Jorie Schwab

Jorie Schwab is a senior and the editor and founder of the online Creative Arts Magazine. This is her fourth year writing for The Talon. Jorie is also a staff writer and section editor for online news source The Prospect, and enjoys working on fiction novels and short stories in her time off from journalism. She is also a high school athlete and avid reader. Her favorite book of all time is The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas.

Rowling’s shot at redemption

The Cuckoo’s Calling, a book secretly penned by J.K. Rowling, proves she can still write On 14 July 2013 an obscure book written by an unknown author, Roger Galbraith, surged from 4709th on the Amazon bestseller list to 1st. The book, a suspense novel about a supermodel’s suspicious death, was released …

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A must read for all Americans

“Everything is backwards,” said W. George Jameson, a lawyer who spent 33 years at the CIA. “You’ve got an intelligence agency fighting a war and a military organization trying to gather on-the-ground intelligence.” This quote comes from Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Mark Mazzetti’s gripping new nonfiction book, The Way of …

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A followup on the dangers of energy drinks

In November, Redhawksonline posted a story about a report written by the Food and Drug Administration that linked the deaths of five people to drinking Monster Energy beverages over the past three years. Although the FDA went on to say that there hasn’t been enough evidence to take action against …

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The problem of the deadly kitty

Stalking birds, mice and mammals Anybody who has ever had a cat knows the feeling of walking in on a “present” left by the feline: the body of a bird, mouse, or other mammal. But these cuddly killers are actually presenting a problem to the populations of birds and small …

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The life behind the man in the suit

A new history of Santa Claus traces history in first person “You’re right to believe in me….” So starts the new Christmas story, The Autobiography of Santa Claus. This magical book recounts the life of the man in the red suit, Santa. Santa, or St. Nicholas, tells the tale of …

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