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Resting after coming out of the oven, a delicious lemon poppyseed is ready to be eaten.

The Poppin’ Muffin 

Jackson Edwards, Sports Co-Editor
March 1, 2021
Facebook's studies are often considered unethical, though they can be used to find interesting statistics.

Mood Manipulation

Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor-in-Chief/Columns Editor
March 1, 2021
Detailing an astronaut's attempt to survive on Mars,

The Martian

Grace Till, Co-Editor-in-Chief/News Editor
February 25, 2021
Reality television has been a popular form of entertainment for decades, but has been shown to cause negative effects on viewers' personality and mental health.

The Influence of Reality TV

Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor-in-Chief/Columns Editor
February 1, 2021
Crispy Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Crispy Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Matthew Beyer, Viking Voices Editor
January 28, 2021
Henry James's writing is often long-winded and too in-depth. However, the plot of his novella

The Turn of the Screw

Grace Till, Co-Editor In Chief/News Editor
January 28, 2021
The Carlsberg experiment demonstrated that you shouldn't judge people by their appearances (even intimidating bikers).

The Carlsberg Experiment

Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor-in-Chief/Columns Editor
January 26, 2021
Peppermint bark is the perfect treat to make for the winter holidays. It is quick, easy, and only requires a few ingredients.

Peppermint Perfection

Jackson Edwards, Sports Co-Editor
December 10, 2020
Southern memoir illustrates the poignant connection between a teacher and his students.

The Water is Wide

Grace Till, Co-Editor In Chief/News Editor
December 10, 2020
Volkswagen's piano staircase experiment resulted in a 66% increase in the amount of commuters who take the stairs.

The Fun Theory

Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor in Chief/Columns Editor
December 8, 2020
The idea of The Mozart Effect was popularized after an article about Frances Rauscher’s 1993 study was published in Associated Press. Rauscher’s findings were misinterpreted, leading to the false belief that listening to classical music makes one smarter.

The Mozart Effect

Clara Maultsby, Co-Editor in Chief/Columns Editor
November 11, 2020
Brontë's novel explores the life of a young girl who navigates the challenges presented by societal restrictions, religion, and love.

Jane Eyre

Grace Till, Co-Editor In Chief/News Editor
November 10, 2020
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