Halloween with new fright; Maryland sets limits 

LEIGHA MACBURNEY , Reporter

October 23, 2019

       Costume. Candy. Curfew.  Each year kids from all over the world get dressed and ready to Trick-or-Treat but Maryland is finally cracking down on what can be worn, how late children can stay out, and how old they ...

Alabama football coach teaches  students adult life-long skill

GRACE FELDBUSH, Reporter

October 23, 2019

  VIEWPOINT       Learning everyday life skills are usually a priority for parents to teach their kids. An Alabama football coach in a neighborhood that faces extreme poverty and lack of parental involvement ...

Sleeping during class, high school struggles

Samuel Sgambelluri, Reporter

June 13, 2019

    When we were little kids (before we were all grown up and boring), we absolutely hated sleep. All we wanted to do was run around outside, scream and yell. Going to bed before nine seemed like a chore.    Fast fo...

Kids’ stress rising, GPA scores declining

June 13, 2019

    Imagine this: You do all your homework, every night, every day of the year. You get 100’s on every classwork and every homework. Then, just when you think you’re going home to see that big smile on your parents’ fa...

In living color : Fostering a love of life

Julia Foster, Reporter

May 21, 2019

My life is a coloring book. Each page is unique and bold, unparalleled to the next.  This moment is my favorite page. Overwhelmed with opportunity to use colors others wouldn’t dare, I spread myself across the paper. ...

Banding together to make a difference; Student voices carry impact

January 24, 2019

It’s hard to avoid the difficult parts of life. Bad relationships, sudden death, school shootings, budget cuts. As teenagers growing up in the 21st century, we’re surrounded by things seemingly beyond our control. After all w...

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