Empowering Others

Kana Chung

May 21, 2020

Having nothing but time on our hands is a foreign concept to our family. We used this newfound freedom to take to the garden that hadn’t been tended to in far too long....

The Bright Side to eLearning

May 21, 2020

Students and teachers alike have had to make major adjustments to their classroom setting. Transitioning from seeing each other during class and in the halls to virtual zooms...

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Pitching In Over Procrastination

Singing Under Quarantine

May 7, 2020

Extracurricular activities often provide a safe place for many students that supply students with an inclusive environment and a family they can turn to. With the coronavirus...

Taylor Yocum

May 5, 2020

When you think of the term “cool dude,” you may begin to picture Chris Pratt, Abe Lincoln, Dr. Dre, or even Chris Rock; all dudes who have done pretty cool things. Well,...

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Athletic Enthusiasm

Working Out While Staying In

May 11, 2020

    Quarantining in your own home is no easy task. The hours become days, the days weeks, and the weeks a month. And all the while, as time goes on, your motivation...

The Climb

April 26, 2020

Junior Stephen Derenski is splayed across a flat wall 35 feet in the air. Clinging to it, breathing heavily, he can feel his ligaments tighten. He’s so close. He shuts his...

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If Black Lives Really Matter, the Justice System Must Change

Volunteering During a Pandemic

May 12, 2020

To be honest, when my mom first asked me if I would be interested in helping out with packing food bags with Calvary Church (the church I’ve been going to since birth),...

Don’t Equate Emotions

May 4, 2020

Everybody has their own personal struggles and flaws; that’s the human condition. Not everybody feels as though they can express the emotions associated with those struggles...

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