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Google meet etiquette lacks serious participation

Students continuously sleep in their beds during class calls.

Tori Wilson ’22, Staff Writer

May 11, 2020

I have always struggled with the aspect of waking up early for school. I tend to be late for class, however, with the new schedule rotation, I am able to manage waking up in time to get ready for online class. Numerous students are treating these school days as a joke and are not attending classes...

November 29, 2010 | Preparing for the New Season

November 29, 2010 | Preparing for the New Season

November 29, 2010

Photo by Sammie Hardy '119:35 a.m. The Staples edible garden prepares for the upcoming Spring season by replanting and cleaning up each beds from the previous year. Students from the AP Environmental Science classes have finished cleaning up each bed....

A Breakdown of the Mental Breakdown: Why High School is So Stressful

A Breakdown of the Mental Breakdown: Why High School is So Stressful

October 28, 2010

Image by programwitch via Flickr Cheyenne Haslett '13 Web Features Editor Last weekend I had a mental breakdown. At least that’s what I’m calling it. It was my fourth mental breakdown this year. It was over an English paper. English is stressful, and I couldn’t think of an idea for this paper, but wha...

It’s Electric: Tanning Trend Engenders Health Concerns

TANNING TREND: Tanning beds have become increasingly popular among teenagers. Most notably, the trend was exemplified by the MTV reality show “Jersey Shore.” | Photo by Lucy Sinclair '11

February 2, 2010

Alix Neenan '12 Staff Writer According to an article published by the Skin Cancer Foundation on March 24, 2004, 37 percent of female and 11 percent of male white American adolescents between the ages of 13 and 19 have stripped down to their bathing suits, strapped on their goggles for safety,...

Failed Attempts to Interpret The Teen Mind

Failed Attempts to Interpret The Teen Mind

December 3, 2009

Shannon Moss ’11 Staff Writer The phrase, “say what you mean and mean what you say,” may be ideal for most situations, but when I talk to my parents, it just doesn’t happen. Take, for instance, an average night at the Moss household. When my dad calls to tell my brother (Grant) and I dinner is ready, bets start on how long until food is ...

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