How To Do ‘Leg Day’ Right

Ruslan Kostetskyy, Contributing Writer

January 21, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It doesn't matter whether you visit the gym twice a day, or twice a year, there comes a time that even the strongest out of all of us fear:  LEG DAY. Leg Day is a workout day solely dedicated to the build up and enhancement...

Guard yourself against ‘Geese Who Attack’

Christa Matundan, Contributing Writer

January 17, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Upon taking art history, I’ve learned a plethora of the contextual backgrounds of sculptures, paintings, buildings and everything in between. Some of the artists' goals included showing the power and authority of the ruler,...

Fear

Maddie Howard, Erin Delany, and Kelsey Lentz

October 29, 2015

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As the leaves turn bright orange and Halloween time ghouls approach, it is important that we address a rather terrifying subject. Fear. Halloween or not, it is something that haunts us all in our day to day lives. It inhibits...

Introducing Modern Books into Curriculum

Kelsey Lentz, Assistant Editor in Chief

October 24, 2015

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As the years progress, students feel more and more unable to connect to the older classics that are studied in English classes. Because we are apart of a fast-paced generation that is driven by modernization, we sometimes str...

Beginnings

Erin Delany, Maddie Howard, and Kelsey Lentz

September 13, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Monday was my last first day of high school. I don’t think that has really set in until I sat down to write this, but this year is my last year of daily 6:15 alarms, my last year being around my friends, and my last year in...

Essence of Stereotyping

Essence of Stereotyping

August 19, 2015

Opinion