Saving the environment: tips and tricks

Peyton Lewis '23, Feature Editor The new year is often a time for new opportunities, new goals, and past reflections. Many like to make New Year's resolutions with the promise of healthier eating, more exercise, better organization, or other various goals. However, in order to achieve the goal of becoming healthy, we have to start... Continue Reading →

Date night: Corona edition

Kelly Thorell ‘21, Opinion Editor  Valentine’s Day during a pandemic—not ideal. Awkward first dates inside restaurants or cliché ones in movie theaters are less ideal with the threats of infection. Pandemic dating has been extremely difficult, even for veteran couples such as seniors Noah Clemens and Melanie Hesterman. Hestermen said, “COVID has made it harder... Continue Reading →

Cultural appropriation versus cultural appreciation: we must learn the difference, fast

Ava Mac ‘21, Editor-in-Chief In the past couple of years, we have seen several controversies bubble up in the media over certain hairstyles, clothing, and trends, regarding the concept of “cultural appropriation.”  As we—a Western society still considered a white majority—become more aware of the racist microagressions that have existed in our culture for centuries,... Continue Reading →

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