Are The 80’s Making A Comeback?

By: Danny Olivares   &   Lucas Henkel | Arts & Entertainment Editors February 2, 2017 Teased hair, shoulder pads, and poppy electronic tunes? Many would say that this is a description of the famous decade known as […]

The Truth Behind Smoking Bans

By: Jackson Hinkle | Writer February 5, 2018 Cigarettes produce significant harm to public health and the environment, there’s no question about it. Nearly 500,000 people die from cigarette smoking related deaths annually in the […]

SC’s Best New Restaurant – Cafe Hermosa

By: Sydney Burns | Writer January 31, 2017 Cafe Hermosa, the winner of SC Times “New Best Restaurant,” started off as a dream for owner, Jamie Madison. “Jamie always wanted her own thing,” sister, manager, […]

Oscars 2018 – Who Should Win & Who Will Win

By: Josh Greene | Media Editor January 31, 2018 This March marks another annual competition celebrating the year’s most acclaimed films on the most prestigious level: the 90th Academy Awards and nominations this year have brought nothing but […]

Sanctity of Life Sunday: Every Life Matters

By: Jillian Gellatly | Writer January 31, 2018 On January 13, 1984, Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation designating January 22 as the first National Sanctity of Life Day.  This year many Americans across the country […]

Why Should You Care? – Youth Voters

By, Gavin Kelleher-Marciello | Editor in Chief January 31st, 2018 Being a teenager is a lot of things – it’s fun, crazy, stressful, and complicated. As the years go by life becomes more and more serious. […]

Larry Nassar Condemned to Life in Prison

By: Courtney McDonald | Writer January 31, 2017 For the past two decades, a sports physician by the name of Larry Nassar spent his time on duty relentlessly molesting over 150 girls and women, all […]

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