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In light of a global pandemic, deciding whether or not to socially celebrate your birthday can be challenging.

Pity party

Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor | December 17, 2020

Cookies in one hand and a present in the other, you arrive at your friend’s house. But something is wrong…you left your face mask at home. Now you have to begrudgingly break the news to your mom who...

Junior Charissa Thompson drinks coffee regularly, to maintain energy levels during the school year. She began relying on the beverage much more after entering high school.

Caffeine craze

Lukas Goodwin, Print Editor | December 9, 2020

As senior Izzy Pacheco entered her kitchen to brew herself a cup of coffee, she sighed: the coffee machine was broken. Abandoning the Keurig, Pacheco hopped in the car and drove to the nearest Starbucks...

Junior Abby Nicolas turns bullying and teasing into moments for education. Nicolas has a rare birth condition, resulting in at least 14 surgeries.

Face it

Zoey Young, Editor-in-Chief | December 2, 2020

Much of what we are taught through cartoons and books equates to one overarching message: looks do not matter, it’s what is on the inside that counts. Dr. Seuss’ Sneetches found peace on the beach,...

Too hot to handle

Too hot to handle

Chanson Cadet and Charlotte Mansur | November 25, 2020

Hot sauce is the Golden Fleece of the culinary world. It has the ability to transform any dish into divine excellence. People with a high spice tolerance understand the importance of the sauce, but with...

Twins may be similar in looks but they are very much their own person.

The perfect match

Julia Sumpter, Staff Reporter | November 18, 2020

When senior, identical twins Brooke and Haley White come home everyday, they both have individual conversations with their mom. After having her daily conversation with her twins, their mom tells them...

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