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Netflix or Hulu?

Teenagers enjoy every single moment they can to binge watch their favorite TV shows or movies, but what do they choose? Netflix or Hulu?

Netflix has its good sides and bad sides compared to Hulu.

One of the main reasons why Netflix is such a popular online movie streaming website is because for just $7.99 a month, you have the capability to watch an extremely wide variety of movies and TV shows, but what comes with $7.99 a month is only one user at a time and no HD. However when you pay $8.99 you get 2 users and HD.

All these movies and TV shows you can access through your Internet to your computer, TV or Internet connected with a Blu-ray players, wii, PS3, Xbox 360, Apple iPhone or iPad, and much more.

An extra feature you can add on to your Netflix account is to receive DVDs by mail.  Plans start as low as $9.99 per month. You can also watch your DVD for as long as you like with no late fees. The shipping is included in your fee.

While a lot of these things are good one of the downsides to having Netflix is waiting for your favorite TV series to be realized. For example, the TV series Scream Queens wasn’t posted on Netflix till a couple months after the season one ended, but with Hulu you could watch it the day after a new episode aired. But really If you’re looking for a standard cable replacement, one that allows you to follow along with your favorite shows, you need Hulu. Otherwise, Netflix’s catalog is far more greater when comparing original productions or the depth of movies and documentaries offered.

So if I was asked to get Netflix or Hulu my likely choice would be Netflix.

Better Late Than Never

Story by Grace Whisman, Photo by Alexandria Sessions

Students all look forward to that day of the week when they can sleep in an extra hour.  Being a student myself, I enjoy any moment of extra sleep that I can get. But is that really what is best for me, or for every other student? Why not be early instead of late for a change? Continue reading “Better Late Than Never”

Will You Break the Law?

Story by Alexandria Sessions

Deciding what to wear for Halloween may be out of the question for Dutch Fork students.

The two most asked questions in October are ‘Who or what are you going to be for Halloween?’ and ‘Aren’t you a little too old to be trick-or-treating?’ and the answer politically, is yes. Continue reading “Will You Break the Law?”

Costume Ready!

Photo by Allie Sessions

Senior Brianna King looks for a costume idea online. While waiting for the bell, Brianna looks forward to Halloween activities. “I’m looking forward to Deceased Farm and Scarowinds.”

Chick-fil-A

Story by Justice Newman, Photo by Warner Otto

 

The smell of waffle fries fills the air, the familiar sounds of “My pleasure,” from the employees remind customers that it really is a treat to serve them, and the atmosphere is one that makes you feel at home. These are just some of the things a person can experience when coming to Chick-fil-A. At Dutch Fork High School, Chick-fil-A has proven to be a staple in a teenager’s daily life. Breakfast, lunch, and even dinner, this restaurant is crowded with students and their families who crave relaxation after a long day and a chance to catch up. While there are countless restaurants that one can go to, Chick-fil-A is a place that never really gets old, no matter how many times you eat there. Continue reading “Chick-fil-A”

Chromebooks VS IPads

Story and Photo by Justice Nawman

With a new school year comes new changes. For the upcoming 2017-2018 school year, students were greeted by new administration, modified school policies, and their very own laptop. Continue reading “Chromebooks VS IPads”

From a senior: a reflection on high school

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Story and photo by Trey Martin

As the days of the school year wind down, the realization that high school will be over has barely set in. Looking back over the years, there have been plenty of great memories of high school, and a lot of not so great ones as well.

Continue reading “From a senior: a reflection on high school”

3 and up

Story by Haley Dixon

 

Everybody has at least heard of an AP exam, whether they themselves are taking an AP course or they know someone who is in an AP class. AP classes are classes that once completed, you are required to take an exam. If you pass the exam, you get college credit for the class. If you don’t, the time you spent in the class is essentially wasted. Continue reading “3 and up”

Why you should avoid “Senioritis”

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Story by Haley Dixon

Seniors tend to experience a well-known phenomena called “senioritis.” During the second semester of the school year, right after winter break at the beginning of the new calendar year, the production starts to fall off.

Continue reading “Why you should avoid “Senioritis””

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