No day shall erase you from the memory of time

By Jalissa Carter ‘18

January 28, 2015

Filed under Column, Opinion

It was a bright sunny day. The sky was a beautiful blue that the ones who saw this event had never forgotten.  This beautiful day in Manhattan didn’t last.  On September 9th 8:46 a.m., there was a  crash and screams of terror....

102 minute attack led to a day honored for the heroes of our world

By By Caterina Gismondi ’18

January 28, 2015

Filed under Column, Opinion

In New York on September 11 of 2001, we lost 2,977 people to a group of terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center. The World Trade Center was a 16-acre complex that was built between1966-1987. There were seven buildings...

The first day for freshmen requires a GPS

By Ally Hartwyk '15

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

I walked into my homeroom with a nervous feeling in my stomach. Millions of questions kept vigorously running through my head: “Who is going to be in my classes? Will I like my teachers? Am I going to be majorly stressed ou...

It’s over in a flash

By Ellen Hamilton ‘15

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

The moment you walk through the doors on the first day of your freshman year in high school, you’re entering a totally different world.  Your life as you knew it in middle school is going to change.  The work load increases...

When all else fails, hit the snack bar

By Ellen Hamilton ‘15

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Humor, Humorous Articles, Opinion

It’s been a long day of school.  It’s finally your lunch period, and it’s now the time of day that you get 45 minutes to relax, eat, and socialize with your friends.  You enter the cafeteria hungry and ready to eat, but...

To date or not to date: that is the question?

By Ellen Hamilton ‘15

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

When it comes to relationships in high school, a lot of different opinions from parents and students come into play.   Some believe that high school students shouldn’t be in serious relationships because it’s a distraction...

180 shades of school

By Caterina Gismondi ’18

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

On the first day of school people have mixed emotions. As soon as it hits 6 a.m., your parents are downstairs with the pots and pans smashing them against the stove. They are trying to make breakfast for the first day of school...

A perfect date is never forgotten

By Caterina Gismondi ‘18

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

Every day of our lives we have this one emotion that always takes a toll on us--love. Love is something you cannot really explain in words because it is feelings for another. People are having dates and experiencing another chapter...

Together we danced the night away

By Ellen Hamilton '15

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

            Homecoming is the first big event of each school year.  The week leading up to the event the whole school participates in spirit week where each day of the week is assigned something for the students to...

How to annoy your teacher

By Jalissa Carter '18

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Humor, Humorous Articles, Opinion

Every day is filled with boredom or excitement at school. School usually doesn’t have any fun in it. All you do is just work all day, go home and work more, and repeat it the next day. To deal with the monotony, students usually...

When you make silly mistakes, you fall a lot

By Jalissa Carter ‘18

December 7, 2014

Filed under Column, Humor, Humorous Articles, Opinion

            When you fall, many people just brush it off and act like it’s nothing, or they just cry about it for a minute or two, but when you’re me, it is kind of impossible to laugh it off. It doesn’t matter...

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