New Law Proposes Schools to Start at 8:30

By: Ethan Jolly | Photographer/Multimedia September 10th, 2018 Imagine: it’s a Monday morning, you’re just waking up and getting out of bed, but instead of it being 6:30 in the morning, it’s 7:30. California lawmakers just […]

We Are the Silver Bullet for Climate Change

By: Jackson Hinkle | Writer The global temperature average is increasing, ocean temperatures and sea levels are rising, ice sheets are shrinking, glaciers are retreating, and extreme weather events are becoming all too normal. To […]

An Editor´s Farewell

By: Chloe Rudnicki | Editor in Chief May 25th, 2018 When I first trudged bleary-eyed into zero period newspaper three years ago, I didn’t know what to expect. I knew I loved to write and I […]

Journalism in the 21st Century

By: Gavin Kelleher-Marciello – Editor in Chief May 25, 2018 Some say journalists are a dying breed, slowly fizzling away with their dreary old newspapers, devoured by the digital age of the 21st century. In the […]

How to Find Your Passion

By: Sydney Burns | Writer May 24, 2018 For the past four years in high school, I struggled with “finding my passion” or what I love so much that I would want to do it […]

Prom 2018 Review – “Midnight in Manhattan”

By: Morgan Thomas | Opinion Editor   &   Courtney McDonald | Writer May 24, 2018 Although last year’s Titanic prom theme was extremely subpar at best, this disappointment was nothing compared to this years prom, which […]

The Posting POTUS: Where do we draw the line?

By: Morgan Thomas | Opinion Editor   &   Courtney McDonald | Writer May 24, 2018 With a new court ruling stating that President Trump cannot block critical users on his favorite social media platform, Twitter, a […]

A Woman’s Right to Choose

By: Savi Raghuraman | Student Life Editor & Lucy Terry | Student Life Editor May 9, 2018 While many anti-abortionists argue that from the moment of conception the unborn “child” deserves the same rights as […]

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