Cheers & Jeers

Cheers & Jeers
Cheers

Cheers to Taylor Swift. After an insane fourth Grammy win for Album of the Year, she announced her anticipated album, “The Tortured Poets Department” to be released on April 19.

Cheers to sports victories.”

Cheers to Grammy wins.  Congrats to Taylor Swift, Victoria Monet, and Killer Mike for their wins.

Cheers to early spring. Woohoo! Warmer weather, less heavy clothing, and pretty scenery. Glad to get to that faster than usual.

Cheers to sports victories. Congratulations to the dance team for being undefeated all season, and numerous podium finishers for the wrestling team at area traditionals. Those finishers now move on to sectionals.

Cheers to “Miscellaneous.” No, we are not just cheering random stuff, but instead a new Prowler podcast! Join Staff Writers Ella and Clio in discussing anything that comes to mind with a very special guest each episode. The podcast debuts this Friday.

Jeers

Jeers to Album of the Year. Certain staff writers do not believe that “Micheal” by Killer Mike truly deserves his win. We at The Prowler say that those writers’ opinions are strictly their own.

Why do we celebrate someone with less accuracy than a coin flip?”

Jeers to political ads. They are just so annoying. Why are you sending me your pictures and trying to convince me to vote for you without knowing who you are? Please take me off your list.

Jeers to Punxsutawney Phil having 39% accuracy. He is only right less than half the time. Why do we celebrate someone with less accuracy than a coin flip?

Jeers to school water. It just tastes nasty. Plain and simple.

Jeers to child influencers. Staff Writer Chloe Fitzsimmons wrote an excellent piece on the dangers of child influencers. It is quite disgusting seeing children be used for money. How is this not child abuse?

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Jenson Mahr, Staff Writer
Senior  3rd year with The Prowler   I am in charge of videography and photography on The Prowler. I enjoy watching “Star Wars” and writing about it. My favorite character in “Star Wars” is Jango Fett. I also enjoy cooking anything that has to do with pasta.

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