Parking passes: follow the money

Clara Helm | Head Editor February 7, 2021 At SCHS, all it takes is a simple $100 handover for the honor of having a glorious main parking lot spot. You won’t even mind having to […]

Why we should all be Ed Sheeran fans

Brooklyn Staab | Publicity Manager January 22, 2021 Ed Sheeran is one of the most commonly teased men in the industry today. What we often overlook is how brilliant his music truly is and all […]

President Joe Biden’s plans in office

  Ben Meyler | Writer January 24, 2021 On Wednesday, January 20, the United States welcomed Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States. These last four years came with many broken promises and […]

Pardon me, Mr. President

Reaghan Mulligan | Opinion Editor January 24, 2021 The President of the United States’ ability to pardon charged or to-be charged citizens deemed “worthy of forgiveness” was first exercised by George Washington in 1795. Found […]

What Measure 110 means for the “War on Drugs”

Mia Costales | News Editor  December 9, 2020 The state of Oregon has recently passed Measure 110, which decriminalizes the possession of illegal drugs including cocaine, heroin, oxycodone, and methamphetamine. This measure will make it […]

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