Disney remakes fail to impress

Caden Moe, Opinion Editor

February 12, 2020

"We don't make movies to make money. We make movies to make movies"- Walt Disney

School shootings must end

Marika McGill, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2020

For the days that followed, the public would be in outrage. ‘Never again,’ they would say. Yet, here we are, two years and hundreds of deaths later, and school shootings are as prevalent as ever.

SAGE comforts students

SAGE comforts students

December 12, 2019

RAMP’s beneficial mentorship takes too long

Adam Syed, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2019

I think that the intentions of the program are clearly for the good of students because their goal is to educate the freshmen, but the execution of this is not the best because there might be some flaws in the program.

BlendEd stirs up learning

Isaiah Mendez, Design Editor

November 1, 2019

Picture this: a class where you don’t have to be in the class. You are allowed to walk the halls and study for a class in a different location of the school. Can you imagine that? It sounds like something a school would...

Freshman offer differing opinions

Caden Moe & Isaiah Mendez, Opinion Editor & Design Editor

October 7, 2019

Many of us can attest that there are a wide variety of feelings that freshmen have about high school. What follows is a small glimpse of just some of these opinions.

School disciplinary rules not tough enough

May 17, 2019

Before we started writing this story, we had defined the problem as strong tolerance from the school for misconduct by students, but after conducting interviews with school personnel and doing research, it has become clear to us that the actual problem is that the school system has surrendered to extremely lenient procedures when it comes to punishing students.

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