A Letter to Parents: What You Need to Understand About Me Dating

March 8, 2019

By Julia Pavlosek: I have a friend who still isn’t allowed to see a movie alone with her boyfriend. They’ve been together over three years–longer than the age of my ancient iPhone 6. I have another friend who has parental permission to bring a girl over when he’s home alone… and to have his door […]

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How to Avoid the “Cliche” date

March 14, 2019

How to avoid the “cliche” date by Karly Granas Everyone thinks they know what a girl wants: the fanciest dinner that costs more than your dad’s new car; a nice movie – that you actually have to watch I might add – and afterwards you walk her to the door and kiss her in the […]

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Easiest Ways to Screw up Love

March 13, 2019

Easiest Way to Screw Up Love By Sam Langeliers Alright boys and girls, ditch the flowers and chocolates because this isn’t how you woo someone’s heart, this is how you wail on someone’s heart to the point of no return. This, is how you effectively mess up any chance at love. STEP 1: DON’T LIE […]

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He Said/She Said: All Cards on the Table Version

March 11, 2019

By Myah Cunningham and Amar Rupnawar: Everyone has a different opinion regarding Valentine’s Day and the traditions that follow. Here we addressed some of the most controversial Valentine’s Day topics in this years version of He Said/She Said. Should Valentine’s Day be the day to “make your move?” AR: I believe that it is a […]

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Why are MORE people dating LESS?

March 11, 2019

By Henry Stowell: The way in which humans have found ‘love’ has evolved greatly over time. Long ago, in some cultures tribes would raid villages and steal their wives from the opposing village. Some more established and ‘civilized’ cultures would only marry someone of their same social status and race. Marriages could be set up […]

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How Well Do You Know Nintendo?

March 11, 2019

By Bella Dragovich and Tyler Bernardo: Nintendo. It is one of the biggest video game companies in the world, but how well do you know the company? Well, I bet you didn’t know that Nintendo was started in 1889! Way before video games even existed! Nintendo, or as they were known at the time, “Nintendo […]

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4 Ways to Make Our School a Better Place

March 11, 2019

By Kenzie Litson: School is the first step in your life. It prepares you for adulthood. But why are schools so painful to sit through? Why do so many students skip or avoid school in general? How can we make our school a better and happier place for students? The Classroom Students tend to be […]

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Lemur Time!

March 11, 2019

Maddy Woodward (11) and Maya Reddy (10) feed bananas to lemurs on a unique field trip with Mr. Gray.

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Why We Do the Things We Do

March 11, 2019

By Kenzie Litson, Jocelyn Hubbs, Natalie Man: Over the course of five years, your brain goes through a huge “surge” of synapse pruning around the ages of 13-18. Synapse pruning is where the number of neurons, synapses, and axons change in your brain. This changes your ability to learn and can change your IQ score. […]

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The Miracle Baby

March 11, 2019

By Serenity Castleberry: Skylar Hoffman has lived with a heart defect her whole life. Skylar was born with three valves instead of four. Doctors told her that she wouldn’t live past seven years old, but she did. Then they told her she wouldn’t live past twelve years old. She’s now a senior. Skylar has died […]

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