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Last Minute DIY Halloween Costumes

October 29, 2017 7:30pm | Sascha Goldsmith

We get it. Homework, friends, ig, snap chat, life, you’re stressed and don’t have enough energy to come up with a clever, cheap and not-too-dorky… (maybe a little)… Halloween costume in less than a week. In case you need help, here are 10 easy, last-minute, […]

Architecture Design 01

October 8, 2017 9:52pm | Amol Shome

I didn’t actually choose Architectural Design (AD01). Architecture has always interested me, but I knew it was a difficult concept to grasp, and, like many of us, I’m relatively reluctant about working hard. I have zero period P.E., and I got put into AD01 because […]

A Glass Castle Broken

October 5, 2017 9:39pm | Skye Apao

I read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls more than three times before it was turned into a movie and whenever I reread the book it is like I am reading it for the first time. The Glass Castle is a memoir about a woman’s life,  where […]

Why it Hurts to Forget

February 28, 2017 12:04am | Jaden Kimura and Huma Manjra

America was founded on the false rhetoric which promised equal rights to all citizens. Let’s not kid ourselves; what the founders really meant was not freedom to all, but more of a freedom to white males at the expense of individual freedoms being revoked from […]

Space Travel: Closer than you may think

February 16, 2017 8:54pm | Jacob Martin

The thought of visiting another moon or planet is a sort of far off dream. Well, we are closer to fast, efficient space travel then you may think. So close that another Moon expedition COULD happen in 2017. This would be done with The Falcon […]

Action Doesn’t End Here

February 10, 2017 3:50am | Addissyn House

It started with just a little guess. Someone said one thing, and he’d said it before. This wasn’t something new. This wasn’t something old though either. Every time, he got a little closer and we got a little farther away from the progress we worked […]

The Broken Two Party System

January 26, 2017 8:57pm | Maryam Nawaz

Another four years have come and gone, and another president has been elected. But the election of 2016 was markedly different from its predecessors. From Donald Trump’s infamous comments to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal to the mudslinging and petty insults, every aspect of this election […]

Thanksgiving “break”

December 4, 2016 8:00pm | Erin Krantz

Thanksgiving is a national holiday that celebrates, as the name suggests, things you are thankful for. Lots of people get together with their family and friends to have the staple foods, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and the works. However, there’s a limit to […]

What it takes to make change

November 18, 2016 5:12am | Jaden Kimura

On November 8th 2016, Donald J. Trump was selected as the president elect of the United States, effectively marking the end of a continuously heated year of harsh campaigning. Alongside the Executive branch being handed to Republicans, the House of Representatives and the Senate have […]

Christmas in November

November 16, 2016 4:20am | Erin Krantz

Halloween has now come and gone; the ghoul and goblins have gone back in their holes, so now it is time to simply enjoy fall. Sweaters, hot chocolate, leaves changing colors, cool breezes, pumpkin pie, beanies, boots, and just generally being cozy. Then it all […]