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  • February 2602/22/20 - Jonah Kopecky places 4th at Sectionals for Boys' Diving, advances to State

Learning different versions of history leads to a divided country

Anika Canamedi, In-depth Editor

March 5, 2020

In 1954, an unanimous decision by the Supreme Court outlawed school segregation. The landmark court case, Brown v Board of Education, decreed “separate” is not "equal.” Yet, 66 years since that ruling, segregation has mo...

Coronavirus is not an excuse to be racist

Jill Anthony, A&E Editor

March 3, 2020

As the coronavirus continues spreading, so has the racism behind it. The East Asian community has faced countless discriminatory jokes and xenophobic memes. While people nowadays tend to turn to the internet to find informatio...

Staff Editorial: Intentional thinking over irrational action

February 27, 2020

“I’m lowkey scared to eat from this Chinese Place because what if one of them is affected by Coronavirus,” one person tweeted on Feb 7, mimicking the fear of many others.  This tweet is just one of the examples of th...

Master Facility Plan should do more to fix elevators

Andrew Thompson, News Editor

February 26, 2020

Despite all the recent progress made on the massive Master Facility Plan, there has been little to no talk of how the current elevator system will be improved. As someone who was recently on crutches, I find this frustrating,...

Head-to-Head: TikTok is fun and creates a sense of community

Hailey Grubich, Feature Editor

January 15, 2020

Out of all the social media apps, TikTok should be the least of our worries. While most platforms are used to showcase only the glamorous parts of our lives, TikTok allows us to take a comedic, inclusive, and non-judgmental a...

Head-to-Head: TikTok is a waste of time

Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief

January 15, 2020

Ah, yes. TikTok: the mind-numbing, humorless, time-consuming new social media platform taking our generation by storm. The app’s monumental popularity is a bit odd to me, mostly due to the fact that it just doesn’t seem to ...

‘Happy Holidays’ is the more inclusive phrase

Jill Anthony, A&E Editor

December 9, 2019

When I was in elementary school, we would always have a “holiday sing-along” the day before going on winter break. The whole school would gather in the gym and we would sing many diverse types of holiday songs, ranging from ...

Staff Editorial: Red Ribbon speaker wins over student body

October 23, 2019

Motivational speaker Eddie Slowikowski fired up the crowd last Wednesday. Slowikowski, an energetic individual, discussed pivotal moments in his life that shaped him into the man he is today, using his experience, knowledge, and ...