Criticism of our justice system may seem harsh, and we also ask a lot of our police officials. When lives are on the line, we have every right to. Continue reading Common Sense Responds: The system has always been broken
In a jam? Need some cash, fast? Here are some quick, easy ways to make money. Continue reading Exploring income alternatives to part-time jobs
Four members of the Model United Nations team competed at the Harvard Model Congress Europe (HCME) in Madrid. Continue reading Members of Model United Nations fly to Madrid
This shutdown was the longest in history, lasting 35 days, and the second government shutdown under President Donald Trump. What was the reason for this $11 billion partial shutdown? Continue reading Historic 35-day shutdown resolved, for now
The time to enroll in next year’s courses has come around, and the limited number of class slots has brought the question of mandatory electives back into the spotlight. Continue reading Patriot Points: Should gym, tech, art be required credits?
Chai has been rehearsing the role of the Sugarplum Fairy in Metropolitan Ballet Theatre’s production of The Nutcracker since September. Continue reading Sophomore Victoria Chai spins into spotlight in production of The Nutcracker
This year’s midterm elections drew attention from all corners of the nation: Would the GOP keep their unified government? Would the Democratic party capture either of the Houses in the Legislature? Continue reading Democrats capture House at midterms while GOP maintains control of Senate
Thanksgiving just ended and it’s still November. Christmas decorations flood the streets and Christmas music consumes every radio station.
All throughout November leading up to Christmas, there are Christmas decorations in homes, restaurants, malls, and even hospitals filled up to the brim with Christmas decorations. Continue reading Do Christmas decorations come too early?
At some point in every high school student’s career, the question to go either AB or BA has been asked. Continue reading The AB-BA effect
A memoir to thank former principal Dr. Michael Doran for his contributions and service in the community is to be unveiled in February. Continue reading Administration honors former principal