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The Monkey Guide

The Monkey Guide

Luke Land
May 20, 2021

There are many animals in the world; 8.7 million to be exact. Out of all these species, monkeys are just a few of them. This monkey guide will give you...

Summer Buckets

Summer Buckets

Kaiya Cronkhite
May 20, 2021

1. Go Swimming (Obviously) 2. Open your eyes underwater 3. Go on a picnic 4. Go exploring 5. Pull an all-nighter 6. Learn how to make a flower crown 7....

Stop AAPI Hate

Stop AAPI Hate

Madeline Phuong and Ganga Subramanian
April 25, 2021

Pulled by the opportunity of striking it rich in gold, East Asians began to immigrate across the Pacific Ocean during U.S. westward expansion. In 1871,...

How Are You Really?

How Are You Really?

Katelyn Styborski
March 27, 2021

Even though 43.8 million adults struggle with mental health issues in a given year, there are only 577,000 mental health professionals practicing in the...

Women's Herstory Month

Women’s Herstory Month

Madeline Phuong
March 20, 2021

Amid the March Madness craze for basketball and the growing dread of Tax Day, one vital celebration is too often disregarded: Women’s History Month....

Meet the Staff!

Meet the Staff!

Emmalyn Meyer
March 20, 2021

Julia Epling This is Julia’s third year on staff. When she was a child, her Eeyore stuffed animal, which she asked her parents to buy for her when...

Leprechauns and World Domination

Leprechauns and World Domination

Claire Elliott
March 20, 2021

Living in cities, rather than the suffocating intimacy of villages, proves valuable. Instead of conforming to the dominant culture, individuals can thrive...

Black History Month

Black History Month

Julia Epling, Writer and Designer
March 10, 2021

Black History Month is a celebration of achievements by African Americans that occurs annually. Starting in 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated...

Vacation During COVID-19: Tales from Winter Break

Vacation During COVID-19: Tales from Winter Break

Luke Land
February 28, 2021

Winter break is a great time to relax and enjoy time with family and friends. It is also a great time to enjoy the holidays. Students were interviewed...

The History of Parking

The History of Parking

Claire Elliott
February 28, 2021

Though transportation has shifted from horses to cars, people’s storage methods have remained the same. Rather than modern-day “parking,” the first...

Student Government vs. COVID-19

Student Government vs. COVID-19

Kaiya Cronkhite, Writer
February 26, 2021

What has student council been doing all year? Students know they plan events and school fundraisers, but how has COVID-19 affected this and what are they...

Adventure into Omegle

Adventure into Omegle

Ganga Subramanian, Writer
February 25, 2021

It’s a testament to 2021 that being bored is kind of a rarity, especially since the creation and consequential popularity of Tiktok, Instagram, and Snapchat...

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