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Thrifting gets shifty

Thrifting gets shifty

Buying secondhand poses moral issues
Tabitha Parent, Managing Editor March 30, 2021

Walk down Haight Street and you’re bound to see gaggles of teenage girls holding bags stuffed with $5 or less items from Goodwill or Buffalo Exchange. While there is no denying that buying secondhand...

State of Grace: ‘#NeverAgain’ will not keep us safe

Grace Krumplitsch, Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2021

When hundreds of rioters stormed our nation’s Capitol Building on Jan. 6 in an attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 Presidential Election, many liberal and conservative lawmakers alike feared...

Fighting food insecurity

Fighting food insecurity

Reducing individual food waste is a first step to a more food secure nation
Staff Editorial February 22, 2021

The age-old phrase of “Don't bite off more than you can chew” applies to many aspects of life, but in the midst of a global pandemic, it should be taken literally, and as s food insecurity skyrockets...

Push back against pushing through

Push back against pushing through

Young women should not disregard extreme menstrual pain
Mackenna Moslander , Web Editor February 20, 2021

Taking notes throughout long block periods can be difficult enough, and coupled with menstrual cramps it can feel virtually impossible. Period cramps should not have to reach the level of incapacitation...

The United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. is viewed from the balcony of the former Newseum on the National Mall on Nov. 24, 2019. Insurrectionists broke into the Capitol  during a Joint Session of Congress as Vice President Mike Pence received the Electoral College votes on Jan. 6, 2021.

Editorial: This is Trump’s America, and it is crumbling

Democracy threatened in heart of nation after violence ensues
Editorial Board January 6, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Today was the most shocking day for the American people since Sept. 11, 2001 – our generation’s most striking equivalent so far. But instead of foreign terrorism threatening our country,...

State of Grace: Mental and physical health are equally important

State of Grace: Mental and physical health are equally important

Grace Krumplitsch, Editor-in-Chief December 22, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE When a student wakes up with an agonizing migraine or sore throat, she usually emails her teachers and takes a sick day in order to recover, but if a student is dealing with a mental health...

Loud-mouthing on social media

Loud-mouthing on social media

Social media rants divide and dissect
Tabitha Parent, Managing Editor December 21, 2020

A quick scroll through a teenager’s social media feed could reveal a number of things from videos of scantily clad influencers, their interests in online shopping, and even highly saturated images of...

Call out catcalling

Call out catcalling

Everyone needs to stand up to verbal harassment
December 14, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Having a male stranger whistle and leer at a girl in her uniform skirt is often perceived as a norm and almost an inherent guarantee — like a girl having her first period or wearing her...

State of Grace: Nothing good comes out of doom scrolling

Grace Krumplitsch, Editor-in-Chief October 29, 2020

As I find myself in chaos among writing college applications, working on International Baccalaureate internal assessments and finding time to carve out for my personal life to spend time with family and...

When returning to in-person learning, maintain six feet of distance at school and keep masks on.

Make responsible choices when returning to school

The possibility of in-person learning causes concern for staying open after return
Staff Editorial October 26, 2020

Once school returns to in-person learning, seeing classmates on campus may feel like a reversion to old habits and social norms, however, an action as simple as giving a friend a hug could force the school...

Looking globally: Don’t let the smoke blind you

Charlotte Ehrlich, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2020

It’s one thing to sit in your room in September of your senior year seeing your friends and teachers through your computer screen — we’ve gotten used to that now. But it’s another to glance outside...

Virtual learning settings take a toll on students' mental and physical health.

Zooming towards a certain doom

Virtual learning taxes students' mental and physical health
Tabitha Parent, Managing Editor September 24, 2020

Most teenagers who find themselves a little too attached to their phone or computer, or even ones who just thoroughly enjoy the company of their family’s TV, have heard some variation of these sentences...

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