Ten Tips for Tackling this Term

Ellie Chandler, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

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Do not drink after other people. Illnesses such as the flu, strep, and a common cold can be spread by easily prevented actions such as sharing drinks and consequently, germs. If school is overwhelming now, missing a few school days a...

Not Walking on May 29? Sorry. Not Sorry.

Jasmine Johnson, Staff Writer

May 22, 2015

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As the 10:05 bell rang on May 21st releasing seniors from their final high school exam and signifying their last moments of high school, seniors flocked the parking lot, ready to enjoy the day. However, instead of all seniors...

Why Your Vote May Not Matter

Megan Fowler, Staff Writer

January 16, 2015

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From our early school days, we’ve known that when we turn 18, we will have the right to vote. Voting is an integral part of what makes America what it is--- a country that values the input of its citizens. We elect officials...

Make Life Easier On Yourself: Choose Wisely

Salina Patel, Staff Writer

January 15, 2015

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Picking your schedule can be difficult. You have to decide between teachers you have never met and classes you have only heard rumors about, and when you are left to decide, the people around you are not capable of giving you adequate advice on the matter. Bas...

It is not a piece of cake

Salina Patel, Staff Writer

November 13, 2014

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“It is a piece of cake,” they said. “It will be the best year of your life,” they said. Well they lied. I thought it would be easy but it really isn't. Senior year is not a piece of cake and the first semester has proved...

Freshmen Face Obstacles

Jessica Phillips, Staff Writer

October 30, 2014

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This year, when the all "A" and all "A/B" honor roll lists went up in front of the media center, there was a noticeable difference when it came to the freshmen list. While the sophomores, juniors, and seniors each had a three...