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Perfect ACT Scores

Perfect ACT Scores

Payton Strobel, Reporter January 6, 2021

The ACT is an entrance exam used by most colleges when deciding which students to admit. The difficulty of the test depends on many factors differing from student to student. It depends on the strengths...

Travel & COVID

Travel & COVID

Riley Taylor November 30, 2020

Many travel plans have been postponed and cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I personally had a trip planned with my family, going to various countries in Europe. When the number of COVID cases started...

Major Stressing: Why Your Major Does Not Always Matter

Major Stressing: Why Your Major Does Not Always Matter

Serenity Lo, Yearbook Editor October 13, 2020

Most of us are looking forward to the day we move out of our parents house and into our college dormitories or apartments. Most of us are looking forward to filling out the college applications and the...

Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide Prevention Month

Mia Zdionica, Reporter October 5, 2020

Every year, September is the month where allies, survivors, and mental health organizations promote Suicide Prevention throughout the world. National Suicide Prevention Week was Sunday, September 6th...

Volunteer Season

Volunteer Season

Gracie Kayko, Print Editor September 24, 2020

It’s the start of a new season, with temperatures dropping, leaf colors changing and above all, COVID-19 still existing. Pumpkin spice lattes have come out, the latest fall fashion trends have started...

Ranking Recess

Ranking Recess

Payton Strobel, Reporter September 16, 2020

       From Hide and Seek to Heads Up Seven Up, our childhood recess games gave us a healthy sense of teamwork, competition and anxiety. Though all these games remind us of the nostalgic times of elementary...

Self-love and Perspective

Self-love and Perspective

Serenity Lo, Reporter May 20, 2020

A lot of people talk about love and they talk about relationships. When they talk about love and relationships, they are usually talking about love and relationships with other people. Significant others,...

I Escaped Social Media, and So Can You

I Escaped Social Media, and So Can You

Katie Ogden, Web Editor May 18, 2020

That Tuesday morning, I felt a deep rage burn inside me over  the countless hours I had spent on doing— what, exactly? I watched the little app icons shake for a few seconds before tapping them away...

Choosing the Right College

Choosing the Right College

Riley Taylor, Reporter May 17, 2020

Now that the 2019-2020 school year is wrapped up, most of the students in the Class of 2020 know where they are going to college, if they are attending college. Now it is the Class of 2021, and maybe even...

Can Hair Be Cultural Appropriation?

Can Hair Be Cultural Appropriation?

Maanya Pandey, Reporter March 9, 2020

Whether it is on Instagram, T.V., the runway or just everyday life, finding non-black people sporting dreadlocks or cornrows is not unusual. Celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Zac Efron and Kylie Jenner have...

A Different Stance on Feminism

A Different Stance on Feminism

Audra Wilkinson, Yearbook Editor February 11, 2020

No, I am not a feminist, but I have to watch where I say that. I have faced more backlash from self-proclaiming feminists than any sexist or belittling comment a man has spoken. Yes, my folks raised me...

Open Message to the Class of 2020

Open Message to the Class of 2020

Aubrey Mahoney, Yearbook Editor January 13, 2020

Hey class of 2020 - guess what? It’s 2020.   Scary, right? Here we are, in the year that’s been plastered on posters and shirts since we were in elementary school. “Class of 2020,” they...

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