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Nothing can go wrong on a magical night

Nothing can go wrong on a magical night

Nancy Beston, Photo/Design editor

January 30, 2019


Filed under OPINION

Every teenage student talks about how beautiful and magical a night called Prom is. They talk about it, as if it is the best night of their high school life. They dress up all fancy like and use these silky materials to cloak away any problems in their lives. They get to go into this magical alternate u...

Worlds Beyond Me

Worlds Beyond Me

Abby Tucker, Outside Writer

January 30, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

I believe in worlds beyond my own. I’m not talking about aliens or the billions of planets in our universe either. As a kid, in first grade, my mind was full of thoughts. I thought about all sorts of things, story time, puppies, and about what to play on the playground. They are simple thoughts that p...

All I really needed to know I learned with a 30 mm lens

All I really needed to know I learned with a 30 mm lens

Nancy Beston, Photo Editor

January 29, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

Anything I need to know, to love and to cherish my life, I have learned by holding a camera. I have realized that not everything is going to be perfect, but there is still beauty in everything. I also learned an abundance of other information, here are some of the beautiful discoveries I came across...

My Three Lessons

My Three Lessons

Quinn Soltesz, Entertainment/Features editor

January 29, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

I believe that everything can be learned through the power of literature. Obviously, it is true that in theory, a person could learn everything about any topic by reading a textbook or Wikipedia, but that is not my point. Learning is more than just factual information; it is acquiring insight into th...

I Believe in Rock and Roll

I Believe in Rock and Roll

Jackson Howell, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

Music is the great equalizer. Everything can be fixed by music. Art brings the world together. It’s not exactly true, but it works. For the better part of my life I’ve been living with the music that my parents have chosen for me. My tastes really developed out of a mould. When I got a bit older...

The Roses Amongst the Weeds

The Roses Amongst the Weeds

Jayla Mitchell, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

Despite the horrendous terrorism all around the world, the cold and brutal killings of innocent people for unjustifiable reasons, the disgusting murderers and rapists that haven’t been caught and continue to exploit their defenseless victims, and the disturbing acts of violence inspired by who kno...

A Date with the Waves

A Date with the Waves

Gloria Baldevia, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under What We Believe

When I was younger, my mother would often bring me every first break of the daylight along the shores of the ocean. I could remember it being as peaceful as being alone in a secluded room.  Jumping around and trying to play catch with the waves, my mother would always tell me that it’s best for me...

What is it like to be multilingual

Gloria Baldevia, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019


Filed under OPINION

When a substitute teacher I had in my Chemistry class brought up the topic of learning Tagalog (a language in the Philippines) when he was younger, he pointed at me and emphasized how I knew exactly what he was talking about. Surprised and impressed, my classmates immediately asked if I could speak a few ...

A week of journalism in Washington D.C.

Callan Garner, Social Media Manager

November 28, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Specifically remembering the time I was publicly laughed at for wanting to volunteer in Thailand was the moment I solidified my want to change the world. I had just opened myself up, talking about the passion I had to volunteer overseas, and was only met with a burst of laughter and a quote I will nev...

Allowing students to be late would benefit all

Sophie Kluge, News/Opinion editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under OPINION

Waking up at 6:30 a.m. was no problem for me at the start of my senior year, but now, it’s getting to me. Leaving the warmth of my bed to shower and face the cold outdoors is repulsive to me, and then I think about the icy roads I’m about to face, and the idea becomes even more unattractive than bef...

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