Smelling the roses

Katherine Neuner, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2019

Filed under Column, Opinion

The other day, my friend drove me home from school. It was a Friday, so I knew as soon as I got inside, I’d lay down and take a long nap. As she drove away, I waved goodbye and then walked over to the front door. It was l...

Care a Little

Kara Barragan, Sports Editor

February 3, 2019

Filed under Column, Opinion

“Care a little, care a lot,” I sing to myself, at six-thirty a.m. “Let me love you, let me not. But that wouldn’t change the way I, care for you. That wouldn’t make me think of, someone new.” That song, “Care a...

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

February 1, 2019

‘I’m a fraud!’

Katherine Neuner, Editor in Chief

December 14, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

It was a typical Monday lunch. I sat in the back of the classroom, quietly tearing open my granola bar. I watched the Speech and Debate president stand confidently at the front of the room, going over announcements and cracking...

The best of both worlds

Valentina Du Pond, Editor-at-Large

December 5, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

“I wrote this song about an 11 year old girl who wanted to be a rockstar. She also wanted a normal life, so she pretended to be somebody else. That was great for a little while, but she’s 17 now and life is even more compl...

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

December 2, 2018

Modern Day Feminism:

Paulina Zacharko, Features Editor

November 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

On the morning of November 7th, actress and activist Reese Witherspoon made a timely political Instagram post. It was a photo with the words, “For the first time in history, there will be at least 100 women in the House of...

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

November 27, 2018