By Carina Scher- Learn more about how the NFL is helping bring more awareness to breast cancer
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By Hadiyah Samuel- Recently I attempted to quit smoking cigarettes, and failed the first day. I can’t lie about that, but today stats a new day & I’m ready!
By Collin Mcdonald Senior year of is widely referred to as the best year in high school. I mean with privileges such as being exempt from class finals and not having to […]
By Danielle Brignola-October has breezed in with browning leaves, warm apple cider, and pumpkin patches galore. With the change of the season, school has reached full swing and the federal fiscal year has begun. Something often overlooked by students as they transition into sweatshirts and rain boots, are the gubernatorial elections…
Have you ever wondered where the Class of 2014 went? Well, here’s your answer
By DJ Williams- What is an Ally? What is Ally Week? And how should you celebrate it?
August 9th 2014, 65 days ago, Michael Brown, an unarmed eighteen year old boy was fatally shot by Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown was jaywalking with his friend (now […]
By Adaysha Milner– Ever wanted to buy makeup, but were worried about if it would actually be worth it? Well worry no more, because our beauty expert will try it out for you!
By Collin Mcdonald–As one of the most prolific stories ever written, The Giver by Lois Lowry has remained an extremely popular young adult novel for over two decades. I, along with many others, consider The Giver as one of the first futuristic dystopian society novels that paved the way for beloved modern day series such as The Hunger Games and Divergent…