Vigilance on violence

Molly Murch, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018

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Following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting, nationwide marches and walkouts sprouted up, and the heated debate on how to go about preventing school violence emerged in our dinner table talks and throughout our twitter feed...

Planting The Facts

Lucy Tu, Opinions Editor

May 18, 2018

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  The war of plant versus meat has recently marched over to the battleground of everyday discussion. With strong arguments on both sides, debates on the pros and cons of plant-based diets have become as popular as they ...

“Bean” A Vegetarian

Aanya Agarwal, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

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People become (and remain) vegetarians for a multitude of reasons: religion, concern for animal rights, or simply because that’s the way they’ve been raised. “I was raised vegetarian by my family and when I was in sevent...

Anti-Gun Activism

Anti-Gun Activism

May 14, 2018

Securing the School

Leily Zhu, Editor-In-Chief

May 14, 2018

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The Parkland shooting has changed the nation. While some of the most obvious responses are seen through the marches and speeches of students all around the country, quieter responses can be observed in schools across the nation. “Safety...

Planting the Facts

Lucy Tu, Opinions Editor

May 14, 2018

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The war of plant versus meat has recently marched over to the battleground of everyday discussion. With strong arguments on both sides, debates on the pros and cons of plant-based diets have become as popular as they are divisive...

“BEAN” A Vegetarian

Aanya Agarwal, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018

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People become (and remain) vegetarians for a multitude of reasons: religion, concern for animal rights, or simply because that’s the way they’ve been raised. “I was raised vegetarian by my family and when I was in sevent...

Start of the shamrock

McKenzie Nelson, Features Editor

March 13, 2018

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St. Patrick’s Day is now a day of green, of leprechauns, and of luck. Today, we have all but forgotten the roots and reasons of the holiday. It all started when Saint Patrick went to Ireland. At the age of 16, Saint Patrick arrived in I...

Pain to perseverance

Haley Elder, In-Depth Editor

February 22, 2018

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“It’s not about how I was dressed, how I was acting, or any of the other excuses I’ve heard that have placed the blame on me,” senior Ella Harrison* said. “It’s about what happened to me and how it should have been ...

Harrowing harassment

Molly Murch, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018

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Shame. Guilt. Isolation. Fear. All feelings we would never wish upon ourselves and feelings we would never wish upon our loved ones. And yet, millions of teenagers experience this pain because of sexual harassment in a place wh...

IN ONE EAR

Abbey Kegley, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

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Music has been a part of humanity since existence seemingly began. From Gregorian chants and Mozart to EDM and Justin Bieber, music and the way people listen to it, has changed dramatically over time and thus shaped the societ...

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