Ah, memes, the wonderful things that keep us alive. The internet is full of them: New memes, used memes, unknown memes, popular memes. But have you ever stopped to wonder: When did this weird trend begin? What were the first memes ever, and how did they transform into what we have today?
Neal Shusterman’s book Scythe paints an interesting contrast between life without death, and now. It is set in a “post mortal” world where there is no death, but in order to control population, people must kill. These people are scythes. They are chosen from the ranks of the best people in the world, the people who don’t want to be scythes. Continue reading Scythe is an Interesting Utopia/Dystopia
By Leo Katowitz, a Novice Axis and Allies Player
You sit in a chair, leaning over a game board the size of the world. You determine the strategy of your next turn. You look over at your opponent, he is attacking the heartland of your territory, the capital. He is shaking over the massive amounts of troops you have, ready to strike. You grin. They are going into a trap, perfect for the situation. By the end of the game, you have pushed them back to their capital. You stand victoriously over the battlefield, looking down upon your enemies. If you are a lover of board games, and intensity, then Axis and Allies is for you! Continue reading Axis and Allies 1940 Review
“The Middle School Mix dance course is designed to provide students with opportunities to explore different forms of dance through class research, discussion, and physical movement,” says Sloan Kearney, the instructor for the dance section of Middle School Mix. Middle School. This new offering in the GFS Middle School was meant to give students art education that most had not been receiving before, but is it working?
By Jasper and Joshua
“Video games foster the mindset that all creativity to grow”
– Nolan Bush
We went out and asked some middle school students what they think about video games. They gave us some great responses.