Winners and Losers of NFL Free Agency

Lucas Rapeepat | Guest Writer March 25, 2021 While the offseason may not be the most entertaining spectacle that many football fans enjoy, true enthusiasts know that it is the time of year that separates […]

Senior spotlight: John Koenigshofer

  Savannah Gresham | Writer March 26, 2021 They say that innovation distinguishes a leader from a follower. As the founder of the Alternate History Club, an outstanding member of the advanced choir ensemble in […]

Why David Dobrik is being canceled

Kate Hedger | Head Editor  March 26, 2021  One of the most famous influencers and YouTubers on the internet, David Dobrik, has found himself in hot water as allegations come forward that he was complicit […]

Theme parks will reopen soon

Danielle Generaux | Student Life Editor March 26, 2021 The news has finally come that amusement parks are allowed to open back up at limited capacity. April 1 is the official date that theme parks […]

Study Tips for the AP tests

Sosie Casteel | A&E Editor March 26, 2021 With AP tests around the corner, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed or unprepared. Classes and curriculum have definitely been different this year, and AP testing has been […]

This April, don’t light it up blue

Jill Greene | Head Editor March 25, 2021 April is popularly known as “Autism Awareness Month,” a time designated to bring awareness to autistic stories, communities, and individuals. People might feel inclined to show their […]

Ten killed in Boulder shooting

Mia Costales | News Editor March 26, 2021 On March 22, ten people were shot and killed at King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colorado when perpetrator, Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, opened fire on shoppers […]

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