Monthly Archives: April 2016

Relay for Life: In Memory of Martwain Bellamy

Conway Relay for Life

By: Alima MooToo On Friday, April 8th, Conway High School’s Interact Club attended Coastal Carolina University’s Relay For Life. The Interact Club walked in memory of Martwain Bellamy, a rising  senior of the class of 2016. Bellamy was diagnosed with

Atlantic Beach Bike Fest: Not a Family Affair


By: Jamarria Pyatt The Atlantic Beach Bike fest a.k.a Black Bike Weekend is held every year in May. This year, it is being held May 27-30. This is a celebration of Memorial Day. Many black bikers come to Myrtle Beach

The Breath of Life: A New SC Graduation Requirement


By: Alima Mootoo Governor Nikki Haley passed a new bill on Thursday, April 21, that will require all South Carolina students to be CPR certified. South Carolina is the 30th state to pass this law, and it will be interesting

Change is Coming to Broadway at the Beach


By: Abigail Calhoun Myrtle Beach locals, and those who visit the Grand Strand have enjoyed Broadway at the Beach for 20 years now. Broadway at the Beach is comprised of a wide range of shops, restaurants, and other fun attractions.

Is All About the Tubman’s, Baby!


By: Alima Mootoo The American $20 bill currently features former president Andrew Jackson, and his image has graced the 20 since 1928. However, the U.S. Treasury, who decides who is featured on U.S. bills, has made the decision to replace

Quote of the Week


“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson   photo credit:

Let’s Get Footloose!


Review by: Jasmine Burroughs Do you enjoy dancing? Enjoy music? Enjoy laughing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Footloose is the movie for you. Footloose stars Kenny Wormald known as Ren, Julianne Hough as Ariel, Miles


By: Abigail Calhoun On April 29, 2016 Busco Beach will be hosting the 2016 Mud Bash. The opening weekend for Busco Beach is on April 16, 2016. Busco Beach and the ATV park are recreational facilities and are manmade beaches.

Athletes and Buddies Go For The Gold

By: Carolina Hughes On Tuesday, April 19, many high schools around Horry County participated in the Special Olympics at the Pelican’s Stadium. The wonderful opening ceremony included an athlete singing the National Anthem, saying the Pledge of Allegiance, and chanting

Is Democratic Socialism Right For America?


By: Kathryn Crigger If you are up to date with current American politics, you know that the democratic candidate, Bernie Sanders, is a democratic socialist and has not been afraid to let America know it. However, do you know what