AP Exams Op Ed

Alison Jackson, Co-Editor in Chief

May 19, 2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the College Board has made the unprecedented decision to administer its Advanced Placement exams in a 45-min online format as opposed to the standard written format that ranges between thre...

My ABC’s as a Brown Kid in America

Derrick Cruz, Senior Staff Writer

May 5, 2020

While every teenager looks forward to becoming independent, they do so conventionally. In most teenagers’ minds, the solution to their 6 a.m. musings on independence arguably becomes getting a job. I will begin by saying tha...

Productive Learning or Plagiarism? Sparknotes, Slader, and More

Beyza Tumturk, Senior Staff Writer

March 28, 2020

Last year, mathematics department chair Peter Shelburne adopted a new policy where he stopped collecting homework. Instead, he began giving pop quizzes with questions from the assignments, or "homework checks". His main goal was to p...

Circus Animals Opinion

Ha Nguyen, Senior Staff Writer

March 23, 2020

It is cruel and vicious to use animals as a tool for entertainment. Thus, circuses should be animal-free. In the past, animals have been featured in different circuses across the world. People often treated the animals poorly and...

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Etherized Eon

February 20, 2020

Disney Plus or Minus?

Oliver Barcome-Laflamme, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

Disney+ has been out for almost 3 months now but it still has a lot of things to fix. That’s not to say that it doesn’t have its perks, it definitely has, but a lot of that is overshadowed by problems and bugs.  It was ...

How My Hero Found Me

Vinny Buono, Senior Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

When somebody comes to help you in a difficult time or saves your life you call them a hero. When you think of a hero it’s not just some fictional character in a movie. Heroes can be anyone from firemen to police officers to p...

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