Super Bowl Preview

By: Lewis Ahola | Sports Editor January 31, 2018 Once again the New England Patriots are in the Super Bowl. Instead of playing against some big name team, the Patriots are playing against the underdogs, […]

Teacher of the Year: Mr. Brown

By Zoe Day | News Editor January 31, 2018 When we look back on our high school careers, the teachers who supported us in our academic and personal endeavors will stand out the most. Their authenticity and passion […]

Upper Campus is Gone. What’s Next?

By: Chloe Rudnicki | Editor in Chief January 15th, 2017 Last June, freshmen trudged down the infamous hill for the last time as the upper campus classrooms were relegated to a simple ghost town on […]

Glide Into 2018 With SkateFit

By: Lucy Terry | Student Life EditorJanuary 18th, 2018 If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to exercise more, but the thought of heading to the gym sends a shudder down your spine, consider […]

Creative Writing – “A Violet Hour”

By: Sydney Belden | Guest Student Writer January 22, 2018 The clock struck four. The gray violets on her windowsill joylessly nodded downward. Her eyes were slaves to her Mind, catechized to remain open while […]

How Do You Define Racism?

By, Gavin Kelleher-Marciello | Editor in Chief January 17, 2018 Over generations, Americans have been a persistent force in the shifts and transformations of our nation. As a country bustling with diversity, we are a product of […]

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