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The kid who would be king: A fantasy movie favorite

Anna Baustert, Memorial Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Fantasy action movie titled “The Kid Who Would Be King” directed and screenwritten by Joe Cornish was released Jan. 25. The main character, 12 year old, Alexander Elliott, portrayed by actor Louis Ashbourne Serkis, attend...

School uniforms force to conform

Avery Hamlin, Memorial Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

One of the most drastic differences between private and public schools is freedom of expression through dress in regards to school uniforms. Uniforms give a sense of unity and belonging, but is the tradition as old as time finally ...

Kelly Clarkson: The Meaning of Life tour

Lauren Crouch, Memorial Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Kelly Clarkson continued her world tour The Meaning of Life at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Feb. 8. Performing alongside her was the season 14 winner of The Voice Brynn Cartelli as well as country music star Kelsea Ballerini. Along ...

Madison Rightmire: paintball above all

Makinzy Todd, Memorial Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Madison Rightmire, a freshman at Edmond Memorial, is not only dedicated to balancing her school work, orchestra and soccer but to top it all off, she is a paintballer and referee at Avid Extreme Sports, a paintballing park loca...

Therapy dogs helping the Bulldogs

Allie Schein, Memorial Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

Memorial offers many opportunities for their students including sports, clubs, electives, and many other extracurriculars, however one widely unknown program students have available to them through the school is counseling with therapy dogs. Cassie Sharp, Memoria...

Satisfied with “The Upside”

Makinzy Todd, Memorial Staff Writer

February 4, 2019

The Upside; directed by Neil Burger, was released Jan. 11 and quickly became a major hit, replacing Aquaman at the top of the weekend box office, earning a little over $19 million. This adaptation was based off of the hit ...

OCDA all-state choirs take on Yukon

Avery Hamlin, Memorial Staff Writer

January 31, 2019

Oklahoma’s Choir Directors Association (OCDA) annual festival provides experiences and memories that will never be forgotten along with sparking the interest for music in young singers. Students claim there is an unexplainable ...

Mid-term allocation reveals more money for schools

Leslie Franklin, Memorial Editor in Chief

February 16, 2017

As severe budget cuts across Oklahoma have left schools scrambling, a new relief in funding comes through the mid-term allocation from the state. Instead of the expected $15.20 decrease in funding per student, the results sho...

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