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10 little ways to be happier

10 little ways to be happier

Lanie Sanders, Web Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2019

Take pride in your accomplishments: Whether it be getting an A on a test or getting a new job, congratulate yourself and realize what a good job you’re doing. Stop comparing yourself to others: In the digital age this can be difficult, but you have to realize there are so many factors to every...

Start Stereotyping Me

Start Stereotyping Me

Kierigan McEvoy, Staff reporter

January 2, 2019

To a society that condemns differences: I am sick of hiding. So sick that some days I do not want to face the day. So sick that I avoid certain people and topics for fear of rejection. For fear of being ridiculed without first being allowed to have a conversation and offer an explanation. For ...

Weighed down

Weighed down

Megan Percy, Discover editor

December 22, 2018

Your first job is an important milestone. It’s the first time you have a boss, the first time you get interviewed, the first time you have some real world responsibility. When I got my first job, I couldn’t wait to start; to get paid, to get a taste of the adult reality I will be pushed into in a shor...

The Greed of Pharmacy

The Greed of Pharmacy

Patrick Sheehan, Beat editor

December 21, 2018

Most days you turn on the TV and while watching your favorite show, you see the commercials come on showing a happy family. In the background you hear about a new miracle drug that cures common symptoms and makes your life immediately better. But there's one thing that they don’t tell you about. Th...

Dear Seniors

Dear Seniors

Whitney Klein, Social Media editor

December 21, 2018

Piles of homework. Grades dropping lower in the alphabet. The end of the semester looms near. Final reviews stacking up. They say you learned this, but you have no idea. The days lull together, sleep lessens. Headaches, anger, confusion, stress fill the days. Hello. I am a typical high school senior, an...

Heart broken

Heart broken

Seth Wilcox, Staff reporter

December 18, 2018

It’s the cliche of many romance novels and movies. It appears in movies such as “Twilight”, “500 Days of Summer”, and “Forrest Gump”. It’s also found in books like “The Great Gatsby”, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, and “The Upside of Unrequited”. But in real life, this problem ...

Art appreciation

Art appreciation

Elizabeth Osborn, Staff reporter

December 13, 2018

Art is how you show your feelings instead of punching something or screaming/yelling at someone. Creating a piece of art; whether a drawing, a painting, or a sculpture; helps clear our minds. We use art to convey what we don’t want to say aloud. Through art, we can communicate what we are feeling...

Calvin’s Lens

Calvin’s Lens

Marcus Falcomata, Staff Reporter At-Large

November 30, 2018

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...

The staggering push for AP

The staggering push for AP

Gabby Buchholz, Copy editor

November 28, 2018

Everything we do today is to help us tomorrow. You go to bed early so that you can wake up early tomorrow. You go to work today so that you can have money in the future. You take AP classes so that you can save money and time in college. In 2016, more than 2.6 million students across America took at l...

Asexual Representation

Asexual Representation

Robyn Ziegemeier, Staff reporter

September 10, 2018

Unlike the type you typically hear about in science class, asexuality for people is when a person does not experience sexual attraction. Like the heterosexual-homosexual spectrum, asexuality is also a spectrum in relationship to sex. While asexuals don’t experience sexual attraction, that doesn’t nece...

Giving journalism a chance

Giving journalism a chance

Liz Baker, Editor-in-chief

August 16, 2018

The press is not “the enemy of the people.” Any journalist worth anything will tell you that our entire job is to serve the people, to educate them on what’s happening behind closed doors, to ensure that people are held accountable for their actions. This journalist will tell you that the people w...

Truth in journalism

Truth in journalism

Whitney Klein, Social Media Editor

August 16, 2018

Woodward and Bernstein. Cronkite. Murrow. Wells. These names, unfamiliar to most, are of the highest importance to young journalists. They are the inspiration to those who truly want only to report news; those who feel a rush at the thought of a breaking story; those who will risk everything to get the...

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