Alex Le – Senior Column

Peace, Love, Sherwood There are two sides of opinions on the subject of high school. Either one hates his/her experience or it’s the best four years of his/ her early life. My opinion lies with the latter. High school, for me, can be described with one word: growth. In the literal sense, I’ve grown about five inches and gained thirty … Read More

Amanda Allen, Nicole Reich, and Tate Harrop – Senior Column

The Witches of Newspaper Throughout the journey that is high school, students have to step out of their comfort zones. Whether it be sports, clubs, or societies, students have a place where they can get involved and make the most of their time. It’s all about meeting new people and testing your limits while you can. You might just meet … Read More

Jonathan Chang – Senior Column

Another Day, Another Dread One of the most distinct features of high school is the workload. Ask most high school students an issue that they face and they will most likely respond that they are stressed with all of their schoolwork, extracurricular activities, and social life. Luckily, I don’t have a social life, so I was spared that source of … Read More

Serena Mlawsky – Senior Column

A March To Remember This year, I had the privilege of attending a two-week trip called March of the Living. On this trip, along with 160 other Jewish teens, I saw years worth of torture, genocide, and survival. I heard stories from survivors as well as the dead. In Auschwitz I was told “here, red is not red and green … Read More