Cancel Culture: is it effective?

Savannah Gresham | Writer March 5, 2021 Cancel culture has been a prevailing attitude in the Western zeitgeist since 2015. But have the people who have championed this digital boycotting really made the world a […]

Lack of transparency in U.S. airstrike on Syria

Eden Milligan | Head Editor March 5, 2021 Last week, the U.S. government initiated an airstrike targeting Iranian-backed militias in Syria. Biden justified this attack as “self-defense” in retaliation for rocket attacks that were directed […]

Holding Biden accountable

Mia Costales | News Editor March 5, 2021 In just the short time President Biden has been in office, he has deported hundreds of immigrants, gave up on passing a bill to raise the minimum […]

The #freebritney movement

Kate Hedger | Head Editor  March 4, 2021 I think it’s safe to say that every human who pays attention to pop culture knows the name Britney Spears. Love her, hate her, or love to […]

Grieving the 500,000 lives lost from covid

Amy Parr | Head Editor February 26, 2021 Last Monday, February 22, 2021, marked a grave day in the history of the United States. Over 500,000 Americans lost their lives in the fight against Covid-19. […]

Senior Spotlight: Nelson Tabarez

Savannah Gresham | Writer February 21, 2021 In the midst of a chaotic senior year, one outstanding Triton has managed to maintain his sense of adventure and positive attitude, despite the circumstances. A talented soccer […]

CDC releases new guidelines for opening schools

Jill Greene | Head Editor February 21, 2021 Last Friday, the Center of Disease Control (CDC) released new guidelines regarding fully reopening schools. The “operational strategy,” as the CDC calls it, serves to compliment already […]

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