Student Poll – ISIS

By Alissa Roubison | Writer   &   Mac West | Writer October 7, 2014 First some background: ISIS is a growing major problem facing this world. ISIS stands for Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and […]

Go Go Into Fall – Fashion Column

October 2, 2014 Lyzy Adler | Writer, Photographer Grab your go go boots because we are swinging back into the 60s. New York Fashion Week has shown huge trends that are going back in time to […]

Ask Winter – Advice Column

Hi Winter, I’m really stressed out with the start of school. I already had 2 essays! How can I manage my time better so that I will be less stressed? Dear Stressed, The beginning of […]

Super Bowl XLVIII: Seahawks 43, Broncos 8

The Seattle Seahawks are Super Bowl champions for the first time after defeating the Broncos 43-8.  One of the best defenses in NFL history clashed with a prominent offense in Super Bowl XLVIII. The Denver […]

Shattered Fairy Tales

Every kid looks forward to growing up. They can’t wait to stop playing “house” and pretending to be a grown up. Kids want to be just like their parents and older siblings. They imagine driving […]

The Unseen Effects of Misusing “Retarded”

Below is a speech I wrote for my school’s anti-bullying assembly in seventh grade. It promotes awareness of the hate behind the word “retarded.”   Here’s a question that you probably know the answer to: […]

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