Kravitz competes intensely in online video games

When junior Mason Kravitz began eighth grade he was not social and decided to stick with video games to take up his free time. That is how Kravitz claims to have begun his journey to fame and fortune in CS:GO, an online competitive 5v5 first person shooter game. In CS:GO there are in-game skins that…

Hwang dedicates hundreds of hours to improving his community

Students are required to earn seventy five Student Service Learning hours, but some students go above and beyond. An example of one of these students is freshman Daniel Hwang who has worked in a variety of fields to earn his 705 hours. Hwang has participated in a variety of activities to earn his hours, from…

Boldon shares her view on student protest

Principal Kimberly Boldon remembers distinctly that Tuesday on April 20, 1999. It was her second year of teaching, a career she had looked forward to her entire life. The principal of her school pulled her and all the other teachers into a staff meeting in the auditorium. Boldon will never forget how the principal was…

Q & A with womens’ hockey gold medalist Haley Skarupa

Common Sense spoke with Haley Skarupa about her experience in the Olympics. How was the place you stayed/where did you stay? We stayed in the Gangneung Olympic Village by the coast in 25 floor apartments. They were brand new and it was awesome. What was your favorite memory at the Olympics? My favorite memory was…