The lunch debate

Brielle Thomsen, Staff Reporter

August 25, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Being the oldest kid in a small group is never fun. But how would you like to be a Senior or Junior in a quad full of freshman? “It sucks. Frosh are really immature and can become a nuisance.” Junior Molly Bookwalter stated....

AP Lang and AP Lit assigns summer homework

Jesse Estes, Assistant Editor

August 19, 2011

Filed under Opinion

            This last summer, AP Language and AP Literature assigned some reading and essays to their incoming students. Giving up part of your summer to do schoolwork might sound pretty unbearable to some, but for...

Students reflect on Rev it Up Rally

Nick Franze and Sara Sumrak, Online Editors

August 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Freshmen and seniors are four years apart, but that is not so in spirit.  In past years freshman spirit has been lacking, but this year they really pulled through.  Most of the freshman sported bright yellow shirts in support...

Students miss Culinary class

Amanda Garcia, Assistant Editor

August 16, 2011

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

 It’s out with the old and in with the new for the year 2011-2012. We’re bringing in new teachers, new classes, and new students. Most importantly, we’re getting rid of some classes, including one that kept students stomachs...

Senioritis Strikes Hard

Kaitlyn May, Featainment Editor

April 12, 2011

Filed under Opinion

            Some of us thought we felt it in our junior year; all of our older friends complained of it and we thought we understood, that we had lived vicariously through them. But it seems as though Senioritis is...

The Age of Impatience

The Age of Impatience

February 18, 2011

Dear student body

Brooke Benson, Opinion's Article

February 18, 2011

Filed under Opinion

            I have a question to pose for the general student body. Due to the severity of the situation I am forced to use my most accusatory tone so forgive me but…Who do you think you are?             Fact: High s...

Cliques versus individuality

Evan Carbone, Business Editor

February 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

            Maybe I’m just a cynic, but I’m fed up with all the posturing and clique divisions that run so rampant across this campus. Don’t get me wrong, I think there are too many scenes and ‘movements’...

Superbowl turned social event

Evan Carbone, Business Editor

February 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

            The Superbowl aired two weeks ago and millions tuned in to see the Steelers give the Packers their fourth Superbowl win. In all honesty though, how many of you actually watched the game? I know in past ...

Games are Art

Nick Nguyen, Online Editor

February 17, 2011

Filed under Opinion

                “Gamer”. It’s a dirty word now, isn’t it? “Eugh, are you still playing video games? Grow up!” As I turn 18 this next month, I’m confronted by a very real and very frustrating fact;...

Common Nonsense

Common Nonsense

February 17, 2011

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