Summer Photo Contest

By Alley Keresztesy It was hard to choose just a few winners out of so many awesome submissions, but here they are! Congratulations to those that won!   Honorable Mentions: McKenna Ritter: Untitled… Continue reading

Pop Culture Chats with the College Office

By Lexi Anderson Although Mrs. Visioni was not present for this interview, Dr. McCue and Mrs. Tramer speak on her behalf.   The stellar College Office has just finished sending this year’s seniors… Continue reading

B.Y.E. 2015

By Sunny Roy This end of this school year is fast approaching, and as the Class of 2015 anxiously waits to be seniors, some teachers have given advice to them to make the… Continue reading

Favorite Moments of 13/14 School Year

By Sue Roy

iMagine Film Festival: Recap

By Brady Furlich Some declared it “wonderful.” Others called it a “success.” Maria Alvarez, an aspiring teen filmmaker, put it in a more complex way: an “opportunity for filmmakers coming out of Northeast… Continue reading

The 411 on “Team 2399”

By Sam Keum Let’s be honest, when was the last time you heard anything about The Fighting Unicorns (For those of you who do not know by now, that is the name of… Continue reading

What Can I do with My Summer?

By Li Stebner Believe it or not, it is almost May. It seems that spring break, or continuation of winter break depending on if you judge vacations by the weather, has come and… Continue reading

Freedom Revoked (Or really?): Structured Free Periods for Underclassmen

By: Emily Amjad Those fifty minutes really do fly by when chatting in the student center or laying around in the hallway during a free period. But if used efficiently, fifty minutes of… Continue reading

How to Survive Freshman Year

By Gigi Protasiewicz Going through freshman year I’ve had countless late nights, long days, essays to write, tests to study for, and other assignments and projects to juggle. In doing so, I have… Continue reading

Greatest Fear of Senior Year

By Madeleine Schroedel We all know just how intimidating the seniors can be, but once we warm up to them, we realize how much scarier it would be if we were them. All… Continue reading