School News

Young Artist Wins National PTA Award

Young Artist Wins National PTA Award

Alex Pickell, online editor

Nov 29

Young Republicans Dump Trump; Discuss Election, Family Values

Young Republicans Dump Trump; Discuss Election, Family Values

Louisa Utley, staff writer

During their weekly meetings at lunch, the Young Republicans talk about current events as well as learn about how their conservative beliefs compare to each other’s.

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Nov 17

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Voices

Protest Of Allegiance: Insolent Or Insightful?

Protest Of Allegiance: Insolent Or Insightful?

Jada Henry, executive editor

Students across the nation who support Kaepernick’s efforts to bring the issue of police brutality to the forefront have been faced with protesters claiming that their actions are “disrespectful” or “in bad taste”, these labels and comments often coming from their own classmates or instructors.

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Nov 30

Taste The Rainbow: Students Protest At Central vs. Catholic Game

Taste The Rainbow: Students Protest At Central vs. Catholic Game

Annie Knight, staff writer

A peaceful protest went wrong at the highly anticipated Catholic vs. Central game November 3. This year was the first time Central’s long time rival, Catholic High School for Boys, had been played been played since 2013. In...  Read More »

Nov 18

  • The Great Dead Reef November 16, 2016
  • The Tiger Reflects On Presidential Election November 11, 2016
  • Students Share Opinions On Trump Win November 9, 2016
  • Trump, You’re Fired! November 7, 2016

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Sports

Teachers Share Guilty Pleasures, Baseball Treasures

Teachers Share Guilty Pleasures, Baseball Treasures

Aashna Farishta, staff writer

West and Whitfield have different ways of celebrating the Cubs’ victories. If it’s a home game win, West’s wife sings and he puts up the W flag. Whitfield sings along with the ‘Go Cubs, Go’ song, he even has it on his phone.

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Dec 1 • 1 Comment

I Ain’t Afraid Of No Goat

I Ain’t Afraid Of No Goat

Alex Crawford, guest writer

The Cubs – the Chicago Cubs – are the World Series Champions of baseball. The National League champions defeated the American League champions, the Cleveland Indians, 8-7 in an amazing Game 7 of the World Series that will surely and most deservedly go down in the ages as one of the best games of baseball ever played.

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Nov 29 • No Comments

Cross Country Attracts Runners With Friendly Atmosphere

Cross Country Attracts Runners With Friendly Atmosphere

November 10, 2016

Ultimate Frisbee Team ‘Disking’ For Good Season

Ultimate Frisbee Team ‘Disking’ For Good Season

October 11, 2016

New Club Up To Par, Promotes Friendship

New Club Up To Par, Promotes Friendship

October 10, 2016

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Features

Ophiuchus: Once Outcasted, Now Causing Outrage

Ophiuchus: Once Outcasted, Now Causing Outrage

Mary Silzer, staff writer

The Babylonians preferred to assign only one constellation to each month, even though the sun does not pass through the constellations for equal amounts of time. Scorpio is aligned with the earth and sun for only seven days, while Virgo is aligned with the earth and sun for 45 days. This means that unless you were born in the specific time period in which the constellation is aligned with the earth and sun, you are not truly of the corresponding zodiac sign.

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Dec 7

New Addition To Faculty Brings Mentorship To Students

New Addition To Faculty Brings Mentorship To Students

Annie Knight, staff writer

She started as a mere student teacher for Melissa Donham’s Biology class. She was an unknown face on campus, but not anymore. Now Tracy To is the newest Physical Science Teacher in the Science department.

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Dec 5

Chexit vs. Brexit: The Global Breakups

Chexit vs. Brexit: The Global Breakups

Jada Henry, executive editor

Before the infamous separation of Brangelina, there came the even more startling divorce of Great Britain from the European Union after 23 years of unification.

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Nov 8

Back To The Future: High School Edition

Back To The Future: High School Edition

Cate Hollingsworth, voices editor

Picture this: it’s twenty years into the future and the class of 2036 is graduating. You are visiting a high school and you walk into a junior history class as the students are finishing second period....  Read More »

Nov 2

Paris Fashion Week Pulls Out All Shots, Show-Stoppers

Paris Fashion Week Pulls Out All Shots, Show-Stoppers

October 26, 2016

Newest AP Classes Teach Students Life Skills, Prepare For College

Newest AP Classes Teach Students Life Skills, Prepare For College

October 20, 2016

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