OPINION: The whistleblower is a Trojan Horse for impeachment

By Chase Morrone, Opinion Editor

November 27, 2019

An unnamed whistleblower filed a complaint in August about a phone call President Trump made in July to President Zelensky of Ukraine; the Whistleblower said that Trump asked Zelensky to look into Senator Joe Biden’s son’s b...

OPINION: More hand dryers needed in bathrooms

By Gabby Pawlowski, Contributor

November 18, 2019

Washing your hands is a simple task. Run water, apply soap, wash it off, then dry your hands with a paper towel or hand dryer. For some people, the decision between the two is simply a personal preference. But what if it came...

OPINION: The need for a ‘Brain Break’

By Angelina Scalici, Apprentice Editor

November 5, 2019

As a student with a job, advanced classes and extracurriculars, I find it extremely hard to stay on top of everything that needs to be done. I have an internal battle with myself when I feel like I need a mental health day off,...

OPINION: Education shouldn’t come with such a high cost

By Lauren Snerson, Apprentice Editor

November 5, 2019

Most students spend their entire childhood hearing that an education is the best way to be successful. AP tests and rigorous classes prepare you for the SAT and ACT, which leads you to applying to college which ultimately pla...

OPINION: Students should learn about climate change

By Charley Rich, Contributor

November 5, 2019

At this point, most people have agreed that climate change is real and presents a very real problem to the world, though many people seem to gloss over it. Being that the next generation will have to deal with climate change it ...

OPINION: The case for taking the bus

By Chase Morrone, Opinion Editor

October 30, 2019

The seniors know; the underclassmen know; everyone knows. Cars are bumper-to-bumper in the morning, stuck in stressful traffic. As a result, many seniors are left rushing out of their cars at 7:40, hoping not to tack another late...

OPINION: We need to bridge the political divide

By Chase Morrone, Opinion Editor

October 30, 2019

Since the early to mid 1800s, Republicans and Democrats have had somewhat different ideologies, but in today’s world, both parties have drifted so far away from each other that anyone still in the middle is scolded by both sides....

STAFF EDITORIAL: Set time away from screens

October 30, 2019

Growing up in an entirely digital world, we find it genuinely hard to stay away from technology. It is a part of our school lives, work lives and, most important, our free time. Looking up from your phone while at lunch or ha...