Campus recycling program needs improvements, student support

Tabitha Weinstein, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

The school’s lack of a campus wide recycling program means large amounts of reusable items are getting thrown away with food and other garbage. Administration, faculty and students need to work together to implement a broader...

School initiates campaign to end juuling among students

Carly Steed, Managing Editor

May 10, 2019

The start of a new semester brought a new goal for administration: stop the harmful trend of “juuling” among its students. Concerned with the negative impact this trend may have on younger students especially, Middle School...

Jones makes school history, receives full cheer scholarship

Hailey Barrow, Assistant Editor

May 8, 2019

Senior Eyonah Jones was in sixth grade when she started vomiting for no apparent reason. Now, seven years and one diagnosis later, Jones has fought through her medical issues and made history as the school’s first recipient...

Harris, Robinson join cheer team

Cassidy Bonn, Staff Writing

November 14, 2018

For decades, cheerleading has been stereotyped as a “woman’s sport.” Sophomores Devin Robinson and Amarrie Harris are working to change that misconception. Since middle school, Robinson and Harris have played football...

Whittaker becomes BBC’s first female Doctor, signaling larger cultural shift

John Folsom, Editor-in-Chief

November 14, 2018

For 55 years, the role of “the Doctor” on BBC’s most recognizable program has only been portrayed by males. Thanks to the casting of Jodie Whittaker, a new era of the show has begun. “Doctor Who” is one of the most...

Coming soon to a television near you…

Janiyah Gilley and Jared Russell

November 14, 2018

It has been 91 years since the Oscars first aired, and now the famous award ceremony is getting upgrades including a shorter viewing time to catch up with the 21st century. After last year’s record low viewership, the Academy...

Step up and pep up

Step up and pep up

November 14, 2018