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When excessive absences become okay

Karina Duncan, Feature Writer

February 3, 2020

Imagine having to pick between going to prom or going to a funeral. Over the past year, I have seen how strict the administration been with absences with students. The attendance contract being an issue for teenagers in highs...

Music strikes the key

Music strikes the key

February 3, 2020

Cps Strike. Is it worth it?

Nandi Smith, feature writer

December 16, 2019

Chicago Public school teachers struck for what was the longest teacher strike in decades. The call for change from teachers lasted a total of 11 days, causing a mix of reactions from all of those affected. CPS is the third-l...

How important are likes?

Erica Bjorklund, Op-Ed

December 15, 2019

Instagram has been famous for its like ever since the app first came out in 2010, and now those likes might just go away. Even though some people may not like to admit, we all look at the number of likes we get on each post, a...

Is the dress code out of style?

Erica Bjorklund, Op-Ed

December 15, 2019

Going back to school everyone wants the perfect outfit, but with a restricting school dress code, we can't express our styles in the way we want. Because of the tradition of having a dress code, students have begun to accept t...

Christmas grows old with you

Erica Bjorklund, Op-Ed writer

December 15, 2019

Waking up on Christmas morning is something all kids love, but as people get older they look forward to it less and less. Every year around Christmas time I would have a whole list prepared for my parents by the end of Novemb...

Stereotypes Will Never Die

Stereotypes Will Never Die

December 13, 2019

Kicking Cable to the curb

December 13, 2019

Disney began their career as a streaming service with a bang by signing ten million subscribers within the first 24 hours of launching. In the past, the marketplace for streaming services has been dominated by Netflix, but that...

Sampling vs. Plagiarism

Nathan Sundell, Op-Ed Writer

November 20, 2019

Once again another case of plagiarism ensues, this time between Jacksonville pop punk band Yellowcard accusing rapper Juice WRLD of ripping melodic elements from the band’s 2006 song “Holly Wood Died” to use for the rap...

The Drug That Is Tech

The Drug That Is Tech

October 30, 2019

Trumps Empire On The Fall

October 30, 2019

And once again we’re back to the infamous tv personality turned president, Donald J. Trump. It may not be shocking that he’s a big topic once again, but probably the most shocking point of interest is that we might soon not have ...

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