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PlayStation VR has arrived with an impressive, strong launch to critical acclaim. 

PlayStation VR has arrived with an impressive, strong launch to critical acclaim. 

Written by Lukas Garrett, Technology Editor
October 22, 2016
Filed under CTE Career and College Ready, Event Marketing and Music Perfomance Academy, IT Academy, Showcase, Student Feature, Technology Review, TSA, VIDEO & ANIME

The PlayStation VR has hit store shelves, and has outsold the PS4 in Japan in its first week.  The VR headset has had a great launch, and is reviewing well both critically and commercially. This was expected because of its impressive lineup of launch games, including: Batman: Arkham VR, Ace Banana, EVE: ...

“Sit With Us” – Newest Social Networking App Makes Top Ten on ITunes

“Sit With Us” – Newest Social Networking App Makes Top Ten on ITunes

Written by Jose Moreno, Feature Writer
October 8, 2016
Filed under C*O*O*L: Community Outreach of Love, Features, Showcase, Student Feature, Student Life, Technology Review

Sit With Us, is the newest and hottest app on iTunes that is designed to provide a social network that promotes kindness and inclusion in schools. Its creator, Natalie Hampton, knows what it feels like to be excluded and as the victim of severe bullying, she set out to create an app that kids can u...

Find your civic voice: Register to Vote, then Vote! – #GoVoteTN

Find your civic voice: Register to Vote, then Vote! – #GoVoteTN

Written by William Weber, Feature Writer
September 29, 2016
Filed under Features, School News & Events, Showcase, Student Feature

Click Here to  Register to Vote NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (AP) - Voting is arguably the most important constitutional right given to citizens in the United States. Voting in a presidential election is the most important election a citizen of the United States can participate. The right to vote in the U.S. begins at the age of eighteen, though historica...

20 years later, legendary street poet’s words still matter

20 years later, legendary street poet’s words still matter

Written by Maira Cano-Avila, Feature Writer
September 29, 2016
Filed under Features, Music Review, Rockin' Reviews, Showcase, Student Life

Long before the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter of the contemporary recent history there was a rapper who took on the racial divide that exists between the police and African American culture. His name was Tupac Amaru Shakur. As a rapper, Tupac steeped his music with a blunt criticism of the nation’s justice...

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