Was the Causus a Cauc-up?

Andrew Hart, Reporter

March 4, 2020

Caucusing is a well known and well loved tradition in Iowa. You get hundreds of politically opposed Iowans, stuff them in a room meant for no more than fifty people, take a vote, wait about an hour, take another vote, and eventually one candidate will rise from the ashes as all the other candidates clai...

This Is The Way

Humza Maqsood, reporter

March 3, 2020

Pedro Pascal is The Mandalorian in the all-new Disney+ series, The Mandalorian (Lucasfilm Ltd.© 2019 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.)   The Mandalorian has done what the past Star Wars live-action media has failed to do: unite the fandom! “The Mandalorian”, now streaming on Disney+, has amassed a...

Is the Terminator Series Even Good Anymore?

Logan Adams-Bacon

December 16, 2019

I think it is safe to say that basically everyone alive knows the Terminator series. If you don't, please feel free to leave this article and go read something else. For those of you that stayed, the Terminator series was a ground-breaking movie series that shaped the action and sci-fi genres. The...

Cafes in Ames: Study Review

The interior of Cafe Milo in west Ames.

Akshata Gandhe, Zoe Mamakos, and Seth Bequette

December 16, 2019

Lockwood Cafe Located right outside of a neighborhood on the west side of Ames, the Lockwood Cafe is filled with great amounts of light and cool unique features. For only opening an indoor location recently, it’s a new and upcoming place to get some studying done. With free, easily accessible wifi a...

The Scoop on ACAI

Courtesy of company's Instagram

Logan Adams-Bacon, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Just imagine, you are laying on the beach in Southern California chillin with your friends. Everyone is having a great time hanging out with each other, no distractions, with the sound of the ocean in the background and the great taste of your Big Acai bowl in your hand. Whereas in reality, you are si...

The Classes of Ames High: Roasts and Reflection

The Classes of Ames High: Roasts and Reflection

Jonathan Watt, Opinion Editor

March 26, 2019

*THIS IS A COMPLETE JOKE.* August 23rd: The first day of school. You trudge out of class, dragging your feet across the ground, and make your way into the main hallway. However, you come across a mind-boggling obstacle: a 3’7” gremlin, darting to and fro in an unpredictable zig-zaggy fashion acro...

Glass – A shattered opportunity?

Seth Bequette, Academics & Arts Editor

March 14, 2019

I’m a bit late for the tea party that is M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Eastrail 177 Trilogy’, though to be fair the first film of this triple play was two years before my time. Despite that and some strange things Shyamalan’s movies have been known for, my interest was piqued by the purple hued thri...

Artist Spotlight: Noname

Fatima Warner, AKA Noname

Jonathan Watt, Reporter

March 14, 2019

When I mention the name “Noname Gypsy”, nothing may come into your mind. Well, it’s about time to change that. Noname, AKA Fatimah Nyeema Warner, has proven herself a force to be reckoned with in a musical genre dominated almost entirely by mumble-rapping teenagers, not to mention one with an unde...

The Hunger Games Book Review

The Hunger Games Book Review

Lauren Gilligan, Reporter

February 13, 2019

I decided to do a book review over The Hunger Games  by Suzanne Collins. It came out back in 2008, yet I only read it this past school year. It was a lovely discovery. I have not been able to find any recent books that I am interested in enough to read. But reading The Hunger Games caught my full at...

Get caught up in the Spider Verse

Get caught up in the Spider Verse

Corinne Sailor, Reporter

February 13, 2019

Into the Spider-Verse is impressive and entertaining, a dynamic and visually appealing movie that looks perfect as a three-dimensional version of the offset-printed comics. The story is clever and somewhat complicated. It moves quickly through fun bits that show just how much Miles loves being the su...