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Freshmen in a Block One Spanish II class wear denim for International Denim Day. The day of awareness is observed annually on April 28.

Students observe Denim Day

Community members wear denim in solidarity with sexual assault survivors
Makenna Kramer, Reporter April 28, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE People across the world wore denim today in recognition of International Denim Day, a movement that seeks to support sexual assault survivors and raise awareness about all forms of sexual...

Sophomore Isabella Alarcon, who runs a business reselling her customized clothing, alters a sweatshirt. A 2018 study of 1,000 teens showed that 41% would consider entrepreneurship as a career option versus working in a traditional job, according to Junior Achievement.

Entrepreneurs start businesses

Online retail becomes path of income for students
Clara Bonomi, Reporter March 25, 2021

Senior Giselle Moulia spends her free time sorting through her closet and purchasing thrifted clothing to resell to customers all across the City. Although many teenagers face overstuffed closets, small...

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...

Using less social media may be better than none at all

Using less social media may be better than none at all

Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter December 14, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE What started out as an easy way to connect with friends, follow influencers and meet new people can turn into an unhealthy obsession, with screen time adding up to multiple hours a day and...

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...

Junior Avery Stout works on homework in her newly redesigned room. Stout has recently painted her walls gray and added posters to her walls to have a change in her environment after spending all day at school in the same room for months.

Switching things up

Reorganizing rooms after pandemic fatigue
Paige Retajczyk and Amelia Froyd-Kamrath October 26, 2020

After spending months at home with online school, many teens are reorganizing their bedrooms with trends varying from creating accent walls to adding plants or posters. "I have been meaning to repaint...

Like many teenagers, junior Lily Peta uses her iPad as a means of accessing social media. Netflix just released an new documentary,

Netflix documentary prompts reflection on social media

Social media’s affect on students lives orchestrated by tech companies
Darcy Jubb, Senior Reporter September 23, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE As Netflix releases a documentary questioning the intentions of social media companies, students are reflecting on how social media affects their lives.   "The Social Dilemma" focuses...

Freshmen start high school, find community virtually

Grace Krumplitsch, Editor-in-Chief August 19, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE While many upperclassmen recall anxiously walking up the Flood Mansion’s marble staircase on their first day of high school and triple-checking that they were in the right classroom, the...

One of many coronavirus memes currently popular features social media star Bhad Bhabie and her catch phrase “Cash me outside how bow dat?” and makes a joke about how Californians are not social distancing even though Governor Gavin Newsom requires it. Teenagers are using memes and other forms of humorous content to cope with stress and fear about the COVID-19 crisis.

Teens use humor to cope with current pandemic

Madeline Thiara, Components Editor March 30, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Teenagers are using social networking apps such as TikTok, Twitter and Instagram to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic through humor, even though many posts make light of certain aspects of...

Teens post joking memes on platforms like Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. The subject of these posts has revolved around the recent conflict with Iran.

‘Memeing’ into the new year

Recent military conflict between the U.S. and Iran has resulted in possible World War memes
Gabrielle Guido, Senior Reporter January 9, 2020

As teens open their TikTok accounts, many are expecting to find playful dance videos about viral trends, but they have instead found a multitude of memes teasing the United States’ and Iran’s recent...

It's Tik Tok time?

It’s Tik Tok time?

Viral app brings security issues
Gray Timberlake, Editor-in-Chief December 12, 2019

When senior Malinalli Cervantes created a TikTok that went viral, her primary focus was not the potential security issues she could have created for herself. The TikTok app allows users to post...

Gymnast uses platform

Adele Bonomi, Sports Editor November 13, 2019

Springy, powerful, double-twisting double backflips make Simmone Biles standout in international competitions, but her confident voice outside the gym is shifting the public face of gymnastics and the...

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