Sleep, School, and Anxiety

Alexandra Watson, Reporter

November 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Anxiety and lack of sleep are both extremely important issues we are facing in the modern world; issues that can be treated separately, but they may also be connected. Recently, scientists have discovered that there may be a link...

Working Hard Isn’t Enough

Cassidy Middleton and Kamryn Booker

November 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion

From a very young age, we are taught how to follow rules and how to succeed. We are dispersed by the levels of maturity and skill sets before we are even capable of mental comprehension. We are held accountable to reach impossibly...

School dress code is a hot topic, how do you feel about dress code?

Laila Wilson and Skylar Lindsay

November 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Although there are many different opinions on dress code, it is enforced for a reason. Dress code creates a more serious school setting. Dress code teaches students to respect themselves and how to present a more formal appearance...

A Historic Hearing

Matthew McGovern, Editor

September 27, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

September 27th marks a date in which a woman will testify in front of a Senate Judiciary Committee, on grounds of sexual assault, regarding a potential nominee. Christine Blasey Ford came forward accusing Supreme Court nominee...

The Pressure that College Admissions have on Students

Brian Sanchez, Reporter

September 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The season of college applications and entrance exams has begun, driving juniors/seniors across the nation to strive for high test scores, all in the hopes of being recognized as extraordinary candidates. ACT and SAT are two high...

Hurricane Season Is in Full Force

Paige O'Hara, Reporter

September 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

How can we help? How can you help? What can we do? This is serious. Hurricane Florence is no joke. If you haven't been up to date with the news here are some updates. According to CBS news, 37 people died due to storm-related tragedie...

Take A Stand and Kneel

Janijah Hill, Reporter

September 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion

As most people know, Nike has made former NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, the face for their 30th anniversary of the “Just Do It” ad campaign. Soon after the release of the ad, customers who were angry with the message...

Op-Ed Thoughts

Matthew McGovern, Editor

September 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Throughout all levels of social media, and journalism in the 21st century, people have begged for more transparency of what happens in the government. Many news outlets have publicized events that may have previously confined...


February 26, 2018

Things that Inspire Us

Hannah Clark, Reporter

December 8, 2017

Filed under Opinion

To inspire means to motivate, encourage. To fill someone with a strong urge or special ability to do, act upon, or feel something; especially to strive to do something creative and unique. Anything can inspire. Whether it be a p...

It’s NOT a Joke

Ashley Gutierrez, Editor

November 15, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As a high school student, you hear a lot. Things you never knew, never wanted to know, or things no one should ever even say. Autism is used to offend students these days. Many students even use phrases along the lines of "I'm...

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