Mary Poppins Returns: A fantastical new perspective on the “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” world loved by millions

By Clare Mankin Business Manager Mary Poppins Returns directed by Robert Marshall, is a new take on the cult classic, that can resonate with all generations. The movie is based on the Banks children, both young and old, and how overwhelmed with impossible issues they are. Like in the original, Mary Poppins returns to Cherry Tree Lane just in time to help solve the family’s … Continue reading Mary Poppins Returns: A fantastical new perspective on the “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” world loved by millions

Gratefulness: The Homeless Have It, Why Don’t We?

By Aubrie Wise Editor-in-Chief If you were to ask someone you know how their day was, would they answer you honestly? And if they did, would it be full of complaints? We, as a society, have learned to obsess over the negatives and see the positives as ‘not enough.’ We are quick to judge and even quicker to lie to make ourselves seem more exciting … Continue reading Gratefulness: The Homeless Have It, Why Don’t We?

Assigned Parking for Students: A Simple Solution to an Ongoing Issue

By Cassidy Graham Public Relations Being a senior at Red Lion High School comes with its perks–late arrival, early release, parking privileges. Actually, forget about the parking privileges. With late arrival comes the struggles of finding a parking spot in the morning, and wondering if you will even have a spot to park. This problem could easily be fixed with one simple solution–assigned parking. Now, … Continue reading Assigned Parking for Students: A Simple Solution to an Ongoing Issue