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Cold Shoulder? An Op/Ed on the THS Dress Code

Jazmyn Hill, Reporter

September 20, 2019

How many times have you walked through the doors of school, wearing a shoulder revealing top, only to be stopped by an administrator, who proceeds to tell you that you need to “cover up”? Adolescent girls shoulders have...

Student Parking Lot: An Op/Ed

Kya Gooch, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Student drivers - don’t count on saving much gas money this school year. The single entrance and exit to the student parking lot will leave you waiting upwards of twenty minutes before you can make it out. Although some stud...

E-Sports are a Big Deal: An Op/Ed

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

September 16, 2019

Sitting down and playing video-games on the computer may not be what is pictured when thinking of “traditional” sports. However, with the intense competition and immense talent that players have on stage, Electronic Sport...

“Warmageddon” is upon us

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

September 16, 2019

Thousands of studies conducted by researchers around the world have documented increases in temperature at Earth’s surface, as well as in the atmosphere and oceans. Many other aspects of the global climate are changing as well. H...

Schools Must Stop Technophobia

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

September 16, 2019

Cell phones and schools are two things that generally do not mix well. Each school year, teachers and administrators craft new, creative ways to attempt and regulate cell phone use out of fear that they may cause distraction or d...

Formula E: The Best Racing Series

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

September 16, 2019

Formula E is one of the newest ways to race professionally, and it has some of the coolest features of any type of racing. From fan boosts to attack mode to racing on city streets Formula E is the coolest way to race.  The c...

The Benefits of Year-Round School

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

September 16, 2019

The year-round school has been in place in some school districts for a long time; in others it is a divisive topic for many other districts. In a year-round educational format, schools continues to operate 180 days per year, bu...

St. Charles County Council Should Oppose Missouri Bluffs Development: An Op/Ed

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

September 16, 2019

The St. Charles County Council’s decision to delay a vote on the planned Missouri Bluffs development near Katy Trail was entirely correct, though it is not sufficient. The proposed location for the 221 residence development i...

The Warriors are Unrivaled in the NBA Finals: An Opinion

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

May 30, 2019

The Golden State Warriors are unrivaled again in the NBA finals, they will have an easy time winning their 6th franchise championship. The Warriors are returning to the finals for the fifth year in a row including winning ...

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