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Lunch Time Heros

Lunch Time Heros

January 21, 2020

Political Divide: “Put your pride to the side…You preside”

Micah Partee, Reporter

January 21, 2020

A writer from Harvard Business review, David A. Moss, states  “The real problem with American politics is the growing tendency among politicians to pursue victory above all else.”  This is a huge issue, because these politici...

Top Five Easy Reads That are Worth Your While

Sophie Castro, Editor

January 3, 2020

With the countless required reading assignments given in high school, many are soured against required reading and miss out on the fantastic experience of devouring really incredible books. So, here are five quick and easy re...

The Benefits of Learning American Sign Language in High School

Sophie Castro, Editor

November 18, 2019

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 5 percent of the world’s population was born without hearing. Though 5 percent may seem like a small number, this translates into nearly 360 million people, more than a...

The Benefits of a Partial Day Schedule For Seniors

Sophie Castro, Editor

October 1, 2019

High school students are notoriously stressed, whether it be because of a rigorous sports schedule, a demanding boss, or too much homework; students just never seem to have enough time, but with an arrive late/leave early open...

Horror seeking guide, FOS

Horror seeking guide, FOS

September 20, 2019

Here’s Why You Should Be Involved in Politics

Adam Steiner, Reporter

May 1, 2019

It is as important now as always to be involved in the political proceedings around you, especially in these rocky and unstable times in the American political theatre. America is facing a new political revolution that it has never e...

Julian Assange: Hero or Traitor?

April 22, 2019

Julian Assange was arrested on April 11 and is planned to be extradited to the United States (U.S.), so who is he and what does this mean for the world? Assange is the director and founder of the international organization Wikileak...

It’s Time to Make Prom Court More than a Popularity Contest

Autumn Smith, Editor in Chief

April 15, 2019

Every year the student body nominates 12 of the most popular seniors for prom court and then votes for Prom Queen and King from this list, but the entire system is a popularity contest, which isn’t necessarily bad, but it has the...

School Board Stalls on Turf Field Project

Adam Steiner, Reporter

April 5, 2019

The question of whether or not the school district should spend the money to implement a turf field is one that has garnered a lot of attention over the past few weeks, but why is it shrouded in such controversy? Proponents...

Does Poor Attendance to Mini-THON Show Lack of Support?

Michael Zabkowski, Sports Editor

March 6, 2019

On February 23, the Mini-Thon committee held its annual fundraising event, Mini-Thon. This year, the event occurred on a Saturday instead of overnight, and I don’t think that the move was a beneficial one. Mini-THON is an annual ...

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