Abstract Pieces of Advice for High School

Hayley-Mae Harlan, Managing Editor

May 30, 2019

-Take Society and Nature. -Keep your driver’s license in your phone case. -There is no better time in your life to cut and dye your hair. If you’re considering it, do it. -Give your cans and bottles to Mr. Zimmerman....

The Protest Features

Dezmond Remington, Co-Editor in Chief

March 22, 2019

Schools require money. Without it, nothing could function. On Feb 18, educators from all over Oregon met in Salem at the capitol to protest for more money at the March for Our Students. The March is a cause that would deeply...

Born Free

Corbin Ulibarri and Dezmond Remington

January 24, 2019

Throughout history, many ideologies have claimed to be the best. None, however, have successfully governed a country while still allowing the populace to be truly free; except for anarchy. For hundreds of years, anarchy has been...

School Wide Earbud Policy

School Wide Earbud Policy

January 24, 2019

Are Commercials Played Too Many Times?

Kailee Young, Opinion Editor

January 24, 2019

Commercials can sometimes be funny, informative or even inspiring, however many of them are straight out cheesy and annoying. In an hour of television there are around 15-16 minutes of commercials; and before a movie, if a person...

Wall of Illusion

December 12, 2018

What’s worse than the nuclear bombing in Hiroshima? Teens being depressed. It’s disgusting how this trend has not been addressed. It’s more of a relevant joke than an actual matter. A lot of people act like it’s a bro...

Let’s Have the Talk

December 12, 2018

“Why didn’t you write me,” Allie, from “The Notebook,” yells into the pouring rain. “It wasn’t over for me,” she states almost about to cry. When it seems they are about to call it off for good, Duke screams b...

The Academic Features

Lajla Raske, Staff

December 10, 2018

If you live in Oregon, then you might know about the state’s low education performance. According to the Oregon Department of Education, Oregon’s high school graduation rate was only 76.7 percent in the 2016-17 school year,...

Ready or Not?

Lajla Raske, Staff

October 24, 2018

  If you've ever ridden a bus to school before, you’d know all about the craziness that may take place. Including all of the noisy talking, yelling, some trying to get sleep, others crowded, and some with plenty of room...

Nike’s Ad With Colin Kaepernick an Excellent Representation of Freedom of Speech

Maggie Bedrin, Opinion Editor

October 4, 2018

Nike’s new ad is based around Colin Kaepernick, and how he knelled during the national anthem, that’s played before football games,s to protest racial injustices in our society, but specifically the police brutality towards ag...

Students with Anxiety Need Other Classroom Presentation Alternatives

Lajla Raske, Staff

October 2, 2018

         It can be stressful for those who have anxiety and need to present for classes. Many students are given only one option to present. This could prove to be a big problem for students with anxiety.  Anxiety doesn’t jus...

Psychologist famous for Stanford Prison Study Questioned

Amber Stefan

September 28, 2018

The Stanford Prison Study explored the idea of obedience and roles, especially when given certain roles to fulfill. 24 college students were randomly selected and given a role of either a “guard” or a “prisoner”. The study...

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