Climate Change: A Fate Worse than Homework

Climate Change: A Fate Worse than Homework

Jessica Sather, Reporter

December 4, 2019

The world is dying. Climate change is progressing at a staggering rate, species are going extinct at record rates, and plastic waste is cramming itself into every facet of the Earth’s ecosystems. Such a global catastrophe can be too much to process for many people. Some want to help, but they simply d...

Is “IT Chapter Two” a Clown of a Movie?

Is “IT Chapter Two” a Clown of a Movie?

Adam Atamian, Reporter

September 18, 2019

IT Chapter Two is the second movie in a two part series that depicts the characters of the first movie, 27 years later. The group of characters known as the Losers Club have to face their fears and finally put a stop to their childhood nightmare. IT Chapter Two was produced by New Line Cinema and Vertigo ...

Valedictorian is to Salutatorian as Shivang Singh is to Christopher Tai

Haley Adams, Reporter

June 5, 2019

This year, seniors Shivang Singh and Christopher Tai take on the respective titles of valedictorian and salutatorian. Earning this achievement requires a good deal of academic prowess―and along the way, they have found a few key factors for study success. For Singh and Tai, time management was among ...

Invisible Wounds

Invisible Wounds

Editorial Board

February 8, 2019

In October of 2017, junior Sebastian Harty committed suicide. The news shocked the campus like nothing had before — we’d lost one of our own. Described by one of his teachers, Ms. Kara Wilson, Sebastian was “a student that sought others out — he always made sure that everyone felt loved and ...

Legends We’ve Lost in 2018

Legends We’ve Lost in 2018

Amanda Brown, Reporter

December 10, 2018

2018 has been a sad year for many as we say goodbye to several well-known celebrities and legends that passed away. This includes Aretha Franklin, Xxxtentacion, Stefan Karl, Stephen Hillenburg, Stan Lee and many more iconic figures.   Kids all over the world grew up watching SpongeBob Squ...

The Battle of the Caimans Spirit Week

The Battle of the Caimans Spirit Week

Mikaila Barker and Lindsey Keith

February 16, 2017

For the week of Feb. 7-10, students showed school spirit with four dress up days: Flannel Day, Twin Day, Decades Day and Red vs. Black Day. These spirit days culminated with the event everyone had been waiting for: the Battle of the Caimans, which split the student body into two teams, Red and Black. ...

Micah Summers

August 25, 2015

Micah Summers is not actually a person. He is a goat. You  have been fooled.

Amber Hook: Receptionist Extraordinaire

Amber Hook: Receptionist Extraordinaire

Ethan Shicks, Reporter

June 11, 2015

“You see a lot and learn a lot about people and what goes at at this school when you sit at this desk…every day is different.”

Cyberbully: Infographic

Cyberbully: Infographic

Matthew Roberts, Editor in Chief

January 15, 2015

What are the statistics on bullying today? Check out the facts in infographic form.

Cyclone Hudhud devastates Indian coast

Catalin Wiese, Reporter

October 18, 2014

Sunday morning, October 12, Tropical Cyclone Hudhud ravished the Eastern Coast of India for hours, uprooting trees, tearing down power lines, and demolishing crops and buildings. The states of Odisha and Andra Pradesh felt the brunt of the storm, buffeted by heavy rain and winds of up to 127 mph,...

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