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The many alternatives to college after high school

Melissa Auchard, Editor in Chief

August 12, 2020

After drudging along for nearly thirteen years at school, the prospect of a four year university after high school sounds dreadful to some. While societal pressure deems a college education necessary to excel in life, it is not the...

Tips to overcoming the “college defining” tests

Lucie Martikan and Sarah Barsky

March 30, 2020

It’s springtime, which, for lots of high school juniors, means it’s time to think about college. While also trying to stay on top of their classes and take part in extracurriculars, juniors most likely will take the ACT o...

Local Yelpers give inaccurate reviews.

Samuel Mohan Lewin, Reporter

March 5, 2019

Subway Is Subway good? No. But is it 1.5 star worthy? No. Their meat, how ever low quality it may be, tastes fine (except for the meatballs, God knows what goes in those.) Their rolls are average and they have a wide ...

Hiding in plain sight, artist’s crimes revealed

Isa Ferris, Reporter

February 15, 2019

Surviving R. Kelly docuseries debuted on Lifetime Jan. 2, 2019. The six-part series unpacked 30+ years of pedophilia and sexual assault claims which Kelly continues to deny. This well-known R&B singer created such hits as...

SNL creates humor out of negative politics

Christopher Carlucci, Reporter

February 15, 2019

Thank God for Donald Trump. Comedians have benefited from his election and presidency, none more than Saturday Night Live (SNL). Americans felt discontent with Trump and the current state of politics in D.C. during the election,...

Body Positive club sparks acceptance

Simone Anguera, Reporter

February 14, 2019

Communicating messages of self-love and positivity has been this club’s mission for years, yet it sits on the precipice of change as senior club presidents Ella Ross and Zoe Vavrek begin their final semester leading this thriving...

Students applaud Winter Formal success

Students applaud Winter Formal success

Skylar Oswald, Reporter

February 14, 2019

Diversity training educates teachers

Simone Anguera, Opinion Editor

October 17, 2018

Every year, students rejoice after discovering that they have a substitute teacher at the front of the class. Substitute teachers indicate a movie, fun activity, or light work during the period, and there is usually a welcome...

Bill seeks national medical food coverage

Gabe Reuter, Reporter

October 17, 2018

If food cost three times as much as it does now then a box of cereal would cost $20, a loaf of bread would be $10, and a gallon of milk would be $7.50. That means breakfast would cost more than $40, if the toast has butter. A...

School violates environmental law

Stefanie Iojica, Editor-in-chief

October 17, 2018

As the second bell rings, signifying the end of lunch, the last of the students filter out of the Student Center. The cafeteria staff close down the lunch lines. Only quiet remains. That, and the garbage overflowing from the...

Alternative strategies to study SAT/ACT

Isa Ferris, Reporter

October 17, 2018

The SAT/ACT, a dreaded test that consumes money and time, is essential to the college application process. In fact, 95 percent of colleges expect at least one of the tests. The test can cause stress for students and families...