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Summer opportunities are a must

Staff Editorial

May 2, 2019

As the school year winds down and schedules start to clear up, suddenly there comes the need to fill some free time during the summer. While it may seem tempting to be lazy and lay around for a majority of the summer, filling...

Social media programs us

Staff Editorial

April 22, 2019

Generation Z, people born from mid ‘90s to early 2000’s, have been told to “watch out for social media.” But what does that phrase mean? Watching out for social media could mean not following inappropriate pages or...

Take the time to learn

Staff Editorial

March 10, 2019

Technological developments of recent years have made our gadgets increasingly central to our lives. We have taken smartphones, tablets, computers, and game consoles and all the other bits of technology in our everyday lives for...

Senioritis encourages idleness, prevents strong work ethic

Staff Editorial

February 2, 2019

When people talk about final semester senior year, they usually think of smooth sailing and cruising without a care in the world. Most have gotten accepted into a college; thus, they think their jobs are done, not giving much...

The United State needs criminal justice reform

December 17, 2018

The United States is not the land of the free. According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), there are 2.1 million people in American prisons, more than anywhere else in the world. The ACLU also states that Amer...

Myth Busted: Deadlines exist

Staff Editorial

September 30, 2018

It often feels like deadlines have become a thing of the past. In a time long ago, if something was due, it was actually due. If it didn’t get handed in, the score was zero. End of story, no questions asked. However, the shift t...

Expanding your network is important

Staff Editorial

September 22, 2018

In the last year, a number of professionals have come to the high school from political officials to authors, including the likes of Re-Center Race and Equity in Education Program Director Derek Hall and authors Chris Crutcher...

Interdisciplinary course offerings should increase, expand

Staff Editorial

September 16, 2018

American Studies Honors was introduced this year as a true interdisciplinary experience for students, combining two subjects, instructed by two teachers, covering the content and standards for two departments. We believe that...

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