Life in bubbles

Stefani Woll, Editor in Chief

March 28, 2019

I will be the first to admit that I live in my own designated bubble. But so do you. So does my brother. So does everyone. And before you even begin to wonder, no, I am not talking about the bubble that parents put their kids in ...

Society should value gaining knowledge not GPA

Nicole Felici, Copy Editor

March 28, 2019

Students typically function in one of two ways when it comes to taking classes. Most students will jam information into their minds, dump it all onto the paper on the day of the test and forget it soon after. Other students w...

Republicanism has many flaws

Mansi Sharma, Editor in Chief

March 28, 2019

Republicanism has many flaws and hypocrisies within it. I’m completely fine with someone believing in something and voicing their opinion on it, but being a supporter of something that contradicts itself makes me question a Repu...

Why John Mayer is the best musician and heartthrob

Maddie Westbrook, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

It is my personal opinion that John Mayer is the best male musician, song writer, guitarist, heartthrob and all around celebrity in the world. I’ve been in love with John Mayer since fifth grade. I first heard Mayer’s  song ...

Lunch Should Be an Open Campus for all High School Grade

Leah Badie, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

All of lunch, freshman and sophmores wait around for the bell to ring to go to sixth period. We stand there with our friends waiting for the bell to ring because it feels like we have been standing for hours. Juniors and seniors?...

Should men’s sports programs be cut from schools because of rules like Title Nine?

Kyle Brill, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

Title Nine. The title states that regardless of gender, all people should have an equal opportunity to play sports in college. That indicates that the number of athletes and scholarships must be the same for both women and men...

Pressure of parents

Kayla Badie, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

The pressure and stress from parents is undoubtedly one of the constant struggles many teenagers face during high school. Grade school is viewed merely as a stepping stone of our childhood. The next stepping stone being junio...

Cell phones don’t connect us

Kathryn Supple, Arts & and Reviews Editor

March 28, 2019

There’s a table set for eight at a restaurant. Two families sit together, the adults sitting on one half of the table, kids sitting at the other half. Cups are filled, but the plates remain empty. While the adults make small tal...

Why I like cartoons more than live T.V.

Claire Moylan, News Editor

March 28, 2019

Why do I like cartoons so much?   First, I like the animation. Each art style is different and every character is, for the most part, designed beautifully art wise. The animators have the freedom to draw goofy faces and expre...

Checkers is better than chess

Ben Haslam, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

Checkers is a simple, black and red, calm game. Chess is a serious game of skill, concentration and sacrifice. Which is more enjoyable to play? I would much rather play chess. With more complicated rules and a longer game play, w...

When Dad isn’t Superman


March 28, 2019

Most of us have an ideal father figure. Strong, brave, vicarious and loving in everything he does. Gentle, but enough strength to carry his family through the hardest of circumstances. Truthful and unselfish, with an uncondit...

Talk about what matters

Talk about what matters

February 21, 2019