Students Love to Have a New Pair of Shoes for the School Year

Students Love to Have a New Pair of Shoes for the School Year

Max Brogdon, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Students love to have a new pair of shoes for the school year because they want something brand new o...

Senioritis Gets the Best of A.I. Seniors

Jonaei Ellerbe, Co-Editor in Chief/Sports Editor

September 28, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Is your last year of high school taking forever to end? Not wanting to get up in the morning or finish homework? Teachers being overwhelmingly persistent? Sounds like you have a classic case of senioritis. "I'm Bahaia Wilkins and I suffer from severe senioritis," Wilkins, senior joked. "I have no desire to still be in high school anymore an...

Senior Highlights

Jonaei Ellerbe, Staff Reporter/Sports Editor

May 25, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The school year is rapidly coming to an end, but it feels like we’re still in August. We have 21 more days until summer vacation and I can’t wait! However, this is the BIG countdown for the senior class. They have four days until prom and 19 days until graduation. Some of the students can’t wait to walk across the stage....

Earth Day

Earth Day

Anyah Ryan, Opinions

May 3, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Earth Day. A day when we celebrate the Earth and the environment and what it means to people worldwi...

Adults need to understand the pressure of high school

Jonaei Ellerbe, Sports Editor/Staff Reporter

May 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The high school experience is highly underestimated. There’s drama to overcome, teachers to tolerate, work that’s due, 90 minute classes, administrators who won’t quit, and lunch that tastes like jail food. Pretty much every adult diminishes the infuriating four years of a teenager’s life: high school. Drama in high s...

Kanye West: Revisited

Kanye West: Revisited

Jan Castro, Copy Editor

April 7, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion, Showcase

Over a year and a half now, has passed since the publication of my colleague Cooper Tatman’s critically...

Universal energies create the world we live in

Max Brogdon, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

We all see different things everyday. But we never realize that specific incidents help the world advance. All the negative and positive energy that this world produces is used in several different ways. We use this energy to start something new, something productive, something that’s universal. We, as people, don’t realize ...

Every woman’s world, or just a white one?

Simone A. Scott, Feature Editor

March 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

   For hundreds of years black and white women have been held up to two different standards, and the racial divide is not limited to just black and white women. Hispanic women, Middle Eastern  women, Asian women, and so on, are included in double standards. One could argue that the white woman was seen as superior or fashion...

The negative side of getting political information from social media

The negative side of getting political information from social media

Lizzie deBrabander, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

With increased access to smartphones and social media, the internet is creating a generation of teens...

Who was behind the Oscars snafu?

Who was behind the Oscars snafu?

March 21, 2017

On February 26, Hollywood presented the 89th annual Academy Awards. At the end of the night, a confused...

Is Valentine’s Day a scam?

Is Valentine’s Day a scam?

Morgan Bond, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

When Valentine’s Day comes around there are two main reactions one can experience. There are the p...

Juniors awaiting up and coming senior year

Juniors awaiting up and coming senior year

Jonaei Ellerbe, Staff Reporter/Sports Editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Junior year is rapidly coming to an end. Not far behind, senior year quickly approaches. It is now the...

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