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Opinions

Stress and Time Managment

August 27, 2018 4:04pm | Arika Marshall, Kailey Shupe

During high school, students are often overwhelmed, stressed, and unorganized. This can cause many negative consequences such as worsening grades, lack of sleep, and missing assignments. Improper time management may be the culprit. “How,” you may ask, “do I manage my time more effectively?” Students […]

Why Reading is the Best

August 21, 2018 3:53pm | Sara Lazendy

You can read about anything. There are over 30 types of genres. Examples from Paranormal romance to nonfiction. The options are endless and because there are so many different things to read there is bound to be something you like.    You can take it anywhere. Unlike […]

Pros and X-Cons: A Review of Ant Man and the Wasp

August 14, 2018 3:39pm | Emma Willes

Warning: MAJOR Spoilers Ahead! Ant Man and the Wasp is the most recent addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and, in my opinion, one of the best. The events of the movie take place while the rest of our favorite superheroes fight off our least […]

Censorship in Schools

August 9, 2018 2:54pm | Jaqueline Rios

Schools have gotten to the point where websites, books, and certain languages are prohibited due to the reproach of many parents. Censorship has escalated in popularity to change school district rules and regulations affecting traditional lesson plans for students throughout the nation. Classic novels such […]

Should schools hold students responsible for actions committedoff campus?

May 17, 2018 3:48pm | Selena Haggerty

     As many of you know, countless occurrences of students performing misdemeanors happen on campus. Many of us witness them with our own eyes, other times, these accounts happen behind closed doors; students performing illegal behaviors, making racist remarks, and often times, they are […]