Fighting for Food

William Garrison, Guest Writer

February 18, 2020

School lunch is a constant topic of discussion for many students throughout the school. Although some find the food to be fine there are others who believe that it can be improved with a few fresh ideas. Senior Laura Skaggs b...

Thoughts about Scheduling Changes for 2021

Leila Hogan, Writer

February 13, 2020

The school system is listening to the students and teachers allowing them to state an opinion on whether next year we should have seven periods or just keep it at eight periods. There are pros and cons to both of these ideas. St...

The End of The Saga

The End of The Saga

February 11, 2020

Are PSATs important?

Daniel Duong, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, or PSAT for short, is an exam given to more than 3.4 million high school students, and it is a practice test for the actual SAT which is used for college admissions. The PSAT test was g...

Youtube’s Copyright Strike ain’t Right

Ethan McCullough, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

Copyrighting has become a regulation abused by businesses to exploit the public. Originally intended to protect art, the practice has devolved into a system that perpetuates the use of monopoly rights by big businesses to inf...

Lion King: Kimba’s Killer?

Lion King: Kimba’s Killer?

September 16, 2019

Save the Planet

Margie Martinez, Writer

September 9, 2019

The Earth is the only planet to harbor life. It is the third planet from the sun, and it is over 4.5 billion years old. Over the years, we have shaped the earth to fit OUR needs. That resulted in a complete neglect of the Earth...

Crossroads Tavern Review

Crossroads Tavern Review

August 29, 2019

An Inevitable Critique

Steve Harvey, Guest Writer

August 29, 2019

Year after year, summer blockbusters in American theaters gross billions at the box office and in advertisements, breaking monetary records just as fast as the yearly average global temperature. From eye-catching costuming or ...

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