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Recent, diverse moves shine on the silver screen

Hannah Kloninger-Stever and Lauren Stevens

April 23, 2018

Filed under Features

“The more diverse [a movie] is, the more relatable it is, and the more people will want to watch it. You don’t have to resort back to white, straight, cis people. It will be successful anyway.” -Amy Abad, Sophomore

Let’s uncover history textbooks’ omissions

Lauren Stevens, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2018

Filed under Op/Ed

Even the heroes of history have their flaws. We tend to forget—or ignore—this fact. Take Martin Luther King, Jr, hero of the Civil Rights Movement. He furthered equality and preached non-violent protest. But he also once asked...

Wi-fi block disconnects students

Rio Popper and Lauren Stevens

October 18, 2017

Filed under News

  “The wi-fi block allowed me to accidentally come across pornography, but stopped me from looking at Pinterest for art,” senior Ellis Spickermann said. Wi-fi is a centralizing force in most students’ lives. It...

Middle College provides alternative to high school

Lauren Stevens, Staff Reporter

May 31, 2017

Filed under Features

College is on the horizon for many high school students; some tackle this challenge early through Middle College. This program is designed for high school students craving the flexibility and opportunity found in college settings. ...

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