Gender reveals: tales of idiocracy

Austin Ashizawa | Student Life Editor November 5, 2021 Fire. Death. Destruction. What do these atrocities all share in common? Gender reveal parties. Ranging from quaint pink and blue puffs of smoke to towering fires […]

#FreeBritney movement update

Brooklyn Staab | Student Life Editor & Publicity Manager   October 15, 2021 The #freebritney movement has been around for quite some time, but due to widespread public attention, the case has finally moved forward, and […]

Should Columbus be celebrated?

Amy Parr | Head Editor October 15, 2021 “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” This classic poem evokes serene waters and crisp linen sails, romanticizing the sentiment surrounding Christopher Columbus’s fateful journey across the […]

Social media outage causes outrage

Aaron Velez | News Editor October 7, 2021 On Monday, multiple major messaging and social media organizations shut down for several hours, blocking key communication around the globe. Between the major services shut down, including […]

SCHS COVID-19 exposure regulations: fair or faulty?

Nicolle Generaux | Arts and Entertainment Editor October 9, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a lot from students, including extracurricular activities. Sports, dances, concerts, school trips—many of these can be the highlight of the […]

1 2 3 29