A Tragedy in St. Petersburg

By Annie Lewandowski As the year progresses, it seems every day is filled with news of another act of terror or hate crime coming to pass, wrecking the lives of many innocent civilians. A bombing in the metro system of St. Petersburg, Russia in early April was the most recent example of yet another fear-mongering... Continue Reading →

Circuses and Cruelty (And Beyond)

By: Camryn Parsons Definition of a circus: A traveling company of acrobats, trained animals, and clowns that give performances, typically in a large tent, in a series of different places. Definition of a circus: Cruelty. Abuse. Torture. Pain. Ignorance. Suffering. Definition of a circus: Lies. Circuses have been embellished and developed as a popular theme... Continue Reading →

Dear Sophomores…

Dear Sophomores, (Almost) welcome to the best year of high school, at least in my opinion. Junior year will be hard and tiring. The transition is easy, and the teachers are amazing. You’ll begin your college search and choose classes for your final year of high school. Around May, the lasts will begin. Your last... Continue Reading →

Freshman Year Recap

By: Amy Howarth From being a brand new freshman, coming from a different middle school, to almost being a sophomore I have realized that freshman year was a whirl wind. There are so many things us freshman have learned from the upper classmen. We have also made so many positive memories with the upper classmen... Continue Reading →

May Crossword

By Regina Egan With the US government and politics in a frenzy, here's a judicial branch-themed crossword to quell any concerns you may have about the state of the union! Scroll down for solutions. ACROSS 1. Direction before adding powdered sugar in recipes 4. Athena's mom 8. Texter's adios, abbr. 11. Rita ___ 13. Talking dog in Up 15. Relating... Continue Reading →

Middle School Slime Obsession

By: Alex Garrow The slime sensation is rocking the nation. Instagram is filled to the brim with images and videos of the gooey obsession and anyone with a younger sibling knows what it’s like to find it stuck in various places around their house. This seemingly simple trend that comes in all colors, textures, shapes... Continue Reading →

People Trump Has Fired While Being President

By: Alia Baig Sally Yates: Sally Yates was appointed as United States Deputy Attorney General by President Obama in 2015. She was the first woman to hold the position and the Trump administration had asked her to stay, so it was surprising that she was fired in late January. Mike Flynn: National Security Advisor Mike Flynn... Continue Reading →

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