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Tackling Peer Pressure

Amina Hussain, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

According to the National Library of Medicine, 85% of high schoolers have felt peer pressure. 80% of teens began smoking due to peer influence and 75% have tried alcohol due to it. Peer pressure is the...

Insights on Individualism

Adithi Deeduvanu, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

“I feel like as I’ve grown up I’ve developed more of a sense of who I am and how that relates to the people around me, but I’m still young so I’m still figuring out what makes me, me,” freshman...

Gaining Knowledge Globally

Gaining Knowledge Globally

Isabel Gross, Staff Writer September 27, 2022

Schools around the world differ in many ways, whether it be student life, learning styles, or curriculum. Some of the norms can come as a culture shock to students that grew up in the US school system....

Teaching Worlds Apart

Cecelia Vlieger, Staff Writer September 27, 2022

When thinking about the world as a whole, it seems wildly vast and distant from Omaha, Nebraska. Across the globe, education not only in Nebraska is essential but education everywhere is a much-needed...

Education Across Borders

Education Across Borders

Callie Menke, Staff Writer September 27, 2022

The first day of school can be extremely overwhelming. But imagine you’re over 4,676 miles away from home, you have to speak a different language, and you don't know anyone. This was the case for Jill...

Superintendent Send-Off

Sadie Hugelman, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

Jim Sutfin sits behind his desk with his eyes locked on his computer screen. He is in a Twitter battle with the students from his own district and the retweets for a snow day are overwhelming.  After...

A New Season

Teagan Lynch, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

Gameday for athletes means excitement and competition. Seasons get long and busy, and it often proves to be hard for one to keep track of the schedule. Assistant Principal Activities Director Chad Zimmerman...

Graduating Class

Deeksha Shridher, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

With the 2021-2022 school year coming to its close, many seniors are looking forward to their new futures in their respective colleges. Leaving high school is bittersweet, where the prospect of a new school...

Mother Nature’s Ball Game

Elias Pipinos, Sports Editor April 18, 2022

Weather changes, and that’s a fact, but it’s only a facet of life for people in competitive sports.  As we’ve recently seen in Omaha, weather is indiscernible at times, with drops from promising...

Technological Difficulties

Anna Pipinos, Editor-in-Chief March 1, 2022

“When I go out with my girlfriend, I see other couples who are on dates and are on their phones. [It is] kind of crazy to see how that person can be closer to their phone rather than the person across...

High school sweethearts

Sadie Hugelman, Staff Writer March 1, 2022

Remember that time you were walking in the hallway and all you wanted was to get to class in a timely manner, but a couple couldn’t help but foreshow their love for each other right in your path to class?  Perhaps...

More than a friend

Asim Adhikary, Staff Writer March 1, 2022

"It's kind of like an extra friend, someone to talk to and lean on. It's someone you like, and they like you back, and you just enjoy each other's company," senior Addison Zhang said.  It starts as...

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