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Top 5 Bojack Horseman Episodes *SPOILERS*

Top 5 Bojack Horseman Episodes *SPOILERS*

Cori Getzendanner, Writer, Very Opinionated Bojack Horseman Watcher May 13, 2022

Bojack Horseman is an adult cartoon series on Netflix that follows the story of a washed-up ex-TV star from the (fictional) 90s sitcom Horsin' Around. The genre is labelled comedy, and it definitely is,...

Mental Stability or Honor Roll?

Cori Getzendanner, Mentally Unstable Writer and Reporter May 10, 2022

Today, teenagers are more stressed and burned out than ever and a day off school is all they want; but how can they take the break they need if it threatens their perfect attendance record? Mental health...

Save the Turtles

Ryliegh Martin and Chloe Gillum May 6, 2022

VSCO girls were right. We must save the turtles. And all life from what our horrid population has inflicted on their ecosystems. Sea turtles, birds, and varieties of fish, all have been affected by the...

Student-led vs Teacher-led Reviews

Cori Getzendanner, Writer, Reporter, Bad Reviewer April 26, 2022

As the end of the school year draws near, AP tests and semester exams approach. Seeing these tests looming in the distance, students begin to review the entire years’ studies to prepare. With this development...

The Importance of Student Voting

April 22, 2022

Voting is one of the most important rights we have as American citizens. It’s one of our constitutional rights as citizens of the United States of America. But, why vote? Why do we do it? Voting is...

Music To My Ears

Ryliegh Martin and Chloe Gillum April 18, 2022

Music brings a sense of clarity and peace of mind to students when the stress of being a teenager can get overwhelming. We often think that music can have a negative and positive effect on our emotional...


Ryliegh Martin and Chloe Gillum April 5, 2022

Every year. The same stressful decision. The same issues. The feeling of constant worry. Scheduling for next year classes has become a center of teen stress and anxiety each year, ready to bite us in the...

Dual over AP?

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor March 8, 2022

High school students, for years, have relied on Advanced Placement (AP) Courses to get them into colleges and out of higher tuition costs. While AP opened up an  opportunity for students to achieve college...

The Importance of Human Connection

Cori Getzendanner, Writer, Reporter February 27, 2022

Human connection is important because it benefits mental health. Studies have shown that having close friends and social relations can alleviate and prevent stress, depression, anxiety, low self esteem,...

Protect Your Health In A World Gone COVID

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor January 28, 2022

COVID-19. Omicron. When will it end? Doctors, health organizations, the president, they’re all asking the same question everyday. Yet they begin to ask in comparison, “How can we control it?” Sadly,...

Annual Fees and Budget Costs

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor January 24, 2022

Many students have felt that the school’s budgeting is getting in the way of their ability to participate in athletics, tests and other events because of high booster fee costs, not enough open scholarships,...

The Mountain I Climb

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor January 13, 2022

My mom used to say to me every day, “Your best isn’t defined by the grade or the score. It’s defined by how hard you tried that day.” Initially, I ignored what she said. Because I believed my...

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