• Congratulations Jacob Blauvelt!

    Congratulations Jacob Blauvelt!

    Ashley Gutierrez, Editor

    October 11, 2018

    About three weeks ago, seniors were put up to the task to write the lyrics for our schools Alma Mater. Yesterday, our winner was announced. A special congratulations goes to Jacob Blauvelt! Jacob is very excited about this honor. He stated, “It’s...

  • The Worst of Its Kind

    The Worst of Its Kind

    Matthew McGovern, Editor

    October 10, 2018

    “The Worst of Its Kind”  Hurricane Michael is now a category 4 hurricane and has been looming in the Gulf of Mexico for the past week. Now, it threatens to slam into the Florida panhandle. Any hurricane presents significant danger to those tha...

  • Sleep Deprived

    Sleep Deprived

    Jackson Michels, Reporter

    September 15, 2018

    For adolescents, sleep is a major necessity for development, mental health, and overall well-being. According to the National Sleep Foundation, teens need eight to ten hours of sleep each night to function effectively and properly, though studies show...

  • The Life of John McCain

    The Life of John McCain

    Matthew McGovern, Editor

    September 7, 2018

    When someone in government passes away, it’s normally reported on national television, and local news for a few days, the flags are lowered to half mast for a few days most places, and after that, the country just carries on regularly with no legitimate...

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ASLebration 2018

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National Junior Honor Society Induction Photos

National Junior Honor Society Induction Photos

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Lauren Stallworth, Editor | October 19, 2018

As a student, the week of district quarterlies is a stressful one. Not only are they given the last week of the quarter, (which is a students’ busiest and most crucial time), but they are an emotionally draining experience. However, this isn’t the case for students alone. District quarterlies also put a huge burden on teachers and administration. While we’re studying and taking the test, teachers...

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Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | September 25, 2018

The sky appears blue, grass appears green, and a lemon appears yellow. This does not change the fact that color is an illusion. Color as we know it does not exist in the outside world beyond us as gravity and atoms do. Instead, color is formed inside our heads. Our brains convert a certain range of the electromagnetic spectrum into color. We can measure the wavelength of radiation but we cannot observe...

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September 21, 2018

If the wounds in their hearts, and the bruises on their souls, and the burdens they all carry, if they were all to show up as battle scars on their flesh, you wouldn’t be able to recognize their mutilated faces. You’d run and scream, “Monster!” For those who aren’t familiar with emotional abuse, it is, well, abuse; extremely painful, harmful, and scarring abuse, but it doesn’t involve...

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Manahil Wajid, Reporter | July 14, 2018

I close my eyes, letting the darkness swallow me whole. It leaves me with angst that no one can console. The shadows lurking around leave me trembling in fear, Suddenly, the sheer darkness and arrant silence becomes too much to bear. A flicker of white light gives me hope Yet, I can’t break free from darkness’ unyielding rope. Everything seems to be astoundingly unreal But, deep down...

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Manahil Wajid, Reporter | April 27, 2018

The haunting melody Of the blood-curdling screams of these children Who are running for their lives echo in my ears. Those bloodshot eyes, That watch their friends Drift faraway from the light of life. Resurface in my dreams and surround me. Forever. Their questioning gazes ask you: Who has made our abode so murderous? Can anyone answer me? Where should we go? Where can we find our safe...

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