Cross Country Overview

By: Emma Esteves  When the bell rings at 3:19 every afternoon, everyone goes to their specific places. Some flee to the library, while others head out the door. There are the girls that lounge around the student center, and some who hang out in classrooms trying to finish last minute work. But, twenty-seven girls frantically…

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Melodrama Album Review Pt. 1

By. Hannah Saltz Green Light: Opening with a powerful echo and a strong piano presence, the first song on Lorde’s album Melodrama is about the past two years of her life.  Lorde talks about her previous relationship and how it allowed her to gain perspective about maturity and life. Sober: Lorde expresses raw and youthful…

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Advice for Sophomores

By Grace McCarthy The transition between freshman year and sophomore year is all too often overlooked. Sophomore year can prove to be much more physically and mentally demanding than freshman year and it is important to address these demands for what they are and further to make sure that, despite the increasing workload, you’re still…

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10.11

By. Leonela Serrano I’ve just been writing really little short stories, more like vignettes. They’re fictional but they’re inspired by what I’ve been going through and I try to capture really relatable moments. She stood alone in the bedroom wrapped in a yellow towel as the sunlight, that crept in from the window, cast an…

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