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Teen Pulse

  • Youth Activity Center Schedule 11-9-14

     

    Youth Activity Center Schedule

     

    Monday: Popsicle stick scarecrow

     

    Tuesday: Activity Center closed for Veteran’s Day 

     

    Wednesday: Movies and munchies

     

    Thursday: Marbled shavings creme leaves

     

    Friday: Los Alamos — Lego contest; White Rock — Four Square

  • Youth Activity Center Schedule 11-2-14

     

    Youth Activity Center Schedule

     

    Monday: Birthday board

     

    Tuesday: Ping pong
    tournament 

     

    Wednesday: Movies and munchies

     

    Thursday: Candy corn bingo

     

    Friday: Staff’s choice game/activity

     

  • Word on the Street 10-26-14

     

    Teen Pulse staff writer Michael Booton asked students, “What is your Halloween costume?”

  • Youth Activity Center Schedule 10-26-14

     

    Monday: Outdoor scavenger hunt (Los Alamos), indoor scavenger hunt (White Rock)

     

    Tuesday: Paper plate black cat 

     

    Wednesday: Movies and munchies

     

    Thursday: Pool tournament (open 8 a.m.-6 p.m.)

     

    Friday: Halloween costume contest (open 8 a.m.-6 p.m.)

     

  • Lewis & Todd 10-26-14
  • Fall Installments: What to expect this season

     

    Numb fingertips and pink cheeks mark the arrival of colder months spent trying to stay warm.

    Any “fashionista,” however, will tell you that autumn brings more than just chilly weather; it brings new formulas to stay stylish during the most trying season. 

    Let’s take a look at what to expect.

  • Opinion: American ignorance runs rampant despite technology

     

    Recently, I watched a news segment in which a reporter asked random United States citizens what they thought of the Ebola crisis in Africa. 

    Astounded, I listened to citizen after citizen either ask the reporter what Ebola is, say they thought it was great, obviously clueless about the disease, or stare blankly off into space.

    While this does not represent the majority of Americans it shows that there are a striking number of people in this country who don’t know anything about what is happening in this world beyond the screens of their smartphones. The outcome of these types of interviews is nothing new, but it should make one’s blood boil every time one is released.

     When I think about these ignorant people voting and that their vote can affect my future, I am frightened for my generation. 

  • Lewis and Todd 10-19-14
  • A terrible, horrible, no good, very bad movie

    Based on the children’s book by Judith Viorst, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” follows 11-year-old Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) who experiences the worst day of his young life.  
    He finds gum in his hair, accidentally sets the science lab on fire, angers the girl he has a crush on and finally his parents are late picking him up from school. Alexander is left feeling very sorry for himself.  In contrast, everything is going wonderfully for the rest of his family which makes Alexander want the worst for them.  
    On his birthday the next day, Alexander makes a birthday wish that his family would have the most horrible, terrible day. To his surprise Alexander’s father (Steve Carell), mother (Jennifer Garner), brother (Dylan Minnette) and sister (Kerris Dorsey) do experience the worst day of their lives.  Alexander begins feeling remorseful and decides he must try to turn their worst day into the best day for everyone.
    While having great potential to be hilarious, this movie lacks creativity and is cliché. The father having a bad job interview, the brother failing his driver’s test, the sister getting sick before her play debut are all boring plot scenarios director Rob Lieber wrote.  

  • Word On The Street 10-19-14

    Teen Pulse staff member Sydney Schoonover asked students, “What’s your favorite kind of Halloween candy?”