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Sarah-ious Discussions: Reforming Our Social Media Selves

Sarah Firdaus, Managing Editor

September 25, 2020

I’m posting an unedited selfie on my Instagram story. It’s a risky move, and as my finger swipes across the screen to “share,” I can’t help but pause. My finger floats in the air like an unanswered question. Should I...

This Day in History: First cherry blossoms planted

Marisa Silverman, Managing Editor

March 13, 2020

Their pink blossoms have become synonymous with our nation’s capital, and on this day in 1912, First Lady Helen Herron Taft and Viscountess Chinda, wife of the Japanese ambassador, planted the original cherry blossom tr...

County-Wide Sports: National Student Leadership Summit holds conference

Miller Romm, Back Page Editor

March 5, 2020

The National Student Leadership Summit is holding a conference for high school students to come and speak about current issues with interscholastic athletics. Each school will be able to send one male and one female represent...

Camryn Eats: Pizza

Camryn Yi, Features Editor

March 5, 2020

No matter what the weather is outside or the time of day, pizza is my go to. Pizza is amongst the most popular foods and is common in the area. &Pizza is the Chipotle of pizza places. With over 13 signature pizzas al...

County-wide sports: Cameras being used to broadcast games

Miller Romm, Back Page Editor

February 25, 2020

Have you ever been sitting at home or on vacation seeing texts from your friends about how crazy the basketball game is, or asking what the field hockey score is? Well your frustration can now end, because high school sports ...

Camryn eats: Carmen’s

Camryn Yi, Features Editor

February 24, 2020

It’s always ice cream o’ clock at Carmen’s. Carmen’s Italian Ice and Cafe is a popular ice cream and cafe amongst all ages in the area. After school sports games Carmen’s is always crowded with students. The f...

Printscreen: Memoir, Just Mercy, adapted as movie

Mollika Singh, Senior Graphics Editor

February 24, 2020

Bryan Stevenson’s 2015 memoir, Just Mercy, was adapted into a movie, which was released on Dec. 25. Lawyer and co-founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, Stevenson writes about capital punishment in the book, particularl...

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