Olivia Rodrigo mends broken hearts with new song

Emma Roach, Reporter February 2, 2021

Over the last three weeks since the release of Olivia Rodrigo’s single, Drivers License, it ”has broken the Spotify record for most streams of a song in a single week.” According to CNN. Along with...

Bachelor brings in new girls mid season

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor January 27, 2021

After coming off an anticlimactic season of the Bachelorette, I was ready to meet Matt James and the large number of women. James had not ever been on any of The Bachelor franchises, although he was supposed...

Justin Baldoni releases heart-wrenching masterpiece- “Clouds”

Avery Lanning, Co-editor January 19, 2021

Justin Baldoni has done it again with another heart-wrenching masterpiece. Making it’s first appearance on Disney Plus October 12, 2020, “Clouds” has reached the #19 spot in a ran king by...

Top Valentine’s gift ideas for your significant other

Hallie Kirk, Reporter January 19, 2021

Picking out Valentine's gifts for your S/O or friends is typically a cause of stress for many. With this gift guide, there is no way there won’t be an option for everyone. Whether you are looking...

Harry Styles defies gender norms

Emma Roach, Reporter January 19, 2021

Toxic Masculinity defined by Dictionary.com, “is a cultural concept of manliness that glorifies stoicism, strength, virility, and dominance, and that is socially maladaptive or harmful to mental health.” Harry...

Fans in shock at removal of The Office from Netflix

Emma Roach, Reporter December 15, 2020

When Netflix announced The Office(US) will be taken off Dec. 31, 2020 fans were shocked. Many fans have already subscribed to another streaming service that The Office was be released on. “I feel...

Side Effect of Masks

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor November 24, 2020

To avoid being infected with COVID-19, people have been social distancing, quarantined, and wearing masks. But the use of protective equipment has created another enemy to fend off: acne.  Commonly...

Black Friday returns with COVID-19 regulations

Marissa Williams, Reporter November 24, 2020

With Black Friday sales coming up, people are unsure what it will look like with new COVID-19 regulations. November 27th is going to look interesting this year, some stores are only doing online, while...

All-region tryouts have students singing behind a screen

Marissa Williams, Reporter November 3, 2020

Standing in front of students in the Performing Arts Center, the head choir teacher, Clint Pianalto, encourages students to stand and do a solo audition in front of their peers. While students shy away, ...

Movies to look out for this fall

Emma Roach, Reporter October 20, 2020

Fantastic Mr. Fox You don’t have to be a fan of claymation to like this movie. The perfect blend of every fall color, it’s a movie about a fox, no metaphors, just a fox and his fight against...

iPhone IOS 14 update sparks creativity

Laney Wilson, Reporter October 20, 2020

  As confusing as the new Apple IOS 14 update is, it has sparked creativity in teenagers. The process of transforming your apps takes up a lot of the time in your day to get it to your liking. Downloading...

Senior Jose Ortega-Alvarez warms up his trombone in the south parking lot during an early morning practice.

Marching band stands in place

Emma Roach, Reporter October 6, 2020

Rolling up to school in the morning, the first thing heard is the band playing. The sounds of the marching band echo through the parking lot. This year though, those sounds are muffled by the coverings...

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