Modern mindset brainwashes students

Chelsea Thayer, Editor

March 24, 2014

Students become stuck in a revolving door of conformity, trapped in a bubble of media and celebrities’ thoughts and views. It’s the stereotypical high school past time-students doing everything in their power to fit in with...

Social media might bite back

Lauren Kostiuk, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2014

Anyone can pick up a teenager’s phone, open their profile, scroll through their feed and see inappropriate language, revealing photos and posts of getting “black out drunk” the previous weekend. It’s these actions that...

The cat calls back

Lauren Kostiuk, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2014

A boy described a girl in his math class as: blonde, hot and skinny. That was it. Not once did he mention anything about her intelligence, her personality, her passions. Nope, just her physical characteristics. Thanks to...

Potholes cause problems

Chelsea Thayer, Editor

March 17, 2014

Every winter, year after year, people face the same dangerous hazard, endure the shocking jolt and cringe when they hit the bumps that will slowly turn their tires into big pieces of garbage. These nuisances are better known as...

Senioritis: Don’t become a victim

Staff Editorial

February 26, 2014

Senoritis: the intensifying disinterest in maintaining high academic standards. It’s real, it’s dangerous and it’s on the move. Early symptoms: lethargy, lack of focus and difficulty making decisions. It attacks high-achieving,...

Teenagers glamorize mental health disorders through social media

Taylor Stevens, Photo Editor

February 26, 2014

Depression is not something teens should hashtag. Many teens exaggerate their temporary feelings by labeling them with illnesses that are a serious issue and shouldn’t be taken lightly. The year 2013 turned many old school...

Teens adopt different personalities online

Hayley Himanek, Associate Editor

February 26, 2014

As teens casually walk the school hallways acting themselves, some strut their fake stuff across the Internet and depict themselves as someone they’re not. Teens enjoy expressing themselves and their “media style” personalities,...

Students take on AP classes

Students take on AP classes

February 26, 2014

Teenagers glamorize mental health disorders through social media

Taylor Stevens, Photo Editor

February 14, 2014

Depression is not something teens should hashtag. Many teens exaggerate their temporary feelings by labeling them with illnesses that are a serious issue and shouldn’t be taken lightly. The year 2013 turned many old school...

Fake hipsters take over school

Nicholas Tomayko, Staff Writer

January 13, 2014

The year of 2013 brought many changes, but the most riveting was everyone thinking they’re a hipster; a person who disregards society’s norms and indulges in unique activities. This school found itself infiltrated with...

Art of the selfie

Lauren Kostiuk, Editor-in-Chief

January 13, 2014

Duckfaces of the world unite, the selfie epidemic is upon us. The word ‘selfie’ was officially been named Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year, being defined as: a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one...

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