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Tribulation with Toilets and Tangents

Tribulation with Toilets and Tangents

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

I like to think that I clean myself and my messes nicely after I'm done using the toilet, but apparently not everyone is like this. Ever since I witnessed a severely disgusting event at the Mexico Road 7-11 bathroom, I've given up hope in humanity. I would rather hold in my number 2 for twelve hours...

Analyzing the Errors of Our Ancestors

Analyzing the Errors of Our Ancestors

Faith Jacoby, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2020

  Patriotic Americans tend to put our founding fathers on some type of pedestal. We view the men that brought our nation to life as demigods sent from heaven. From a young age, we are taught that the ‘good guys’ in history (the history we are made aware of, that is) could do no wrong- tha...

Don’t You Forget About the 80’s

Don’t You Forget About the 80’s

Faith Jacoby, Staff Reporter

March 12, 2020

In a world of ever-growing problems with absolutely no possible resolutions whatsoever, the only logical solution is to watch and learn from the decade that provided the most amazing movies to ever grace the big screens; the 80’s.  The 80’s undoubtedly produced the most amazing movies with les...

The Burden of Success

The Burden of Success

Rachel Vrazel, Social Media Editor

March 3, 2020

It’s not difficult for people to pinpoint me as an overachiever. If you’ve never met me and you asked me something along the lines of, “what do you do in your spare time,” or “what are your hobbies,” or “what is something you’re passionate about,” you’re going to get a lot of informati...

Powerful Purr-ks of Pets

Powerful Purr-ks of Pets

Craig Eddy, Podcast Editor

February 29, 2020

I just got home from a long and stressful day of school, work, or just life in general. You may think the last thing I would need after a period of high stress is a dog or cat constantly bothering me. But when I walk through that door and see my little puppy, Charlie, so excited to greet me, eagerly...

In The Sense of Young Love

In The Sense of Young Love

Grace Bahru, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2020

Love. Is the idea of high school love even worth it? We as teenagers are already crammed with school, family, and extracurricular activites so is there any room in that busy schedule to deal with a relationship. And not only that but is having a relationship even worth it? If you think about it lo...

Finally Speaking Up

Finally Speaking Up

Kana Chung, Copy Editor

February 7, 2020

“Hahaha, that reminds me of the time I --” Cut off. “Yeah, remember when --” Interrupted. “I mean, I think that maybe…” Ignored. A voice that has an opinion, but no volume. A person that speaks, but is never heard.  As the saying goes: out of sight, out of mind. But ...

Discrediting Is Discouraging

Discrediting Is Discouraging

Savannah Drnec, Video Editor

January 31, 2020

Approaching the pit preceding the crowd that only grants access to those wearing vinyl stickers reading “All Access Photo Pass” I anxiously adjust my camera settings and waste no time preparing to shoot the show. Full of eagerness, I examine the stages set up, planning where I should go first to get ...

Bunk Beds Are Bedder

Bunk Beds Are Bedder

Essy Ingram, Staff Reporter

January 27, 2020

You wake up in a cold sweat, chest heaving like the breath is leaving you at 80 miles an hour. Was it a dream? No, you decide. You realize that in the fragile state of your subconscious that a pressing matter was weighing on your psyche that made itself known in the form of a rather sudden awakening. ...

Overcoming Nerves To Face The Needle

Overcoming Nerves To Face The Needle

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

January 8, 2020

“Will it hurt a lot?” “Will I feel weird after?”  “How long will it take?”  I sat in AP Lit, asking these same panicked questions repeatedly, as my peers effortlessly entered their names into a spreadsheet for a time slot to give blood. My friends and teacher answered my questi...

Power Off

Power Off

Kayla Reyes, Print Editor-in-Chief

January 5, 2020

Each morning, after turning off the alarm that so horrendously blares and startles me into consciousness, I unlock my phone and browse various apps, not quite ready to fully awaken and prepare myself for the day ahead. When I do finally exit the comfort of my bed, I play some music and continue to look...

Finishing the Race Together

Finishing the Race Together

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

January 1, 2020

As I approached the block ready to swim the 100 back, multiple feelings were coursing through my veins. This was the very last race that I would swim, ever, in high school. This was the last GAC’s that I would swim in, and the first time I was seeded 6th place in a race. There was a lot of pressure...

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