Goodbye, Class of 2022

Amy Parr | Head Editor May 24, 2022 I remember the first day of freshman year like it was yesterday. Walking into Mr. Wilson’s first period Honors Biology, I immediately felt like the smallest fish […]

Ms. Dutton: a pinnacle of kindness

Sofia Sipelis | Opinion Editor May 26, 2022 Known for her charisma, charm, and passion for English, Ms. Dutton is a fan favorite English teacher on campus. Whether it’s her vivacious smile or how she […]

Shuffling the deck: 2022 NFL draft

Ben Cooper | Sports Editor & Lucas Rapeepat | Head Editor May 16, 2022 In the wake of the 2022 NFL draft, fans and analysts have scrutinized teams’ picks, predicting which rookies will break out […]

Consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade

Jack Wolfsohn | News Editor May 15, 2022 Roe v. Wade‘s possible overturning took over headlines, putting forth a scary precedent for the future of sexual rights and freedoms. The idea that women’s rights are […]

Met Gala 2022: Kim Kardashian wears history

Talie Folsom | A&E Editor May 5, 2022 As the 2022 Met Gala red carpet filled with gems, long dress trains, and intricate ensembles from the world’s best designers, archival vintage history also appeared courtesy […]

Netflix is cracking down on shared passwords

Robert Schumacher | Writer Netflix surprised users last week by announcing that they will finally start to crack down on users sharing accounts. The company has already started a test of this feature in Peru, […]

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