**Warning!! Spoilers Below!!** As the third and last installment of the Maze Runner trilogy, “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” certainly left many viewers on the edge of their seat hoping for more. The book series, which was first published in 2009, is a dystopian trilogy that brings readers into a post-apocalyptic world full of action … Continue reading “Great! We’re all bloody inspired!”: A Death Cure Review
Senior Kyle Krupansky has recently been awarded a $106K scholarship from the U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program to attend the University of Connecticut, known as Detachment 115 (Air Force ROTC units at colleges and universities are referred to as “detachments”), in the fall. UCONN was his first choice, but he also … Continue reading Senior Kyle Krupansky Receives $106K Air Force ROTC Scholarship
https://youtu.be/3rcYZ2-fqd8 Jolie Suarez, Staff Writer Junior Jolie Suarez is a staff writer for the 2017-2018 Colonel. While binge-watching The Vampire Diaries, she eats salt and vinegar chips, Twizzlers, Wendy’s, Sour Patch Kids, and drinks Olive Garden limontas. You may deliver these foods at any reasonable hour to the main office for her.
Every year, in March, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) holds a basketball tournament with the best teams in the country looking to win a championship called March Madness. There are two sides to the bracket, with four regions total. The four regions are: Midwest, West, East, and South. A total of 68 out of … Continue reading NCAA March Madness
Have you ever witnessed a professional performance which left you saying “Well, I could do that too”? Rarely does the average person experience this moment while watching the Olympics, an athletic series of competitions filled to the brim with talent and fierce determination. However, American “skier” Elizabeth Swaney, who represented Hungary in the Winter Olympics … Continue reading How to Cheat Your Way Into The Olympics
Students across the United States are walking out during school to spread awareness against gun violence. Some schools have taken disciplinary action towards these students for skipping part of school, while others encourage the peaceful protest against a current issue. The right of free speech and peaceful assembly is directly stated in the first amendment … Continue reading Walkout for Awareness
Keeping a secret for nine months is very hard, keeping a secret from the world when you’re as big as Kylie Jenner is even more difficult, but should this even be in the news? Kylie Jenner is a 20-year-old known as a makeup entrepreneur with her cosmetics line “Kylie Cosmetics” and is also a reality … Continue reading Does LHS Care About the Kardashian Babies?
The Case: Tim Cunningham, a Harvard-educated epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, has disappeared without a trace and hasn't been seen in two weeks. Cunningham reportedly made an odd request of one neighbor on the day before he went missing, he told neighbor Viviana Tory's husband to tell … Continue reading The Beginning of the Zombie Apocalypse?