It’s Just a Bathroom!

By Lee Shiffer ’23 The modern education system has many flaws, but in recent efforts to…

Iraq: A Just War

By Logan Spurrier ‘22 Strewn about my room are piles of books relating to conflicts, of…

Reconsidering the Value of Museums

By Natalia Patila ’23 The carelessness of Gen-Z might be the downfall of museums. Technology has…

Drug Prohibition and the Consequences of Criminalization

By Michael Vergenes ’22 The atrocities of the war on drugs declared by Nixon in 1971…

Broadway is Not Yet “Yassified”

By Emilia Spina ’22 Applause echoes throughout the theater as a line of actors take their…

Does Life360 Help or Harm Families?

By Emilia Spina ‘22 In 2020 alone, there were 3.5 billion smartphone users around the world,…

Be More Holiday Inclusive This Winter

By Annie Miller ‘25 Christmas can be the most magical time of the year. Hot cocoa,…

Social Anxiety Weighs on Teens in School

By Katie Logue ‘25 Social anxiety affects many people, especially students in high school. It is…

A New Way to Elect Student Leadership

By Alison Harner ‘24 School governments are nothing new. Education systems across the globe give the…

Covid Vaccines Should Become Mandatory in Schools

By Annie Miller ‘25 Ever since 2020, in-school learning situations have been compromised due to Covid-19.…