Jessica Richardson and Ian Kelly | Staff Writers Seniors Phoebe Nguyen and Mia Nunokawa are the founders of the new Cultural Unity club, which is a way for students to discuss world cultures and differences with their peers. “We are trying to spread awareness of different cultures and […]
Leanna Sequeira | Staff Writer While most high schoolers are still making decisions about their futures and their careers, sophomore Jacob Martin already has his future planned out. “I started out playing with LEGOs as a kid and it just went from there,” said Martin. Martin has been […]
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Grant Patterson | Clubs Editor It is a Tuesday snowy morning. It is early, cold, and dreary, but that has not stopped four students from making the drive to Dye’s Walk Country Club where a warm breakfast and a room full of judges await them. Each of these […]
Anna Puderbaugh | Staff Writer While many sophomores are still trying to discover what they want to pursue in the future, some already know. Sophomore Savannah Waddick pursues her passion as she volunteers at Pine Meadows Horse and Rescue. “I work with injured horses. I groom them, I […]
Isabelle Burks | Staff Writer Selling your old clothing items that you do not wear anymore is an easy way to make a little extra cash. Many students have started doing this by creating separate Instagram accounts to post items that they wish to sell. A few of these […]
Aaron Toland | Staff Writer The majority of high school students end up taking a course in either French, German, Spanish or Chinese in order to earn the Core 40 Academic Honors diploma or meet the eligibility requirements of the majority of universities; almost all of these students […]