My Advice to Underclassmen

Jordan Shorter, Staff Writer

June 4, 2019

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I’m demanding a change. An immediate change. I am absolutely exhausted, and it’s the end of my junior year. In a way 11th grade is like having a baby. No matter how hard people try to prepare you, you are never truly ready ...

Washington’s Mind Game

Tam Nguyen, Specials Editor

May 28, 2019

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In contemporary politics, every action undertaken by a politician, committee, or government body is heavily calculated. Every media appearance is staged and scripted as if it were a movie, and a vote on a bill seems to be more...

To Be or Not To Be a Feminist

Jordan Shorter, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

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Movements such as “Me Too” have once again forced me to take a closer look at myself in relation to the word “feminist.” Am I one? Well, by definition, of course I am. According to Merriam Webster, feminism is “the theory...

My Name: I’m Probably Not What You Expected

Jennifer Johnson, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

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It’s inevitable that if you’ve never met me, but know my name, you’ve created an image of what you think I look like in your head. You may imagine what I might be wearing, the color of my hair, what I might sound like, where...

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