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Elon Musk is slowly killing Twitter

Jan. 10, 2023 By Jude McElroy Editor Elon Musk is one of the richest people in the world. With a staggering net worth of $228 billion and now three different companies under his belt, Musk is extremely powerful in the business world. One of those companies is ... More »


January is Thyroid Awareness Month

Jan. 9, 2023 By Aria Stuhmer Editor Recognized every January, Thyroid Awareness Month sheds light on the prevention and treatment of thyroid conditions. Thyroid Awareness Month is extremely important because 20 million Americans suffer from thyroid conditions,... More »


The holiday break should be longer

Dec. 17, 2022 By Sean Disbrow Staff Writer Every year between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day, students have a week off of school. Students greet this time with great joy and anticipation, but the problem is that this break is not long enough. Rather than ret... More »


Changing your habits can improve the quality of your life

Dec. 12, 2022 By Tara Tiyaloglu Managing Editor As students get bombarded with assignments and quarterlies, especially before the holiday break, they tend to fall out of their routines and into an unproductive state. One way of avoiding this seasonal slump is ... More »


5 negative emotions and how to overcome them

Nov. 16, 2022 By Lexi Augustyniak Copy Editor As humans, we all experience negative emotions, but they can be tough to deal with. Grief is a deep sorrow that is most commonly caused by the death of an individual. Dealing with grief is hard, but the first step ... More »


Veterans deserve our appreciation

Nov. 11, 2022 By Nia Locier Staff Writer Every time a soldier steps on the battlefield, they risk getting hurt. They make the truest sacrifice for the sake of their country.  They wake up without knowing what is going to happen next and every second need to be... More »


With democracy at stake in Ukraine, Americans come together

May 22, 2022 By Mirka Cuadros Editor Since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, there have been 15,442 detentions in Russia linked to anti-war actions, according to OVD-Info, a private organization that tracks protests and arrests. Russian President Vladimir Put... More »


Teachers should reserve class time for independent reading

May 15, 2022 By Tara Tiyaloglu Staff Writer We’ve all been there. You are sitting in a class when all of a sudden, it feels as if your brain cannot process any more information. Your teacher’s words are going in one ear and out the other. Your notes are becomi... More »


How to stay calm in a chaotic world

May 10, 2022 By Amerie Diaz Staff Writer It is easy to feel hopeless and uneasy nowadays. Devastating news dominates conversations, headlines and social media posts. Time is limited to save the planet, inflation is at its highest in 40 years, a new subvariant ... More »


Will Smith ruined the Oscars with his inexcusable behavior

May 2, 2022 By Vanessa Guevara Staff Writer The Academy Awards, popularly known as the Oscars, is known as a celebratory occasion where the most talented and accomplished people in the film industry are recognized in the presence of their peers. Unfortunately,... More »