by Sarah Goraya (btw, shoutout to Carolyn Glasener, my fellow nominee!! Loved our joint heart attacks when Will tried to convince us that our interviews were a day earlier than they actually were.) As a junior on our resident robotics team, The Fighting Unicorns, which is a part of the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), I…Read More
If you’re reading this article, I’m assuming you have at least one sibling. I, like you, have some as well, two sisters to be exact, one younger and one older. Since we’re all stuck in the house together, it has created the perfect environment for daily fights and yelling, so I’ve come up with a…Read More
By Ivy Wang Since we all had to stay at home and quarantine, I’ve had a lot of time to watch movies. I tend to like almost every movie but here are my thoughts about what I watched: Award-Winning My family and I tried to watch a lot of Oscar winning and nominated movies and…Read More
By Aambar Agarwal
Disclaimer: Do not ingest/inject Lysol or any other disinfectant. It is deadly to do so. Use in accordance with the instructions on their labels.
By Emma Esteves Due to the growing concern over COVID 19, there is no doubt that right now, many of us are confused, angry, sad, or maybe even anxious. While our daily routines and lives might have changed, it is amazing to see how people are still keeping themselves busy in unique ways during our…Read More
By Emma Gerber Just as it was for Peter Gabriel, the song Solsbury Hill was a revelation for me. From the starting moments of the song: my heart races. I am reminded of clouds making their daily progress across the sky, and of the progress that we too must make to get through our lives. …Read More
By Violet Webster Two months ago, most of my school days consisted of the same routine. Wake up at 6:30, drink coffee, make the forty-five-minute drive from my house in Chardon to Shaker Heights where I would start my day working at Prime Before School Club. I would then run from the Prime music room…Read More