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2020 Vision: Joe Biden’s Climate Plan

Estrella Pacheco, Staff Writer

February 15, 2020

With the 2020 election heating up, there are many topics floating around, and many discussions about the presidential nominees and their policies. The topic most frequently addressed by the younger generations of voters: the clim...

Take a Hike! February 2019

February 15, 2019

Take a Hike! February―Sugarloaf State Park Fortunately, we’ve received plenty of much-needed rain these past few weeks. That means our local waterfalls are in full flow and looking rather gorgeous. One of the best places t...

Trapped Behind a Wall of Hate

Taylor Talcott, Assistant Editor

February 15, 2019

You open your cupboard doors, and the shelves are bare. The chilly air settles around you as you turn to face your children and tell them that there’s not going to be that much food for dinner. The dimly lit room, covered in ...

Straight From the Tiger’s Mouth

January 11, 2019

“Double denim is ok if one of the denims is a cape” - Library    “I don’t look at people’s faces. Or bodies” - Village 2   “I take drugs for this face” - East Wing    “The only ...

Killer in the Rain

Anonymous, Phantom Writer

December 6, 2018

It was too rainy to skateboard safely, but Magus Morgan, a smart student at Analy High School, was riding through the open tennis court area. He had black hair and bright eyes, and he always skated with ease and confidence. He kn...

The Marvel Universe: What’s Next?

Autumn Antonson, Arts and Culture Editor

November 6, 2018

Which film had 18 movies preceding it, was the biggest blockbuster of the year so far, and had an end that left us all shell-shocked or possibly in tears? That’s right, Avengers: Infinity War was Marvel’s most ambitious project yet, w...

Football Score

October 11, 2018

Brothers Only Get Suspended Sentence for Animal Cruelty

Alexa Gatmaitan, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018

Recently, public outrage erupted in Britain when Daniel Frankish filmed his brother, Andrew, attacking a female bulldog. Andrew threw the dog down a set of stairs after repeatedly stomping on her. He and his brother received onl...

Is The College Board A Barrier To Success?

Marion Hall-Zazueta, Staff Writer

January 20, 2018

If you're in high school and thinking about college or taking AP classes, the College Board might be on your mind. The College Board, responsible for the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and AP Program, could definitely be said to hav...

On the Topic of Mental Illness

Bella Nadler, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018

Many mental illnesses are incredibly hard to properly define and even harder to deal with. Despite this, many of the terms are thrown around in casual conversation, reinforcing inaccurate stigmas and misconceptions associated...

Suited for Greatness

Suited for Greatness

November 19, 2017

The Migration Crisis in Europe

Taylor Talcott, Staff Writer

September 30, 2015

The influx of migrants flooding into Europe from the Middle East, South Asia, Africa, and other countries that are war-ridden or in political upheaval have presented Europe’s government with a crisis. Europe has com...

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