I’m not your therapist

Greer McAllister, A&E Section Editor January 19, 2022

So you say you’re a complex person, someone with layers that go deep, deep down like a spiral staircase, twisting and turning with every chapter of your life. So you say you’re a person with a...

New NBA season sets fan on pace for joy, disappointment

Nate Kingsbury, Assistant Editor January 9, 2022

The NBA season is a week underway, and as usual, many overreactions are being made. Many believe the Chicago Bulls are the title favorites. Others think the Charlotte Hornets should be taken seriously...

Gender fluidity in fashion remains stagnant

Calcifer Holt, Illustrator January 5, 2022

The conceptualization of gender has morphed throughout history, usually forming itself around fashion and fads. Despite this seemingly constant metamorphosis of gender construct, the line between femininity...

Jack Baldwin, a sophomore, sustained his first injury in September 2017. He wore the cast for 15 weeks. Despite his best efforts, he has struggled to remain injury-free since the initial football injury.

Student learns from constant injuries

Jack Baldwin, Reporter October 5, 2021

I remember the day: Sept. 11, 2017. On that warm, sunny Monday afternoon on the soccer field, I was the quarterback. The rule always was, you could never tackle the quarterback, and we lived by that. But...

Live for the stories you’ll get to tell

Emma Roach, Reporter May 14, 2021

On Tuesday, April 27th, I took a risk. One of those risks you dream about taking, but never actually do. Before I get started though, I have to warn you I will not be telling you what risk I took, as it...

Student plans for life after graduation

Marissa Williams, Reporter May 7, 2021

To be completely honest, a few months ago I didn’t have a single idea of what I was going to do once I graduated high school. Granted, I still have another year to go, but I’m a planner. It’s what...

Senior learns valuable lesson despite unpredictable circumstances

Natalie Herrera, Reporter May 5, 2021

As I walk through the hallways during my last week of school, I catch myself reflecting over the past three years. The pep rallies, sporting events, clubs, and school dances have all brought me so many...

Senior looks back on favorite class

Laney Wilson, Reporter May 5, 2021

When I first joined the newspaper staff, I had no idea how to write a news story. However, it wasn’t as difficult as I had expected it to be, and I got the hang of it quickly. I believe that my writing...

To a sophomore from a senior

Avery Lanning, Co-editor May 5, 2021

Here’s to three years of procrastination and home games. There was always something about the thrill of a fall Friday night. Watching my fellow classmates decorate the white striped battlefield, fighting...

Senior thanks journalism program

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor May 5, 2021

My senior year did not go as I had expected. I knew going into the first day of school this year, it would not be like every other year but nothing went the way I thought. I am not saying I would change...

Organization is key for students’ success

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor May 5, 2021

High school can be very intimidating. Keeping up with assignments and homework for seven classes is difficult to manage. Over the course of three years, I’ve taken multiple personality tests. According...

Connor’s Corner: Ambivert

Connor Jenkins, Reporter April 28, 2021

There are two words that describe your social skills. One being extrovert, which means that you're outgoing and talkative. The other being introverted, which means that you are shy and don’t let people...

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