Week one: the trial of Derek Chauvin

Amy Parr | Head Editor April 6, 2021 Ten months after the murder that sparked protests across the globe, the police officer responsible for George Floyd’s death finally faces trial.  Derek Chauvin, former police officer, […]

Watergate scandal mastermind dies

Seth Hahn | Writer April 2, 2021 Gordon Liddy, a mastermind behind the Watergate burglary, a war veteran and former FBI agent, died at age 90 on Tuesday. His son, Thomas Liddy, confirmed his death […]

Biden’s new infrastructure plan

  Gisele Brandt | Head Editor April 2, 2021 President Joe Biden introduced his $2 trillion infrastructure plan this week. The plan addresses transportation, water, internet, electric, homes, schools, buildings, workforce, and innovation. Biden says […]

The new hybrid model

Mirca Gomez | Writer April 2, 2021 Wednesday night, Superintendent Kirsten Vital Brulte sent out an email confirming the rumors about going to school four times a week. The email said that starting April 26, […]

The Suez Canal Crisis

Reaghan Mulligan | Opinion Editor April 1, 2021 Sizing at 1,300 feet long, the Japanese container ship, The Ever Given, is one of the world’s largest shipment vessels. On a voyage from China to Europe, […]

SCHS’ first Earth Day art contest

Eden Milligan | Head Editor 31 March 2021 Calling all artists! There is an upcoming art contest open to all SCHS students due on April 16. You can sign up now by scanning  the QR […]

The Legacy of Taylor Swift

Clara Helm | Head Editor April 2, 2020 Taylor Swift is anything but an ordinary musical success. She has forever changed the face of music for our generation, delving into a host of genres and […]

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