Why you shouldn’t drive to school

Robert Schumacher | Writer January 21, 2022 A typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year, which is over 50% of an average household’s annual CO2 emissions. This means that […]

Euphoria returns with a bang

Amy Parr | Head Editor January 14, 2022 Euphoria premiered over two years ago and shocked its primarily teenaged audience with an overwhelming prevalence of graphic nudity and drug use. The show revolves around Rue, […]

Looking inward and onward to 2022

Sosie Casteel | Head Editor December 10, 2021 We have learned a lot over the last couple of years with challenge after challenge. With a new variant threatening our peace once again, we can only […]

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 […]

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