As I approach the halfway point of my junior year, I find myself realizing something alarming. No, not that I am totally in over my head as far as classes go; I knew that from day one of junior year. The alarming thing that I’ve begun to realize is that it has become socially acceptable
October is spooky month. Everyone spends the entire month looking forward to Halloween, and on November first, Halloween is over and people move on. December should be Christmas month. Everyone spends the entire month looking forward to Christmas, and afterwards, they move on. I don’t think I’m alone in saying that I don’t approve of
Seniors, Becca Bonham and Sara Bennet, talk about their unpopular opinions on the topic of Halloween.
Jake Paul has been making videos for as long as he can remember; usually involving some form of wild antics such as pranks on his friends. He is well known for promoting his merch, whether it be for tour or his t-shirts. Some argue he goes too far in his advertising, especially for his young
Venom is an action-filled, suspenseful movie. It is playing at Pella Cinemas until Thursday, October 25. Personally, I have never really enjoyed movies that were like this. I usually enjoy romance, comedy, and horror movies. However, Venom was a really great movie with lots of plot twists, leaving you on your toes the whole time.
If you’re a junior or senior, most likely you’ve already taken the ACT. I have taken it twice now, and have received the same results both times. The thing is I don’t know how I got the same score both times I took it. My first time I studied just a little bit and did
Before I quit my job, I was working between 20 and 30 hours a week. That averaged out to about three or four days a week of five-hour shifts, along with a couple of six or seven-hour shifts on the weekends. It wasn’t so bad at first. I was making money, and I had more
When I say that I run social media pages for sexual violence, people usually say “ohhh,” and pretend like it doesn’t sound crazy. Some people choose to use me as “an interesting or obscure hobby” on Human Bingo. It isn’t what people would expect a sophomore in high school to do, especially not willingly, but
On February 24, 1969, in the landmark case Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, it was decided that students do not surrender their constitutional rights at school. But what does this mean for students today? Obviously, certain rules apply at school. While you are permitted to express your opinion according to your freedom
What is the beginning of the school year without a new change for students to complain about? Last year, students complained about homeroom every Monday and flexiSched. This year brought around many fun changes! Of the changes, a policy banning backpacks during the day is perhaps one of the most drastic. As a student, I