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3, 2, 1 for Daniels

by | September 23, 2013

Principal Brent Daniels stood in the middle of the football field and told fans how Ambassador Christopher Stevens modeled ‘achieve the honorable” for us. If the new administration plans to use our motto for... Read More

Junior voice: Do something for yourself, not college

Junior voice: Do something for yourself, not college

by | September 23, 2013

As another year of high school begins to unfold, I am already freaking out. This is not just another year, it is junior year. Freshman year was a warm-up. Sophomore year was sort of... Read More

Technovation club: breaking the gender barriers

by | September 23, 2013

Sitting in a circle at lunch, laughing with each other as you plan the next step in the process, deciding who is contacting friends, who is creating online polls, and who is using implementing... Read More

Senior Voice: Make it memorable

Senior Voice: Make it memorable

by | September 23, 2013

Senior year. Our last year. I’m not sure exactly how we got here so fast. Although cliché, it seems as though only a couple of years ago my weekends consisted of Beach Revue rehearsals,... Read More

Add more cash lines: speed up food service

by | September 23, 2013

I stand in line at food service, waiting to buy a cookie. I wait, and wait, and wait. The line never seems to move and my patience begins to run out. Before I know... Read More

The sophomore voice by Kelli Nguyen

The sophomore voice by Kelli Nguyen

by | June 10, 2013

I will do it later. My entire sophomore year has been lived by this phrase. From simple homework assignments to massive projects, I have made it my life’s mission to do everything at the... Read More

The junior voice by Jake Henrikson

The junior voice by Jake Henrikson

by | June 10, 2013

As the year begins to wind down, I hold on the hope that soon enough, after four long quarters of countless essays, books read, packets annotated, and Honors Chemistry tests cried over, the worst... Read More

The freshman voice by Courtney Gao

The freshman voice by Courtney Gao

by | June 10, 2013

On that first chilly morning, something about seeing everyone I had gone to school with since first grade worried me. Armed with only a year of teenagerhood, I was intimidated by the prospect of... Read More

Students should branch out and enjoy life

Students should branch out and enjoy life

by | June 10, 2013

With summer soon approaching, and plans beginning to get made, students should plan time to do something they truly enjoy, rather than scheduling things purely based on looking good for college applications. We believe... Read More

Respect: it’s not too late to participate

by | June 10, 2013

Respect, a simple concept that is taught in elementary school with The Golden Rule: Treat others as you, yourself, would like to be treated. One would think that high school students in need of... Read More