Private space travel

Nathan Baldwin, Editor

May 16, 2019

In recent years, the world has been amazed by the numerous launches of the reusable rockets of private space companies, such as the recent test launch of a Dragon II capsule capable of flying astronauts by SpaceX or the numerous test ...

Duck and Cover becomes the new norm for schools

Grace Bobel, Editor

May 16, 2019

Duck and Cover, the sing-song symbol for the United States of the cold-war era. From post-war 1940s until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the threat of atomic apocalypse loomed over the heads of citizens, most espec...

Female Superheroes Inspire Youth

Caroline Stoll, Editor

May 16, 2019

Friday, March 8 marked the release of a new superhero movie, Captain Marvel. What makes this movie so special isn't the intense fighting or the triumphant music, or even the fact that it's a Marvel superhero movie. No, what ma...

Student field trips provide value

Nathan Baldwin, Editor

May 14, 2019

The senior year is often viewed as a time when seniors routinely leave school and miss class. This pattern is often criticized under the belief that time not spent in class is detrimental to the seniors who are missing. Ho...

New Diversity in Congress

Grace Bobel, Editor

February 22, 2019

The recent midterm elections proved to be decisive for the Democratic party as they took the majority of seats in the House of Representatives, leaving more power for the party to pose resistance to policies set forth by Presid...

Buzzfeed being a buzzkill

Nathan Baldwin, Editor

February 22, 2019

For those who are not active on the internet or have managed to avoid the dominating online presence of Buzzfeed, here is a quick introduction to catch you up. Buzzfeed is a left leaning media company who posts celebrity news, fun a...

Taking a Knee to Take a Stand: Just Do It

Antonio Watkins, Editor

October 12, 2018

Another year another knee, Colin Kaepernick remains steadfast on his civil protest and in doing so he secured a major deal with Nike, proving that when you do the right thing good things happen to you. Not everyone is on b...

South focuses on R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Caroline Stoll, Editor

October 12, 2018

On Aug. 16 civil rights activist and queen of soul Aretha Franklin died. Her impact and talent in music will long be remembered; just as, her hit song “Respect”, which serves as a reminder to us of something we often forget...

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