Student Life

How Students Have Coped During The Covid Summer

Kayla Martin, Staff Reporter

October 15, 2020

Out of all the things to go wrong and in 2020, it had to have been the global pandemic known as Covid-19. Not only were students required to stay inside for the rest of their school year, but the entire summer break as well. St...

Invest In The Future

Tess Howicz, Staff Reporter

June 5, 2020

Thousands of people have lost their only source of income in a span of weeks due to the lockdown. Although the government has been trying to help by giving out stimulus checks, for some it's still not enough to survive. Junior A...

Activities To Do During Quarantine

Tess Howicz, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2020

The online school year has finally come to an end. However, COVID-19 is still a rampant problem in America and many summer activities have been cancelled or postponed due to the virus. Most students will be stuck at home for the m...

Insidious Internet

Staff Editorial

May 24, 2017

When teenagers get home from school, one of the first things they do is log onto Facebook and look through their feed, posting, liking, commenting and then, watching. Although posted videos usually show mind-blowing facts or hilarious...

Nature of Nepal

Alyssa Ochoa, Reporter

May 24, 2017

  When they landed in Nepal for the first time, junior Jonathan Baker and his father arrived in the capital, Kathmandu. Despite the constant bustling of people and hectic first impression, Baker focused on the culture as he w...

Promoting Their Presence

Mikaela Alvarez, Reporter

May 24, 2017

Expo marker in hand, junior and GSA president Haley Crane stands at the front of the classroom, directing the conversation. Meanwhile, giggles fill the room as students pull out blank papers, writing utensils and particip...

Ultimate Alliance

Tyler Chasteen, reporter

February 28, 2017

A room full of students of every different race and culture surround senior club president Jasmine Bray. Sitting around a table, the students talk about anything ranging from their own cultures to even race as a whole, but their...

Gaming Gurus

Tyler Chasteen, reporter

February 26, 2017

Most students would classify people who enjoy video games as “nerd” or “geek." However, the Trading Card Game club members simply don’t care about that. They huddle around desks, facing one another, with cards of all types...

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