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Ocean of Influence

Margaret Wilkerson, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018


Filed under Editorials

Do you feel the image you’ve created on social media accurately reflects who you are? If so, you’re one of many. Posting about our feelings, thoughts, and problems multiple times a day is almost commonplace nowadays, and a large percentage of teens use social media as an outlet for such things. H...

Fearing connection

Fearing connection

Natalie Walsh, Staff reporter

December 6, 2018


Filed under Editorials

The apple fell very, very far from the tree. No, I’m not talking about the tree being my parents and the apple being me, but rather our generations. Gen X consisted of a major lack in the technology us Gen Z’s have today; technology that has completely transformed how we communicate with each ot...

Calvin’s Lens

Calvin’s Lens

Marcus Falcomata, Staff Reporter At-Large

November 30, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019 issues, 2018-2019 staff, Editorials, Uncategorized, Voice

It is no secret that our society today is extremely disconnected from the world of religion, faith, and theology. When I have religious discussion, it is not typical for the surface of theology to even be scratched. Typically, only a “Do you go to church?. Within Christianity, there are around 33,000...

A fan is a fan

A fan is a fan

Kana Chung, Move editor

October 11, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase

Shaming fans for not being as invested in a group as they "should be"

582,658 Lives Lost

582,658 Lives Lost

Jennifer Ferry, Staff reporter

May 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase, Voice

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the most influential Presidents in the history of the United States despite dealing with a devastating illness. He is credited with piecing together a country terrified by the horrors of World War II by implementing a series of radio broadcasts he called “firesid...

Parking Lot People

Jennifer Ferry, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Uncategorized

One of my favorite parts of the entire school day is the twenty minutes I spend after school in my car. Every day without fail I leave my seventh hour physics class, walk to my car, sit in the driver’s seat, crack the windows, open my jar of honey roasted peanuts, and watch the world go by. From my ...

My Hope for the Future

My Hope for the Future

Jennifer Ferry, Staff reporter

May 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase, Voice

My junior year I was sitting with one of my best friends at lunch, playing on my phone and reading a Cosmopolitan article about yet another wild Kardashian antic, when it suddenly struck me how much America has changed from the time it was founded to today. Today all we hear about in the news are corr...

My Life Lessons

Jennifer Ferry, Staff reporter

May 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase, Uncategorized

When I was asked to do an honors project for newspaper I knew I wanted to find a platform to share what I've learned about throughout my high school experience. Within the last four years I've experienced major changes in my life, whether that be changes in my personal life of the world around me. While...

Distorting beauty

Distorting beauty

Kana Chung, Staff reporter

May 9, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Voice

A new way to see beauty in others

Country conflict

Country conflict

Skylar Laird, Co-editor in chief

May 4, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase

I couldn't tell you the exact moment I started liking country music. If you had asked me a year ago, I would have told you, “I'll listen to anything but country music or rap;” I firmly believed that country music was annoying and cliché and trashy. And I held my ground behind this viewpoint for years...

A day in the mind: Klein

A day in the mind: Klein

Whitney Klein, Voice editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase

A different perspective

A different perspective

Catherine Analla, Staff reporter

May 4, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Focus

Growing up, people all around me have struggled. I personally have struggled. But, my problems are very different from others. Many high schoolers, middle schoolers, and maybe even elementary schoolers have mental health illnesses. Depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, there are many different kinds....

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