, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Staff editorials

Every student at Mill Valley has taken or will take a Civics class, but how many of us have retained our knowledge of our own basic rights? Out of 228 students surveyed, 21 percent were unable to name any of the rights guaranteed to us by the First Amendment (freedom of religion, speech, press and the...

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