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Passing On Some Senior Wisdom

Britt Campbell, Journalist
May 17, 2017
Filed under Features

As seniors prepare to graduate on May 23rd, iTiger asked a few of them if they have any advice they’d like to pass on to younger students here at Millennium. Ian Dupre says to “actually listen to people giving advice.” He notes that younger students struggle to listen to advice, especially that o...

Highlighting Seniors and Their Scholarship Achievements

Ben Williams, Journalist
May 5, 2017
Filed under Features

Scholarships are a hot commodity among students worldwide, but especially in the United States where having a college education is almost a must-have. Obtaining a scholarship is a difficult process and it usually pertains to excelling at a specific area of education or some form of extracurricular ac...

Top 5 Tourist Locations in Germany

Top 5 Tourist Locations in Germany

Melody Moneda, Journalist
April 24, 2017
Filed under Features

Has the thought of visiting Germany ever passed through your mind? No? Well, even if it hasn’t, taking a short trip to this iconic country will open your eyes the the many wonders of the world. Even though Germany has an unpleasant past, the land itself is beautiful, and will definitely be worth th...

Memories On Paper

Memories On Paper

Yamel Gonzalez, Journalist
April 21, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Features

  Many of us are facing the end of high school year. Some of us are graduating to new and higher places. Some students have just survived their first round in the thunderdome. High school is a place where we make new friends, have new experiences, and take the first step in becoming who we want to be....

5 Date Ideas That Don’t Break the Bank

5 Date Ideas That Don’t Break the Bank

Britt Campbell, Journalist
April 14, 2017
Filed under Features

So you’ve somehow managed to find a genuinely great guy or girl within the hottie-less cesspool of high school. Congratulations! Now, you have a new problem: to make this relationship blossom, you have to take that special someone on a socially obligatory date. But as you open your wallet and watch ...

Dungeons and Dragons: Not Just For Nerds

Dungeons and Dragons: Not Just For Nerds

Britt Campbell, Journalist
April 11, 2017
Filed under Features

Dungeons and Dragons is a tabletop role-playing game that first emerged in 1974. It was made for nerds by nerds--but not anymore. Over the last 43 years, the classic game has come a long way. It has since expanded beyond the confines of the typical nerd, and now people of any background find enjo...

3D Printing Cheese

Nathan Dean, Journalist
April 7, 2017
Filed under Features

During a recent study, scientists tested the properties of 3D printed cheese and compared it against regular processed cheese as a way to explore the possibility of using 3D printers as a means to produce food. Although the researchers say they did not perform a taste test, they say that the the che...

Plants That Save Lives

Nathan Dean, Journalist
April 7, 2017
Filed under Features

A group of researchers led by Glenn Gaudette at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts have begun to working heart cells to save the lives of patients who have damaged hearts from heart attacks. How? By using spinach! By using a detergent on spinach leaves the team stripped away the plan...

Rogue Asteroid

Nathan Dean, Journalist
April 7, 2017
Filed under Features

Scientist have discovered an asteroid that is orbiting the sun in the wrong direction, playing a dangerous game of chicken with Jupiter. This asteroid has not been given a name yet, however, astronomers have discovered that this lucky asteroid has managed to dodge its planet counterpart a multitude ...

Solar Powered Skin, Light, and Prosthetics

Nathan Dean, Journalist
April 7, 2017
Filed under Features

Scottish researchers have officially developed solar power skin to be used on prosthetic limbs, allowing amputees to feel pressure and contact. These brilliant scientist hope to use this technology along with solar powered limbs to make completely energy independent prosthetic limbs that would greatly improv...

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