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The Film That Shook Hollywood

The Film That Shook Hollywood

Kian Nassirzadeh

February 26, 2020

Parasite broke waves in Hollywood recently after taking home 4 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Foreign Picture, making it the first film history to win both Best Foreign Picture and Best Picture. Parasite is brought to audiences by Korean visionary d...

Which to wear? A look at Smart Watches from this year

Which to wear? A look at Smart Watches from this year

Ramani Arunachalam, Administrator

December 10, 2019

            Are you thinking of buying something for your loved one this holiday season, without breaking the bank? Well, good news for you because we know the thing that you’re looking for! Smart watches are all the trend this season, and we know that it’s true, because even Google knows...

America Is For All, Not Just Whites

Meena Thakurdial, Contributor

May 21, 2019

In today’s century we are dealing with a new modern day oppression. White supremacy, the belief that white people are superior to others because of their race. They believe that certain people don't belong here in America. America needs to clean up there act and fight against white supremacy. Dur...

Women Empowerment Wednesday: Emma González

Women Empowerment Wednesday: Emma González

Ashanti Farrington, Administrator

March 20, 2019

In our second feature piece for International Women’s month, we are honoring a brave and courageous young woman by the name of Emma González. Emma González is an American activist and an advocate for gun control. On February 14th, 2018 there was a devastating school shooting that took place at ...

PDA (Public Displays of Affection)

Austin Parker, Administrator

March 19, 2019

Public displays of affection are where teens in the halls of this high school proceed to show their... “affection” towards another person. This can cause people to feel uncomfortable in the halls as teens/teachers are walking to get to their classes. To others that are forced to see two classmates...

Women Empowerment Wednesday: Malala Yousafzai

Women Empowerment Wednesday: Malala Yousafzai

Ashanti Farrington, Administrator

March 12, 2019

In honor of International Women’s month, we have decided to do feature pieces on influential and inspiring women. Malala Yousafzai is one of those women. Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist who advocates for the importance of women’s education in Pakistan ever since she was a child. On Octob...

Finding Security in Our State : Why U.S. Foreign Intervention is Still Necessary

J. A. Soileau, N/A

March 5, 2019

With the recent INF (Intermediate Nuclear Forces) withdrawal by the United States, tensions between the Western and Eastern Blocs have reached a new peak. The treaty, first enacted in 1985, barred the two superpowers from developing and staging short to intermediate range nuclear missiles.   ...

What comes first the school or the student?

Madison Zweber, Contributer

December 3, 2018

Sexual assault has become a spotlight in the media. Recent events, such as the Kavanaugh case and the #metoo movement have drawn attention to sexual assault and harassment. This has then opened up a discussion on how we respond to sexual misconduct. The movement against sexual harassment is gaining mo...