In a new podcast, Henry, Sam and Charlie discuss the new orange hall passes and the quality of school lunches.
Some students admire Kaepernick’s courage.
Ainsley Sutter: As a student-athlete, I love athletic apparel and accessories, Nike being my favorite. But after learning that Kaepernick is the face of the 30th anniversary of the “Just Do It” campaign, I’m sad to say that I will cease to be purchasing Nike products.
Charlie Hebert reminds us that Labor Day is more than a vacation from school.
Trump needs to realize that he cannot just say whatever he wants anymore, that his words have serious repercussions.
As an iPhone 6 owner, I could run out and buy a pair of classic plug-in Apple earbuds for $30. That, and two other iPhone 6s cost less that Apple’s new iPhone X.
The actual definition of feminism is one of equality. That no matter what your gender, sexuality, identity, race, religion, class, or handicap is that you are no better and no worse than another human being- that the only thing that can define you is yourself.
17-year-olds have been living during the most deadly mass shooting in American history four times. Chelsea Fisher offers facts and a call to action on these incidents.
Some NFL fans just want to watch our regular weekend football, not political football.
“I don’t think banning book bags is a good idea because I don’t know my locker combination and there is only five minutes between class,” said sophomore Haley Noel.