School Culture Can Take a Hike

Gabi Dykema, Staff Writer

May 29, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

How does the school’s culture improve when the students who want to participate will, but the students who are reluctant do not? You cannot force school culture upon our student body, because those that aren’t already involved,...

Why Online Classes are Not the Future of Education

Ally Stapleton, Editor in Chief

May 28, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Teenagers are notorious for many things. Pure love of knowledge is not one of them. Depending on who you ask, teens are rebellious, witty, social, secretive, angst-filled, petty, and/or resourceful beings. Rarely will someone...

Varsity Letters: What Should Dictate Who Wins What?

Lindsey DeBruin, staff writer

May 28, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Almost all sports are more of a mental game than physical exertion. If the right mindset to succeed is not possessed, winning can be almost impossible. Keeping in mind the amount of brain power that goes into "real" sports, what...

Coloring the World

Caroline Kuiper, Editor In Chief

May 28, 2015

Filed under Opinion

My whole school goes crazy for it: the Red Game. Everyone knows about it, and for a very good reason. Cancer and heart disorder awareness are most certainly worthy causes for all of the attention we give it. I’m not trying...

¿Por qué?

Caroline Kuiper, Editor In Chief

May 28, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Sitting in Señora Sandberg’s classroom while learning about how to conjugate the word “ser” in the present progressive form, my mind wandered to that night’s journalism homework, and I thought of all the things I would...

Save The Heartbreak

Save The Heartbreak

May 28, 2015

Opinion