The change we face as we grow older

Kathryn Supple, Assistant Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The dictionary defines growing up as maturing from childhood to adulthood and as to stop thinking in childish ways . However, I feel that the definition the dictionary supplies is only a small part of what it truly means to grow ...

The Dark Side of Capitalism

Brian Figg, Head Copy Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Outsourcing: moving the production of goods or the management of services to an offshore location to decrease costs and improve profits. Sweatshops: foreign factories that underpay workers, violate basic human rights and leave ...

Social media’s effect and spread in the news

Shayna Tilles, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In the past year, it has been proven that politics have become a daily occurance in  everyday life.  From the drama in the White House to controversial elections, we have been using all the means available to express our opinio...

The Price is (very rarely) Right

Violet Fink, Guest Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Despite the common phrase "the best things in life are free," I believe that everything does have a price. Or, rather, everything has a value assigned to it. This value may not always be one that is given or received in terms o...

The Great Debate: Do our dreams predict our future?

Jino Chough and Kacie Nielsen

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In probably 88% of all media, dreams are portrayed as having some kind of mystical power, with premonitions and clairvoyance abound.  Despite the well-known fact that the media is usually exaggerated or blatantly incorrect, many fo...

The debate created by not-wet water

Claire Moylan, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

We the human race knows quite a few things  about water. We know water is made of two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom. We know it is one of the most important substances on Earth. We know it covers the about 71 percent of ...

May the force be equal to mass times acceleration

Kayla Song, Centerspread Editor

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinion

With diseases, natural disasters and nuclear threats dropping faster than bobby pins, it isn’t odd that people are losing  hope in the good of the world. After all, we can all fondly reminisce on that blissful era when our m...

Junior Year Pressures

Mansi Sharma, News Editor

December 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Juniors are nearing the end of the semester and preparing for next year when we have to be the ones filling out our college apps. As a junior myself, I have not felt so much pressure and tension between all of us since first g...

Teachers have the power to change our lives

Abbie DeMuth, Arts & Reviews

December 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The first time I picked up my flute, I grasped its cold metal between my palms and it made me feel powerful. My fingertips were timid and not yet precise as I pressed down the keys of my instrument. Before I attempted to play flut...

How to Eat Kit-Kats

Ruby Duncan, Copy Editor

December 7, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Have you ever had an experience where you try something new and the world looks totally different? Well, let me tell you about how to eat a Kit-Kat the right way. Kit-Kats were first created Rowntree's of York, United Kingdom. ...

The Evolution of Netflix

The Evolution of Netflix

December 7, 2017

Opinion