Senior Nykie Carr excels in Navy sea cadets Crawling through the brush with her head low, senior Nykie Carr trusts her ghillie suit to keep her concealed among the tall grass. She is moving inch by inch, practicing […]
Senior Ty Fansler conquers social stigmas A bevy of 2000 students flood the gates at 3:02, looking forward to a snack, mid-day nap, Facebook time, and freedom. These visions don’t flood senior Ty Fansler’s mind; he […]
What is cheating? What is it really? That’s what we wonder to ourselves as we plug numbers into our calculator. They never said not to do it, we rationalize as we reword answers on homework. I just need a […]
Thigh gap: a girl’s worst friend Stand completely straight with your knees touching,and if your thighs do not touch, that is something many young adults will starve themselves to achieve: it is known as a thigh […]
The reality of the district-wide dress code You could almost make walking around campus a scavenger hunt. A girl wearing shorts with her butt hanging out–check. A boy wearing his pants down to his knees even […]
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