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Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
September 20, 2019

(Photo Credit: NRDC) You’ve had a prolonged and lousy day at school or work, mentally exhausted and ready for relaxation, the last thing you want to do is click on the news article that has the headline “Scientists Say Global Warming Threat is Worse than Ever.” I get it, we’ve all been there when a tiring day has left one weary and not in the mood for stressful science articles. But the issue is, if we all find ourselves too busy, or stressed, or too tired to acknowledge the failing...

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Gracie Fillet
September 12, 2019

Once in awhile, some sort of event happens that becomes the #1 trending topic on Twitter and makes an appearance in everyone’s timeline for the next couple of weeks before something else happens that takes over. A few are popular for several days while others last a long time and become permanently etched in everyone’s brain. Here are a few topics that have reached that elite social status.  The first is the video app Tik Tok. Since mid-2018, over 500 million users are on app. Every other...

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Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
September 6, 2019

There’s a new law that could land teens in prison. It’s a generation like none before. One full of internet feuds, constant social buzz, outcries on the latest controversy and viral YouTube videos that trend on Twitter to circulate endlessly. Like it or not, social media has become a staple in modern American entertainment and for most teens, a way to connect and inform others on the more trivial aspects of life. But thanks to a new law, a seemingly innocent post could land one behind bars.    It’s...

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Parker.L.Lurye, Writer
May 3, 2019

Article 13, now rebranded as Article 17 is a law that was recently passed by the European Union covering the issue of online copyright. Article 17 will force social media websites to take responsibility for when one of their millions of users upload copyrighted content. What this means is that many social media websites such as YouTube will have no choice, but to use a kind of robot copyright filter and if robots can’t even drive yet then why should they be allowed to censor the net? While it’s...

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Lauren Adkins
October 2, 2019

Black and gold, brave and bold, go fight win!    This is the chant that represents the Warriors here at Memorial. Outsiders observing would assume that Memorial High School is filled with confidence regarding our ability to take down the competition and to support any mountain our fellow Warriors have to climb. In reality, the students here would say that the atmosphere is all around ineffective at creating any sort of palpable excitement circulating around football...

Gracie Fillet
October 2, 2019

Nobody is surprised to find that the Earth is in a highly critical condition at the moment. Global warming, air pollution, and waste disposal are major environmental concerns that we need to keep an eye on. Different countries have already implemented environmentally friendly laws to try to save the planet in this time of crisis. “What can I do to help?” you may ask. You can start with these five small but highly impactful changes.  1. Use a reusable shopping bag. A research...

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
September 26, 2019

(Note: This article is categorized as an Op-Ed. As such, all opinions are that of staff writer Kelsey Byrd’s, and do not reflect the ideas or thoughts of Memorial High School nor the MHS Journalism staff team as a whole.)   If you have been on social media recently or you are in touch with local news channels and papers, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the fires raging in the Amazon Rainforest. The headlines tell a grim story, with daunting warnings of the repercussions...

Kelsey Byrd, Staff writer
September 26, 2019

(Note: This article is categorized as an Op-Ed. As such, all opinions are that of staff writer Kelsey Byrd’s, and do not reflect the ideas or thoughts of Memorial High School nor the MHS Journalism staff team as a whole.)   No matter what place one calls home, a dark history of unrepentant brutality and viciously served inequality are sure to be a part of any country’s history. The past is often heavily morbid; a somber reminder of the inexplicable circumstances...

Isaiah Foster
May 15, 2019

Do you ever try to have a conversation with somebody but it goes nowhere? It’s hard to learn about a person when they only know a few words or have a limited vocabulary;  that will always be just enough to pass by, and without depth. Don’t blame them, it’s the life we live in. People talk through abbreviations and emojis. Times have changed, and so have conversations. However, you can keep a conversation by giving somebody a compliment or bring up timely news to talk...

Roshni M., Staff Writer
April 18, 2019

ID badges are important in this day and age to provide security in schools, as stated in the Frisco ISD Memorial High School handbook. ID’s can help teachers and staff identify if a certain person is supposed to be in the school or not. Many people come in and out of school for reasonable purposes, such as photographers for school pictures, electricians, or advisors, etc. It’s easier to determine visitors and students from people who don’t have permission to be in the school. ID...

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