Why Christmas is my Favorite Holiday

Coleton Rice

December 10, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Every year many people celebrate holidays in the winter. Some of these holidays are not celebrated in my religion so I don't know about them. But I do know one: Christmas. Here is my opinion for why Christmas is my favorite holiday. To...

What I want for Christmas!

Pantea Khosravi

December 3, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

As you most likely know if your keeping up with the dates, it’s almost the holidays. And I want a lot of stuff for Christmas. So this is what I want. I really want Uggs, I know this is incredibly basic but they are so comfortable. They are...

Opinions on School

AnEighthGrader??123

November 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

I have been staring at my computer screen for the past hour or so, thinking about ideas for articles, when something came to my mind. What if I wrote about people's opinions about school? So, here's an article about that. I...

Why You Should Adopt a Pet

Isabella Van Vliet

November 26, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Around 68% of American households own a pet. Many of these people buy their pets rather than adopt them. However, there are plenty of reasons why adopting a pet is much better than buying one. It will cost less to adopt a pet than to buy...

Why You Shouldn’t Lie to Your Parents

Coleton Rice

October 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

As you probably know already lying is bad. And its even worse if its to your parents. Your parents are special people who care for you all the time. This also applies to your guardian. This is my opinion why you shouldn't lie...

Should Schools Punish Cyberbullying?

Isabella Van Vliet

October 12, 2018

Filed under Hale, Opinion/Editorial

Cyberbullying is a huge problem for students. According to www.bullyingstatistics.org, “Over 25 percent of adolescents and teens have been bullied repeatedly through their cell phones or the Internet.” However, many schools refuse to...

A Review of the Rest of The Week

Thursday, The Best Day

October 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Unless you're dead, you have experienced a second, a minute, an hour, a day, and likely also a week. The week is an emotional roller coaster, with each day having their own experience. Monday was rated six out of ten, Tuesday...

A Review of Everyday of the Week Part One

Wednesday, The Only Good Day

October 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

You all know the emotional roller coaster of the week, the repetitive cycle that makes up your entire life. It is inescapable, literally. It is time itself. The week is made up of seven days, each with a general experience you...

The Problem With Dress Codes

Lita Lindquist

September 28, 2018

Filed under Hale, Opinion/Editorial

After the 90s feminist revolution known as "Riot Grrrl," dress codes have started to become a bit controversial. Women didn't want to be oppressed anymore. For the longest time, women have been taught to be modest, and those who...

life hacks

Goku, power level > 9000

September 20, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Did you know that banging your head against the wall for one hour burns 150 calories? Anyways, I decided to be helpful for once and give ya some tips and life hacks. Here ya go. If you hate getting your fingers covered in Cheeto...

Schools should allow students to use their phones

Isabella Van Vliet

September 20, 2018

Filed under Hale, Opinion/Editorial

One way schools could improve, would be to allow their students to use phones in class. Teachers could have students use their phones to do research. According to www.oxfordlearning.com,  “Cell phones can give students access t...

My biggest problems with some teachers

Pantea Khosravi

September 14, 2018

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

I think one of the most unfair things about school is the teachers. Bad teacher, no learning, bad grade, and this affects the next years you have in school. Let me explain the cycle, you have one single bad teacher in an import...

Opinion/Editorial