On a Dying Planet and Complacency

Jackson Rogers, Managing Viewpoint Editor

February 7, 2020

     $690,000. That’s the dollar amount Amazon Ceo Jeff Bezos pledged to donate to the Australian Bushfires. He is the richest man on the face of this Earth with a personal net worth of 116.7 billion dollars, 20 percent ric...

Human Trafficking Has Made its Way to Warrenton

Faith Schaefer, Managing Editor

February 7, 2020

As a young individual, I am not unaware of the dangers the world holds, but to have to constantly be on edge regardless of where I am, repeatedly looking over my shoulder at grocery stores, gas stations and food chains, it’...

Athletes Required to Practice over Winter Break

Charlie Niber, Head Sports Editor

February 7, 2020

Winter break means spending time with family and having the opportunity to rest, and for athletes…practice. Despite being on break, winter athletes were still required to come into school for practice. Both girls and boys b...

Celebrating Christmas and a Birthday Wrapped in One

Madison Slevin, Head News Editor

February 6, 2019

Having your birthday on a holiday is one thing, but having it on Christmas is something else. Each year I hear the story of how my brother and sister ran downstairs to see if Santa had delivered any gifts, only to find relatives...

Weekend Work Axed By Administration

February 6, 2019

An important part of the high school experience might soon be disappearing while the homework policy swings into full effect. Homework is an expectation for students of all ages, not just because it refreshes the content they...

Changing the Tide in College Admissions

Harper Crater, Head Sports Editor

November 8, 2018

As seniors prepare to turn in their college applications they are facing a hard truth: education lacks equity. Affirmative action, defined as any policy which favors those who typically are victims of discrimination, in education...

No Backpacks in Classrooms Policy

Mr. Davidson, Teacher

November 8, 2018

As far as the backpacks go, there are two things about that: this is just my opinion, but you guys look ridiculous walking down the hallways with these huge backpacks stuffed to the point of busting zippers, leaning over at the...

No Backpacks in Classrooms Policy

Grant Pepin, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2018

As a junior, I’ve had some experience with the many ups and downs that high school throws at its students. One of the recent downs is the No Backpack Policy that some teachers have implemented. This is the way teachers control...

The Importance of Students Registering to Vote

Carly Herbert, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2018

As of 2016, the millennial voting bloc had surpassed 62 million voting-age citizens, closing in on the Baby Boomer voting bloc that holds steady at 70 million voting age citizens. With mid-term election season upon us, any...

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