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WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE?

WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE?

Stephanie Jimenez, Editor in Chief

February 2, 2018

Filed under News, Print Edition, Student Life

“School food is gross,” freshman Marisa Reyes said. “School food is disgusting,” senior Jord...

Scholarship program to open doors

February 2, 2018

It’s October — you’re applying for colleges yet you’re only applying to ones you’ll be able...

Mass shootings spark gun debate

December 12, 2017

Lindhurst, Olean, Sandy Hook, Cleveland — among the many schools that lost lots of students and a bit...

Exploring Diversity

Exploring Diversity

December 12, 2017

Dead white males. That’s what students in history classes typically study year after year in histor...

#METOO

#METOO

Stephanie Jimenez and Hannah Workman

November 9, 2017

Filed under News, Print Edition

BEHIND THE CURTAIN, actresses have been victimized and left voiceless. They’ve felt objectified, sexualized....

Grant kickstarts band program

November 9, 2017

Noticing a decline for music appreciation, band teacher Joseph Updegraff is making moves to replenish...

Noticing signs of suicide is important

Noticing signs of suicide is important

Sara Abdeltawab, Editor in Chief

October 6, 2017

Filed under News, News, Print Edition, Uncategorized

It starts with distance — as they decide to stop going out as much, or picking up their phone to se...

Solar eclipse enlightens students

September 8, 2017

Sophomore Winston Beck, having seen previous science wonders like the blood moon last year, was excited...

Working the fields

Working the fields

September 8, 2017

Under the scorching sun, sweat drips from every part of her body. She constantly fears suffering dehy...

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