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Chanel Miller’s memoir on surviving sexual assault highlights oversight of high schools to teach consent

Chanel Miller’s memoir on surviving sexual assault highlights oversight of high schools to teach consent

Rachel Suggs '21, Web News Editor

October 8, 2019

Chanel Miller, survivor of a highly publicised 2015 sexual assault, revealed her identity through the Sept. 24 publication of her memoir, “Know My Name,” after four years of anonymity in the media. By doing so, she not only forever changed the way we view sexual assault, but she exposed the weakness of...

New library renovations offer students ideal studying environment

New library renovations offer students ideal studying environment

Tierney Kugel '22, Paper Arts Editor

October 6, 2019

Students no longer have to awkwardly stack homework assignments on a cramped coffee shop table or suffer through the chaos that comes with studying at home. After several long months of anticipation and patience, the library renovations are finally complete. These improvements include more seating, a preferred layout, updated technology and stronger WiFi, resulting in a tranq...

College names don’t define who you are

College names don’t define who you are

Emma Van Riper ’20, Social Media Director

September 26, 2019

As I start my senior year, I figured I’m bound to be asked by various people where I want to go to school next year. However, I didn’t figure that every parent of my friends, every doctor, every dentist or any adult I talked to would bring up college. It’s even worse with kids in my own grade, as ...

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