Cursive: an art from the past?

    Tyler Pearce | Head Editor February 29, 2024 The place of cursive writing in school curriculum has become a considerable debate. Proponents argue for its benefits and historical significance, while opponents suggest it may […]

New chocomania collection at Krispy Kreme

Olivia Vergopia | Head Editor February 27, 2024 Calling all chocolate lovers: Hershey’s has partnered with Krispy Kreme to create the “chocolatiest creations ever.” Who doesn’t love a fresh, hot doughnut from Krispy Kreme? For a […]

Why are Temu’s prices so low?

  Jordyn Banks | Writer February 21, 2023 During the Super Bowl commercials, you may have seen a brand promoted called Temu with the catchphrase, “Shop Like a Billionaire.” The brand spent millions of dollars […]

Overview of public school food options

  Gracie Reynolds | Writer February 15, 2024 Since many students do not bring a lunch or any food to school, they usually rely on getting snacks from the school cafeteria or the vending machines […]

Is it bad to bully celebrities?

Sophie Rapeepat | Head Editor February 14, 2024 Celebrities aren’t real people. They live in a world so publicized and glamorous that their lives couldn’t possibly be anything like ours. It’s true that making your […]

Best spring break destinations of 2024

Carly Altman | Writer February 15, 2024 A spring break vacation is the perfect opportunity to get away from school and travel to new, exciting places around the world. While it may seem a bit […]

Percy Jackson and the Olympians review

Jordyn Banks | Writer February 8, 2024 Over a decade ago, two adaptations of Rick Riordan’s best-selling books The Lightning Thief and Sea of Monsters performed poorly at the box office, leaving fans and Riordan […]

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