The Tower Pulse

My view: “Breaking Bad” movie “El Camino” stays true to original five seasons

Ally Bearman '20, staff writer

November 1, 2019

After 5 seasons of a drama/action tv show, ‘Breaking Bad’, main character Jesse Pinkman experiences another chapter in his drug-dealing life in ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’. The netflix original follows the story of previously impri...

My view: “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” satisfies Disney fans with a prequel to the original “Maleficent”

Erin Astfalk '21, Staff writer

October 30, 2019

As the years go on, it seems you can always count on Disney to remake live action versions of beloved childhood tales. While the public often has had mixed emotions over the remakes of original movies, there is something so t...

My view: Trump impeachment inquiry is a waste of valuable time

Jackson Jogan '21, Supervising Page Editor

October 17, 2019

The impeachment inquiry into the actions of President Donald J. Trump has shaken up the political world and caused great unrest amongst the parties. It has shown the great divide in our country, the fine line between violating the ...

My view: “Living Undocumented” series sheds light on the life of undocumented Americans

October 16, 2019

“Living Undocumented,” a Netflix original, tells stories of the horrific occurances that foreign families have to endure while  trying to illegally enter the United States. The show follows eight undocumented fami...

My View: Why South should uphold the tradition of a Sadie Hawkins dance

Kate Skupien '21, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

    Coming hot off a successful homecoming, it's hard to think of school-wide events to look forward to in the upcoming year.  Soon the football season will end and we will enter a seemingly never-ending winter.       Homecoming this ye...

My View: Under pressure: are students still self-motivated?

Ava Mitchell '20, Associate Editor of Pulse

October 9, 2019

In today’s day and age, students face more pressure than ever when it comes to getting into college. Getting good grades doesn’t seem to cut it anymore. Students feel as though they must get the best grades, have the highe...

My View: how the abortion ban can be detrimental to women’s health

Ally Bearman '20, Staff Writer

June 4, 2019

One step forward, and two steps back for women's rights as Ohio and Alabama pass new laws banning legal abortions. An 11 year old rape victim from Ohio who is being forced to keep her baby has sparked national tension on social medi...