On October 16th, 17th, and 18th, the students of Moline High School put on a production of James and the Giant Peach, which was based on the children’s novel of the same name by Roald Dahl. In the play, James Trotter’s world is turned upside-down when he is sent to live with his abusive aunts […]
By Sabrina Scott, LO’T Feature Editor The day after Thanksgiving used to be a day full of rest and recovery from the mounds of food that was in- haled the day before, but now it has turned into a claus- trophobic nightmare known as Black Friday. Black Fri- day is the start of the Christmas […]
Ehah! Ehah! Ehah! It’s time to wake up! You immediately reach for your phone to turn off that screeching noise and hope that staying in bed will for some reason halt school from approaching. When you finally realize that school is not going away, most teens will grab their phone and check social media. […]
Welcome back to Pandora! Borderlands’ fans welcomed the third installment in the Borderlands franchise on October 14, 2014. Borderlands the Pre-Sequel, developed by Gearbox and 2K, are an open world, first-person shooter, roleplaying game. For those who don’t know what that means, it means that the player may travel wherever he or she may like(open […]
As expected, the Republicans overwhelmingly won the midterm elections, gaining a majority in the Senate and retaining control in the house. Across the nation, outside spending reached record levels, as 4 billion dollars were spent in total this midterm election. In Iowa, 73 cents were spent per vote, and while 20 million came from the […]
By: Jack McNeil, Editor- In Chief The Quad Cities lost a hero last week in...