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Hector Ontiveros Attends MIT Program for Students Interested in STEM

Hector Ontiveros Attends MIT Program for Students Interested in STEM

Although limited to online sessions only due to Covid-19, the summer program connects students with industry professionals
Mary Allen, Senior Reporter October 30, 2020

Over the summer, senior Hector Ontiveros-Morales participated in the MIT Online Science, Technology and Engineering Community program (MOSTEC), designed for minority students who are interested in careers...

Brooke Willse Selected As Semi-Finalist Playbill Contest

Brooke Willse Selected As Semi-Finalist Playbill Contest

Willse was one of 30 semifinalists in the "Search for a Star" contest
Catherine Vivongsy, Senior Reporter October 29, 2020

Playbill, a monthly U.S. magazine for theatergoers, hosted a nation-wide contest, “Search For A Star,” in hopes of offering grand theatrical opportunities to aspiring musical theatre performers. Throughout...

Students And Teachers Alike Adjust To Remote Learning

Students And Teachers Alike Adjust To Remote Learning

While teachers struggle to make connections and make content enjoyable, students struggle to keep up.
Kensley Hamm, Editor in Chief October 28, 2020

Online school is a new experience for teachers and students alike. Everyone is going through the common experience of adjusting to the differences between in-person and online school, as well as the problems...

Your Take: Students Express Presidential Preference

Reporters interviewed 76 of their peers asking who they would vote for if able
Colby Brown, Opinion Editor October 28, 2020

Editor's Note: The below results are not a scientific poll or survey of student opinion. Reporters reached out to their peers, but in the virtual environment, those interviews reflect the classes and friends...

TikTok's Wavering Future

TikTok’s Wavering Future

Plans to covert TikTok from a Chinese-owned company into a U.S. one await a federal judge's decision
Carley Parrish, Student Life and Features Editor October 28, 2020

TikTok, the social media sensation among Gen Z, has been dodging missiles from the U.S. government for months now. The accusation of the Chinese-owned app exploiting user’s data and the rumors of it...

Pandemic Delays Driver's Licenses and Permits

Pandemic Delays Driver’s Licenses and Permits

Even with DMV offices reopened, many teens face delays fulfilling this traditional rite of passage
Isabella Madariaga and Bryan Beck October 28, 2020

Most teens are eager to take a trip to the DMV for their driver’s license as soon as they turn 16. However, due to the unexpected shutdowns from the pandemic, those wishes to get a license were put on...

Results from the Statewide DECA Conference

Results from the Statewide DECA Conference

March 1, 2020

Roleplay Medals (best role-play  the judge had in the event): Cara Mack- Business Services Marketing Nik Vashi- Entrepreneurship Blake Connolly & Chris Guccio- Sports Team Decision Making Kathleen...

ACT undergoes changes to increase opportunity for students

ACT undergoes changes to increase opportunity for students

Julia Conn and Kensley Hamm January 15, 2020

Starting Sept. 20 of 2020, the ACT test will undergo changes that will implement more opportunities for students to increase their scores. A few of these options include specific section retesting, superscoring...

Trio Earns Superior Rating at Spanish Competition

Trio Earns Superior Rating at Spanish Competition

Competition requires students to only speak Spanish to three fluent speakers
December 9, 2019

How's your Spanish speaking skills? Seniors Anthony Lamberti and Hope Dominique and junior Mary Kathryn Hederick tested out their skills at a Spanish competition at UNC-Chapel Hill Dec. 5. After...

MVP Math Elicits Mixed Feelings

MVP Math Elicits Mixed Feelings

Hannah Kinstle and Mikaela Keldsen November 27, 2019

There has been some public disagreement regarding the math curriculum and the way the lessons are being taught, involving the MVP Math Curriculum. At the end of last school year, a group of students...

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