Imagine Dragons’ new album, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’, was just released in February of this year. With its overarching theme of the unreality of their rising fame and how it affects relationships with their loved ones, the songs come together to follow their story of the band’s unique take on their popularity.
This is an album review on the band Superchunk’s album Foolish. Superchunk is an alternative rock band that was formed back in the 1980s. Foolish is Superchunk’s top rated album and it features twelve songs that really define Superchunk’s music.
Happiness can be found anywhere we go. Sometimes, however, it’s easier to only see all that is wrong with our lives and all the things we wish we could fix. One of the most important lessons I have learned through my years of struggling with depression, is that we can choose our happiness. Happiness can be found in our family and friends, music and art, in nature, and in the simple gestures of others. Sometimes in the toughest times in our lives, instead of looking at what is wrong, we should turn our heads to what is right. Life is too hard to live under a cloud of negativity. Smile, accept yourself, and look at the brighter side of things. After all, it is your choice.
Emily Pattyn and Evan Ohnemus interview Kiki Williams about her sexuality and her experiences with it here at Carmel High School. Emily and Evan talk about issues that aren’t really talked about that much in today’s society. They will be featuring a new invisible issue every other week.
I believe that being a first-generation American citizen makes it much more difficult to find your identity. Being a first-generation citizen forces you to have your feet in two worlds, but never really belonging. This is my story of being a first-generation citizen.
Happiness is the true key of life and many people go their entire lives searching for it. But the true happiness comes from the inside. There is only two words that you need to know to have true happiness. Smile More. This is how I make my own happiness and why I am happy all the time.
I believe that it’s perfectly okay to be normal and average and not stand out. I don’t need recognition for everything I do, and I’m confident enough in myself that I don’t need to be told that I’m special. Everyone is amazing and important in their own ways, but we don’t need recognition to know that about ourselves.