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Sophomore Sophia Wu uses an iPad to take notes during an Honors English class. Many students use apps such as Notability to create and download organized digital class notes.

Tech Department announces ‘Dual Device Program’

Students will receive iPads for 2021-2022 school year
Makenna Kramer, Reporter March 24, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE The administration announced on Thursday that the school will provide all high school students with Apple iPads and Logitech Crayon electronic styluses beginning next year.  The new devices...

Binge watching traps teenage attentions

Binge watching traps teenage attentions

Spending excessive time on screen decreases teen health, productivity
Clara Bonomi and Tala El Qadah February 20, 2021

After arriving home from school, senior Madison Lerseth often finds herself binge watching TV shows for hours, prompting her to put off her homework and responsibilities until late at night. “I usually...

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...

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...

Students in B period IB Global Politics Year 1 gather for an online Zoom conference call in their respective rooms. Students are attending class periods and meeting with teachers on Zoom while also using other online tools like the LMS and Kahoot to enhance their new online learning experience.

Blog: Virtual Learning

Tabitha Parent, Senior Reporter April 5, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE My addiction to my phone, while equally impressive and terrifying, is not an indicator of how much I actually enjoy technology. If I’m being honest, I don’t enjoy my phone as much as...

Female Leaders in Technology club members listen to software executive Natasha Mohunty present on the Broadway Campus about opportunities for women in the STEM field. The presentation was the first of a planned series.

Speak-HERS

Gabrielle Guido, Senior Reporter December 17, 2019

A new club is offering connections and information for young women who are interested in exploring the field of technology as a possible career. Junior Linda Karti started the Female Leaders in Technology...

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...

Author Chris Riley responds to a question during the discussion session with interviewers senior Harris Rutherford and sophomore Audrey Pinard. Riley visited campus today to give a presentation to students about his book “After the Mass-Age.”

Visiting author gives presentation, participates in discussion

Madeline Thiara, Reporter April 8, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students gathered in Syufy Theatre at the end of the school day to hear author Chris Riley speak about his book “After the Mass-Age.” After the presentation, senior Harris Rutherford...

Seniors Josie Rozzelle, Emily Kanellos, and Hannah Kelliher participate in an activity where they were asked to rearrange cards in order of whose life was more valued: a pregnant woman, child, dog, cat, or athlete. The activity was meant to demonstrate the similarities and differences between human and AI morals.

Artificial intelligence presentation prompts debates about empathy

Audrey Pinard, Reporter December 6, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE John Villasenor, senior fellow at the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings, presented to students and faculty today about artificial intelligence, concluding with a debate about...

Students gather in Spark Studio for unveil of 3D laser printer. The printer was ordered two years ago and arrived in January.

Laser printer offers school new opportunities

Cassie Eskicioglu, Senior Reporter February 13, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE A 3D laser printer was recently introduced to the Sparks Studio technology lab, increasing the access to advanced machinery for student projects. Six students called Laser Tech Specialists...

Snap!

Company transitions from screens to lenses.
Neely Metz, Features Editor October 28, 2016

While many teens view photo sharing and messaging application Snapchat as a way to send quick selfies adorned with doodles and filters to friends, the addition of a new product may change how people see...

Protecting privacy online

Protecting privacy online

Users may be agreeing to more than they initially think.
Lisabelle Panossian, Web Editor February 4, 2016

Technology users routinely agree to a website’s or app’s terms and conditions, but they may never figure out that their agreement is anything but “no strings attached.” “Apps provide great...

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