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Bright future ahead for the Panthers

Colin Zavacky, Sports Editor August 8, 2021

With the 2021 football season and summer practices rapidly approaching, some of the key players on the team voice their opinion on what the upcoming season will look like for the panthers. When asked...

Why being a teenage girl feels impossible

Why being a teenage girl feels impossible

Rylea Townsend, News Editor August 8, 2021

Being a teenage girl requires patience. Some may say that there’s nothing teen girls can participate in without receiving backlash. You play sports? Oh, you’re trying too hard. You like makeup? Wow,...

Hitting snooze on stress and late-night assignments

Hitting snooze on stress and late-night assignments

Katie Lohr, Copy Editor May 27, 2021

Every student has experienced the painful exhaustion of a late-night study session at least once in their lives, whether it’s cramming for a final or a weekly all-nighter. Balancing high-achieving classes,...

Student art showcase, May

Student art showcase, May

Emma Garrett, Writer, Photography Editor May 6, 2021

Let’s talk about the “R” slur

Let’s talk about the “R” slur

Abigail McCormick, Design Editor, Writer May 5, 2021

The words “retard” and “retarded” stem from the term “mental retardation”. The term “mental retardation” was first introduced in 1961, and it was not meant to be derogatory; it was a medical...

Little Women takes the stage

Little Women takes the stage

Rylea Townsend, News Editor May 5, 2021

Despite challenges caused by COVID-19 restrictions, the spring musical has finally arrived. Little Women tells the story of the March sisters dealing with love, loss, and hardships throughout their lives....

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More than a bloody amoeba

Katie Lohr, Copy Editor April 27, 2021

By now the news has struck nearly every corner of the earth- Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has died.  Prince Philip was born on June 10, 1921, in Greece. Descending...

The best of the best

The best of the best

Rylea Townsend, News Editor April 12, 2021

Excitement is on the rise as Hollywood prepares for its most prestigious and infamous award show in film, the Academy Awards, better known as The Oscars. The Oscars are being held on Sunday, April 25 in...

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Fighting against the rise in AAPI hate crimes

Sage Spohn, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2021

Nearly a year after George Floyd's death, the streets are once again flooded with protesters fighting against racism and discrimination. This time, however, it is because of the recent world-wide rise...

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March = Upsets

Constantine Donahue, Sports Editor March 31, 2021

March is known for upsets, hence the name “March Madness.” 64 teams around the country are in a tournament, four divisions, 16 teams in each. They’re all ranked 1-16, and fans would think that the...

The brains behind Vitamin Water media presence

The brains behind Vitamin Water media presence

Joseph Exley, Editor-in-Chief January 4, 2021

Vitamin Water, originally an offshoot of Glacéau, was created in 2000 until being sold to Coca Cola for 4.1 billion dollars in May of 2007 and has been a household name and beloved favorite for years....

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