Children’s Literacy: So Much to Learn, So Much to Lose

Jared Cacace, Staff Writer

November 18, 2016

Literature has existed in many different forms, places, and time periods. From Cuneiform on clay tablets in Ancient Mesopotamia to the olden English laid upon the Constitution that protects many of the freedoms we so dearly ch...

The Many Lives of You (and Other Existential Crises)

Elizabeth Pearl Corey, Staff Writer

November 18, 2016

What if you could pull a lever or push a button and end up spiraling or walking into a reality with situations that appeal to you or characters that are real to you, but not to the rest of the world? Or even if it wasn't possible f...

Nineties to Now

Nicole Hamberger, Staff Writer

November 18, 2016

What goes around comes around, especially in fashion.  Over time, certain trends lose their popularity and fall out of the public eye and the public closets.  With this, a wave of new trends will swoop in and quickly fill all d...

Dare Your Star Sign

Alexandra Jorge, Staff Writer

November 18, 2016

♈ Aries(March 21-April 19): Balance a plastic spoon from the cafeteria on your nose for 10 seconds! ♉ Taurus(April 20-May 20): Complement the principal’s socks! ♊ Gemini(May 21-June 20): Say the alpha...

Do it Yourself Fashion

Juliet Munoz, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

I’m stumped on what to wear and every good shirt I own is in the laundry.  Peeking in my dresser, there seem to be a lot of shirts I normally wouldn't wear because of how basic they look.   “Ugh one hour and I still can't come up wi...

Studyblr: Social Media Collides With School

Dyandra Allen, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016

Who would’ve thought that social media would one day unite in support of school? From tips to surviving school and life to aesthetically pleasing pictures that somehow motivate you to study, the studyblr community is incred...

A Year of Lasts

Rachel Pugliese, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016

The first day of senior year is a welcome back for the last time. It is the grand finale of your high school career, the final destination before heading into a turbulent world full of careers and adults. Although it’s intimid...

Let’s Get Digital

Rebecca Williamson, Co-Editor in Chief

October 17, 2016

The smell of freshly printed ink on paper is slowly being replaced by the overheating electronics that the world now depends on. But does it really matter where you read the news as long as you get it? The shifting to electro...

The Sensation of Summer

Elizabeth Pearl Corey, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016

There is a certain vibe that each season brings—a calling to a feeling, stirred by each moment spent in that passage of time, each breath taken, and each blink of the eye. Summer is a rollercoaster of sensations. There are the lo...

Nine Days of Non-Stop Fashion

Nicole Hamberger, Staff Writer

September 28, 2016

There are two times a year when every American in fashion will look to the New York runways with excitement, elation, and awe.  These two events both individually span over nine days, but they are still known as Fashion Week...

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