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Planning Ahead – Is There a “Too Far?”

Hayden Rose, Staff Writer January 26, 2023

Thinking about your next life when your high school days are over is something that most people at least try to do, and it’s also something that the majority of students stress about. This stress can...

How social media is effecting the world

Alex Hayes , Feature November 9, 2022

The evolution of social media has been fueled through the human impulse to speak through advances in virtual technology. It is a tale approximately setting up and nurturing private connections at scale. This...

Uncrustables - Crusted or Not?

Uncrustables – Crusted or Not?

Hayden Rose, Editor November 4, 2022

Uncrustables - the peanut butter and jelly sandwich most everyone who went to high school anytime after 1995 should be familiar with. Most people agree that these sandwiches don’t have a crust, however...

Perrin Senke and another student

Tall vs. Short

El Kerns, Student November 4, 2022

Have you and your friends ever had the debate against each other over whether being shorter was better? Or the topic of you being shorter than your friends came up, setting into a playful argument? Or...

Vampire vs Werewolf; Why the Vampire is a Superior Fighter

Destiny Segovia, Editor October 28, 2022

For a few years now, a question has been circling the internet, and with Halloween approaching, it’s the perfect time to bring it up once more. In a fight to the death, would a vampire or a werewolf...

Is it really that bad to let social media take over your life?

Vivian Schiraldi October 26, 2022

Nowadays, it is practically impossible to escape social media, so why try and fight it? If you think about it, social media is not all that bad. You can use it to connect with friends and family or meet...

How ditching the biannual time change would improve our country and people’s quality of life

Avery Graham October 26, 2022

In about a month, most of the U.S. will observe the end of daylight saving time (DST) and we will “fall back” one hour into standard time.  While sleeping in later may seem appealing, there are many...

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