Why mental health education is necessary

Evalyne Simpson, Reporter

May 26, 2020

Mental illness is an issue that so many young people struggle with, but no one really wants to talk about it. The CDC reports that less than 50% of teenagaers who have a mental illness receive treatment for their condition . Mental il...

MASH seniors face the road ahead

Ryan Neely, Reporter

May 26, 2020

Remember March 13th? The last day of school? You probably do, to some extent. For reference, it was a week after our school’s production of Les Mis (which, as others have pointed out, we were very lucky to have had in time). There was lo...

Bettering your mind for a better you

Erin Harris, Sports Editor

April 3, 2020

Stress, anxiety, worry. These are only a few things that wander around the minds of teenagers. So many things factor into how our minds handle certain situations. Though it is hard, teens have to learn how to put their minds at...

The College Board and You

Ryan Neely

March 27, 2020

As you progress through your high school career, one organization that will likely have some impact on you is the College Board. They are best known for producing the SAT and the Advanced Placement (AP) Program. That said, this o...

Staying positive in the New Year

Emma Brooks, Reporter

January 21, 2020

Staying positive can be hard for a lot of people to do, especially when you have a lot on your plate. In high school, it can be hard to keep up with your work and extracurriculars and focus on your mental health while juggling al...

Does this impeachment really matter?

Ryan Neely, Reporter

December 13, 2019

Oh boy. We’ve really come to it, haven’t we? After all these years of talking about impeachment, I was beginning to think that it wasn’t even coming. Perhaps all of that hype wasn’t really a good idea. Like The Boy Who Cried W...

The streaming wars commence

Ryan Neely, Reporter

December 5, 2019

On January 16, 2007, The New York Times published the following story: “Netflix to Deliver Movies to the PC”. At the time, this foray into streaming was a free bonus for the subscribers to their DVD-by-mail service. Today,...

This year's homecoming court poses for a picture on the

Homecoming 2019

October 15, 2019

An Election to Forget

Ryan Neely, Reporter

September 30, 2019

In the 2020 Democratic Primary, each candidate seems to be competing to present the most extreme (sorry, I mean “bold”) ideas that they can possibly come up with. This was not always what the Democratic Party stood for. Tak...

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