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Parent-teacher conferences are old-fashioned, unnecessary

Jaydica Baeza, Editorialist

October 7, 2019

At this age, students should be the one to take action and make an effort to do something themselves first.

West’s homeroom structure needs to work for students who actually use it

Jayden Phipps, Editorialist

October 7, 2019

Let kids who utilize the time use it without borders and stop trying to control the kids who are trying to ditch.

Lessons in adulthood – live from DMV

Ava Stephens, Editorialist

October 1, 2019

For many students and adults alike, going to the DMV to register and plate a new vehicle is one of the least looked forward to parts of adulthood. 

Leave the masses behind, follow your own opinions

Evan DeMeyer, Editorialist

October 1, 2019

In this world, soon enough, you have to be yourself.  Now is a good time to start.

New Mario Kart release saved my week

Jorge Vazquez, Editorialist

September 26, 2019

Mario Kart taught me  how to be a better driver. Ironically, my month went downhill with a car crash leaving me speechless. I’ve had my car for a month and it’s already been hit. Man, I hope Toad's odds aren't that bad. ...

Students need longer lunches

Students need longer lunches

September 23, 2019

College-level classes deserve GPA boost across the board

Kathryn Broderius, Editorialist

September 9, 2019

Classes taught at the college and not at the physical high school building below the 200-course level are not weighted. This is wrong.

Tailgate parties before games will add to student spirit, attendance

Kylie Worsham, Editorialist

September 9, 2019

A tailgate party - in some cases - is more looked forward to than the game.

’13 Reasons Why’ completely wrecks previous character development in rush to next season

Ava Stephens, Editorialist

September 3, 2019

There is still time to rewrite the fourth season and help fix the authenticity that was kamikazed.

We need to advocate for Eritreans

Yonas Kahase, Editorialist

August 30, 2019

Isaias Afwerki has been President of Eritrea without change for over 25 years. The citizens don’t agree with him being President, but he refuses to step down.  Now, Afwerki wants to destroy everything, such as the church a...

Our sweaty gym needs air-conditioning for safety, comfort

Jayden Phipps, Editorialist

August 30, 2019

Working out in a hot environment increases one's chances of dehydration, headaches, and leaves athletes overly fatigued.

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