Common Sense

How does your birth order affect your personality?

Kirby Child, Sr. Front Page Editor

March 6, 2020

As the youngest of five kids, I’ve gotten used to being told by my older siblings that I have everything much easier than they did, and in some ways, I can attest to this.Parents are often stricter on their oldest chil...

Snow fall at all-time low

Daniel Sofer, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

It’s a frigid December morning. Three inches of snow were predicted to fall the previous night, but the ground is clear as day. This is what students living in Montgomery County have experienced this winter. During this ...

Juniors ask for college teacher recommendations

Jordan Rubin, Managing Editor

March 5, 2020

With spring break just around the corner and the end of junior year quickly approaching, it is time for juniors to start the process of asking teachers to write their teacher college recommendations to prepare for one of ...

The JoJo Experience: The Monica experience

Monica Godnick, Editor-In-Chief

March 4, 2020

One of the most defining moments in my life happened fourteen months before I was born. My older sister JoJo was born with a piece of Chromosome 10 missing. This condition is so rare that it doesn’t even have a name. Our ...

Social media: The unwritten rules

Dylan Cohen, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

It’s 6:30 a.m. and your alarm has just gone off. You hit snooze, just to have a few minutes to check Snapchat before you have to get ready for school, only to see one of your friends blowing up their story with videos from...

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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