Some walk-outs are momentous, others are trivial.
Montana Morgan explores the basics of ASMR — a Youtube trend involving personalities making simple sounds meant to sooth viewers.
Students respond to tragedy: “The thing is, as much as I would love to be worrying about prom dresses and college acceptance letters, in my mind, I can’t think about anything now except change.”
Guest writer Sam Walter offers opinion on the problem of illegal immigration.
Jilian Craig explores the burdens of standardized testing in Ohio
The Editorial Board, which consists of the editors of eSomethin, determines the content of the website, and all unsigned editorials. When an unsigned editorial is published, it signals that the staff of eSomethin shares a unified opinion.
Avery Cook identifies an unintended consequence of the exam opt-out policy.
Isabel Palmer, is one of the only freshmen who elaborated her answer, said “Speak relates to people in more ways. We do not want to be learning about things that aren’t even happening in my life. I want to read about things that will make me more aware so I understand things that would happen”.
Rape culture does not mean that everyone is tolerant with rape. It exists when rape is the punchline of a joke, a threat made online, or used as an analogy for business and sports losses.
Opinion: “Student’s dress/appearance including length, style, skin exposure, etc. should be appropriate for a high school educational setting.” But what does “appropriate” really mean?