Accountability at last

Amy Parr | Head Editor April 23, 2021 The world will not soon forget the horror it felt as it watched Derek Chauvin kneel on George Floyd’s neck on the sidewalk in Minneapolis in May […]

The rise of mass gun violence in America

Reaghan Mulligan | Opinion Editor April 22, 2021 Only 110 days into the new year, and America is beginning to face another epidemic—the exponential increase of mass shootings in such a short period of time. […]

Album Review: Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

Brooklyn Staab | Student Life Editor & Publicity Manager   April 14, 2021 Taylor Swift’s “big break” into the music industry all started with her second album, Fearless, a county pop album. Her fan base […]

SCHS’ first Earth Day art contest

Eden Milligan | Head Editor 31 March 2021 Calling all artists! There is an upcoming art contest open to all SCHS students due on April 16. You can sign up now by scanning  the QR […]

The Legacy of Taylor Swift

Clara Helm | Head Editor April 2, 2020 Taylor Swift is anything but an ordinary musical success. She has forever changed the face of music for our generation, delving into a host of genres and […]

Happy anniversary, quarantine!

Amy Parr | Head Editor March 22, 2021 This time last year, students were happily celebrating their early spring break, or “coronacation,” as many called it. Little did they know that it would go on […]

The 2021 Grammys

  Brooklyn Staab | Student Life Editor   March 21, 2021 The Grammys are a cultural phenomena that almost everyone looks forward to watching. These awards are considered to be the most prestigious of awards […]

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