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Gillette Ad Campaign Causes Controversy

Julia DiGeronimo

February 3, 2019

Filed under Commentary

2018 was filled with women coming out with personal accounts of sexual harassment they had encountered.  The "Me Too" movement was seen by some people as a powerful stand against sexual harassment, but by others as an attack on m...

A Senior Reflects on Junior Year College Admissions Testing

Brooke Cooney

December 22, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Many people claim that junior year is the most stressful year out of their high school career. This can be due to many things, including the beginning of the college application process and standardized testing, including the dreaded ...

You Can Have a Breakfast Club Anywhere

Alena Gabbe

November 26, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Sometimes high school can be a puzzle, tricky and complicated. John Hughes, the director of the iconic 80's film The Breakfast Club, kept it simple by taking the stereotypes of cliques and clumping them in a Saturday lunch detent...

How Are You Spending Your Screen Time?

Maya Fortgang

October 29, 2018

Filed under Commentary

In today’s day and age, life seems to revolve around technology. Since the rise of the smartphone in 2007, people have centralized every aspect of life and have kept it compacted into one device. When one purchases a smartphone...

Isn’t Varsity Athletics Already Phys Ed?

Matt Frungillo

October 9, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Many varsity athletes at one time have been sitting in gym class asking themselves, “Why do I have to be here right now?” Throughout elementary school, and middle school, students are forced to take gym almost every day. N...

Teachers Rock

Maggie Kousoulou

May 21, 2018

Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

  Doctors, lawyers, Wall Street executives, engineers. These are among the highest paid people in America. Yes, these people have important jobs.. But those who have the most important job of all do not get paid in a way...

Reflections on Assigned High School Reading

Erin McNally, Editor in Chief

May 16, 2018

Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

Ah, high school English classes and their required reading materials - novels, plays, and short stories  you grew to adore or which became the bane of your existence. Here’s a ranking of some these books and plays-from...

How much Stress is Too Much Stress?

Erin McNally, Editor in Chief

April 24, 2018

Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

Stress is something we all deal with, at any age. Even cats and dogs can get stressed out! We all get pretty frazzled by stress from time to time, but being chronically  stressed out takes a toll on the body, physica...

How to Fight the Winter Blues

Julia Cambreleng

April 24, 2018

Filed under Commentary, Features

So now that spring weather is fast approaching, we all can look forward to the days where we awaken to the sunlight beaming through our shades, and the birds gleefully singing outside our window. But just a couple months before...

How I Matched Your Mother

Julianna Spina

April 24, 2018

Filed under Commentary

Meeting the love of your life can be just a click, swipe, or double tap away. Many college students and even high school students find themselves addicted to online dating sites and apps. Programs like Tinder, Match, eHarmony, Z...

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