Homecoming 2016. A sea of teenagers spans across the gymnasium. The night is full of opportunity; who knows what could happen… Why are my feet being crushed? Why is this person uncomfortably close to me? WHY AM I HEARING FIREBALL FOR THE FIFTH TIME??? While students had their own issues with the annual dance, one common… Read More Op-Ed: Revamp Homecoming Music
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Having been in this school district since kindergarten, I’ve had first-hand experience with the district’s open mind and willingness to engage in meaningful discussion when there’s dissent among students, faculty, and community members. From the student input surveys for the “Start School Later” initiative to the open School Board meetings, students have always had a… Read More Op-Ed: Change the Dress Code
Reports on North Korea conjure up horror stories of forced labor camps, a desire and capability to fire a barrage of artillery at Seoul at a moment’s notice, and nuclear bombs allegedly aimed at America’s west coast, South Korea, and Japan. Taken together, these factors incline many to believe the only way to deal with… Read More Peace with North Korea