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Quest for Conversion: A Piece on Daryl Davis

Bella Nadler, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017

Filed under Archives, Opinion

Piano player Daryl Davis has morphed from a musical icon-who has with historical legends such as Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis- to a political icon. Through his unique approach to persuading those with opposing views, Daryl...

DACA Repeal

Taylor Talcott, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017

Filed under Archives, News, Opinion

On September 5th, President Trump and Attorney general Jeff Sessions revealed the administration's intentions to repeal the Obama-era Deffered Action for Childhood Arrival Act, or DACA, citing that it betrayed the constitutionally-given...

P(h)un!

Elena Lev, Staff Writer

September 30, 2017

Filed under A & E, Archives

If you’re suspended and don’t get to walk on June 2nd, you’ve been graduashunned. What musical should vegetarians not see? -Hamilton Who has the coolest heartbeat around? -Chester Pulse

The Quiet Life Force: Chester Hulse

September 30, 2017

Filed under Archives, Student Life

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a... bird trying to attack you. Your mind is telling you to run away from said bird, but your heart knows that you will be okay no matter what because Chester Hulse is a real creature roaming...

Taking the Field One Last Time: Spring Sports

Karah Bengs, Staff Writer

September 30, 2017

Filed under Archives, Sports

Here we go again. Another season, another list of sporting events to attend. With finals right around the corner and all the seniors anxiously awaiting graduation, could there possibly be time for anything else? Yes, there is: spring...

Thank You Hergie!

Isabella Niedermair, Staff Writer

September 30, 2017

Filed under Archives, Student Life

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Starr Hergenrather and discussing her time at Analy High School. Hergie, as she is called by her students, has led the Analy theater program for many years while still teaching...

In Front of the Lens: A Profile of Ann Humphrey

Elena Lev, Staff Writer

September 30, 2017

Filed under Archives, Student Life

Ann Humphrey has been teaching video at Analy for 17 years, but she’s been in the business for much longer. She worked at Macy’s in high school, but her hatred for the job was an indication that she needed to broaden her ho...

Analy Track and Field 2016

Kim Juarez, Staff Writer

May 25, 2016

Filed under Archives, Sports

Analy Track and Field 2016 The 2016 Track and Field season is coming to an end with the SCL Championship meet on May 12th for the JV team and May 14th for the Varsity team. The team has had its ups and downs this season, but...

Charleston Basil: An Epilogue

An Older Boatman

May 25, 2016

Filed under A & E, Archives

  Charleston Basil was never interested in cannibalism after his arrival at the mainland. But old habits die hard—when the Boatman cut a piece of his finger in the table saw, Charleston suggested they add it to the stroganoff...

What is Cinco de Mayo?

Jackie Peña, Staff Writer

May 25, 2016

Filed under A & E, Archives

Cinco De Mayo, a day of celebration and party for the Latino community, right? Well not so much. Cinco De Mayo is important to Mexico’s history, but in reality it is not a holiday that is celebrated much in Mexico, only in Puebla....

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