Wolf's Howl

Stop Using Self Care as a Flex: A Competition of Trauma

Jazmyn Hill, Reporter

October 30, 2019

Sometimes people just need a listening ear, rather than an unwelcome comeback to make one’s issue seem insignificant. As a society, we should be tired of others taking our time of need as a chance to shine a light on their...

Unity or Personality? Why school uniforms should be required.

Tayonna Henderson, Reporter

October 30, 2019

Most people would say that students all wearing the same items of clothing would decrease the amount of bullying that happens in public and private schools. School uniform can help students focus more on their education than what they...

Stanton to the Cardinals?

Hayden See, Reporter

October 30, 2019

With cleanup hitter Marcell Ozuna likely departing, and the lack of offense displayed in the NLCS still fresh on the mind, it begs the question: is Giancarlo Stanton the answer? We’ve been through this before, as he declined a t...

School Uniforms: An Op/Ed

Kya Gooch, Reporter

October 30, 2019

For many students, waking up early in the morning for the school day and throwing on their boring, mandatory uniform is routine. This uniform is a way to make students conform to a certain standard. Students lose their ability to ...

Funding for Arts Programs

October 30, 2019

Taking an active role in the arts, such as music and drawing, helps the mind take in information more efficiently and enable students to become more well rounded. A recent study conducted by Houston Education Research Consortiu...

Are Chromebooks Durable?

Are Chromebooks Durable?

October 30, 2019

The Crippling Problem of Student Loans

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

October 30, 2019

College and higher education should be an absolute right for citizens of the United States. It is unfair to lower social and economic classes to have them pay an exorbitant amount for higher learning. Plus, since more people would be able to att...

Is Gymnastics A Sport?

Kayla Davito, Reporter

October 30, 2019

Gymnastics, like dance or cheer, is often questioned for whether or not it is a sport. Many argue that since it is practiced year-round, it is not. They say that it can be considered an art or a hobby, but not a sport. However...

Too Many Streaming Service

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

October 30, 2019

Back in the early days of streaming services, people only had to pay for one or two to unlock the never-ending possibilities of stream-able entertainment. Currently, there seem to be hundreds of streaming services, with each o...

Daily Story: Schools NEED to Teach ASL

Kya Gooch, Reporter

October 30, 2019

American Sign Language, commonly known as ASL, should be taught in high school. Most high schools offer a variety of language classes such as French, Spanish, and German, but few of them offer an ASL class. ASL is an import...

Mario Kart Tour: Review

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

October 30, 2019

Mario Kart Tour released on September 25. While many long time Mario Kart fans were pleased to have it, the game feels incomplete and difficult to control.  Visually the game is just like the rest of the recent Mario Kart...

America Must Overhaul Gun Laws: An Op/Ed

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

October 7, 2019

Two mass shootings shook Missouri and Kansas over the weekend, catapulting the states to the front pages of national news sights. In the two shootings, one at a bar in Kansas City, Kansas, and another at a party in an open field nea...

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