Can’t Buy Me Love

Emily Koke

February 14, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinions

A once loving holiday, acclaimed for its romantic values, has now become riddled with novelties. A person can’t even walk through the grocery store without being bombarded with love and their crippling loneliness. The love has been ...

In Defense of Capitalism

In Defense of Capitalism

February 10, 2017

New Year’s Resolutions: Helpful or Harmful?

Allie Highsmith, Herald Reporter

January 21, 2017

Filed under Opinions

By making a New Year’s Resolution, most people believe that they will really follow through with what they have promised themselves and improve as a person. Resolutions often work, if the person is committed to what they have...

Reflecting on Resolutions

Reflecting on Resolutions

December 21, 2016

Our Testing System is Broken

Hayden Peirce, Copy Editor

December 21, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

As high schoolers, we all have to deal with the burden of tests. From quizzes to final exams, tests are used as the primary tool to assess students in almost every class. The question that surrounds testing is whether or not tests...

Dear Freshman: Our Fear of the Unknown – FINALS

Lauren David, Reporter

December 21, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Dear Freshmen,   It’s the most wonderful time of the year...and the worst. Finals are here and the weight of it all is setting in. Many of us started studying weeks ago in paranoia, while others waited until the last m...