The art of color

The art of color

October 7, 2014

Social media is true to blue

julia ketcham, staff writer

October 7, 2014

Filed under Features

While thoughts might occur to you out of the blue, social media sites are using the color of communication, loyalty, and trust to create a blueprint for a successful site. Different colors trigger different feelings in the... Read more »

Hair to dye for

Hair to dye for

October 7, 2014

Understanding idioms: connecting languages in ways you’d never imagine

genna danial, print managing editor

October 7, 2014

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We aren’t endorsing animal abuse when we say “to kill two birds with one stone,” and we aren’t really comparing our math test to dessert when we say it was “a piece of cake.” If we took these odd sayings, called idioms,... Read more »

Coloring outside the lines: How accurate is color psychology?

hannah bostrom, staff writer

October 7, 2014

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Stop and look around. You’re surrounded by color. Do the pasty hallways have you feeling blue? Or are you seeing red because you’re bombarded with inspirational posters in your classroom? “There are [color] combinations... Read more »

LZHS turns 50

LZHS turns 50

September 8, 2014

Summer smells: gardening

sara pardej, bf graduating staff

May 27, 2014

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Summer is the time to relax, according to the cliché we hear every year. With no school to keep students busy, it may be easy to sit at home all day and watch TV or spend countless hours surfing the web. Instead of passing time... Read more »

Screen up for summer

emily hack, bf graduating staff

May 27, 2014

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The summer sun is on the rise, which may feel great but looks pretty bad after making war with your unprepared winter skin. Sunscreen is a necessity for summer, but while looking at the hundreds of different kinds, you need to... Read more »