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How ordering food online has changed my life

How ordering food online has changed my life

Tifany Chu, Opinion Editor

April 25, 2017


Filed under Opinion

In today’s very irritating world, you already start the day off feeling like god is testing you. You have to get to class on time (the horror), turn homework in on time (the horror) and then deal with many underclassmen who don’t seem to understand that school hallway is not a runway. Finally, you w...

Are Bagels Bread?

Are Bagels Bread?

Achala Thippeswamy, Reporter

April 25, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion, Showcase

As you take a bite of a bagel, does it feel and taste like bread or something completely different? This issue surrounding whether bagels are considered bread is a hot topic that has been constantly debated about. Let’s start by comparing and contrasting a typical loaf of bread and a bagel. Brea...

Why I should have attended more high school musicals

Why I should have attended more high school musicals

Sam Stuve, Reporter

April 19, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion, Showcase

No, I'm not talking about the "High School Musical" movies (although they are awesome, judge me I dare you), I’m talking about the musicals that happen at our high school. I have been in this high school for 2 and half years now, and until I attended the amazing Guys and Dolls musical, I had never...

Tomi, Toni, Tomato

Jourdan-Ashle Barnes, Reporter

March 23, 2017


Filed under Opinion

If you consider yourself politically aware and an active social media user then you have probably seen or heard about Tomi “Toyota Lasagna” Lahren. Lahren is known for her menacing rants expressing her opinions on major events that she usually is in disagreement with. Tammy has been the voice for yo...

OJ didn’t do it.

OJ didn’t do it.

Tifany Chu, Opinion Editor

March 22, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion, Showcase

Recently, we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the infamous O.J. Simpson Murder Trial. In Oct 1995, the jury of the “Trial of the Century” acquitted Simpson of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her “friend” Ron Goldman. With the permission of Judge Lance Ito (the presiding judge), the media was allowed to broadcast ...

Bernie Sanders Is Too Good For America

Bernie Sanders Is Too Good For America

McKenzie Reimer, Co-Editor In Chief

March 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion

America, we are wrong. We voted for a man who young children have nightmares about. We vote for a man who makes the Statue Of Liberty look like a joke. How? How did America fall so far from grace? Was he our only option for a change? Was he the only way to get what we needed? No. We were wrong. There...

Art is Important

Peter VanDerZanden, Reporter

February 28, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion

During elementary school and middle school students are required (some might say forced) to take art classes. After talking with a variety of students most  of them did not like these classes. They didn’t like the teachers, the content, the time commitment pretty much the whole class. I think this e...

Creating a Positive Life

Creating a Positive Life

Elizabeth Jackson, Reporter

February 15, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion, Showcase

It may be ironic that I’m writing an article about positivity. I’ve been told far too many times by my parents that I complain too much and that I need to count my blessings. Recently, I’ve coined the nickname, “Whiny Beth”. But in my opinion, it’s never too late to try and change the way ...

We Won’t ‘Shut our Mouths’: A Message from the media to Steve Bannon

We Won’t ‘Shut our Mouths’: A Message from the media to Steve Bannon

Lisa Cochran, Co-Editor in Chief

February 15, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion

The recently appointed chief strategist, Steve Bannon, has made derogatory claims against the media. More specifically, he has alleged that the media is “the opposition party” and that the media “needs to shut its mouth.” What incited this exactly? We are ricocheting into a time where the media i...

Snowden: a Question of Ethics

Snowden: a Question of Ethics

Lisa Cochran, Co-editor in Chief

February 10, 2017


Filed under Archives, Opinion, Showcase

In the world of U.S Government policy, Edward Snowden is a multi-faceted figure. As a former CIA employee, his actions in revealing the covert operations of the United States Government and the National Security Agency have created an ethical dilemma and a question of how our country should deal wit...

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