Afghanistan’s “most perilous hour”

Sophie Echternach | Writer September 17, 2021 In the last few months, Afghanistan has experienced immense suffering. Beginning in August, the Taliban rose to power, conquering the capital city of Kabul and ousting the US-backed […]

Remembering the 20th anniversary of 9/11

Talie Folsom | A&E Editor September 17, 2021 The nation came together in order to pay tribute on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, most notably with a large gathering in New York and, most commonly, […]

SCHS students flock to protest of rape culture

Aaron Velez | News Editor & Coco Meyerhofer | Writer September 10, 2021 Last week, students organized a protest against rape culture following a social media outbreak of allegations of sexual misconduct between two SCHS […]

Biden’s climate corps met with criticism

    Gisele Brandt | Head Editor May 31, 2021 With climate change being on the forefront of many people’s minds, President Biden has brought that focus to the federal government with his $6 trillion […]

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