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Election for Student Member of the Board of Education

Election for Student Member of the Board of Education

Megan Young, Elizabethton High School

Times are changing with the season at Elizabethton High School, as students are being granted the ability to have a say in the school’s future – a student will have the...  Read More »

Dec 9

Nudist Resort Restores Broken Faith in My Naked Body

Nudist Resort Restores Broken Faith in My Naked Body

Scott Bright

It’s 9:45 a.m. I am naked. I am walking through the woods. The coffee is making me more cognizant of my situation. Where am I again? Before coffee. A leaf crunches....  Read More »

Dec 8

Scorps Spotlight 14: Jaime Jaquez Jr.

Scorps Spotlight 14: Jaime Jaquez Jr.

Haelley Hogan, Adolfo Camarillo High School

The squeak of sneakers and the bouncing of the ball on the court are familiar sounds for Cam High sophomore Jaime Jaquez Jr. Jaquez has loved basketball for almost his whole...  Read More »

Dec 7

Advanced Science Research grants scientific freedom and flexibility

Advanced Science Research grants scientific freedom and flexibility

Javier Whitaker-Castaneda, St. Paul Academy and Summit School

Similar to a choose your own adventure novel, students in the Advanced Science Research class can choose any path they want through a year long science lab. Mussels, bird...  Read More »

Dec 7

Films: a platform for gender empowerment

Films: a platform for gender empowerment

Mahima Siripurapu, Lambert High School

In a country where women’s rights have progressed so much over the last 7 decades, it is easy to overlook the plight of the female gender across the world. According to...  Read More »

Dec 7

The Team Behind the Team

The Team Behind the Team

Gonzalo Garrido-Gonzalez, Lake Ridge High School

There is a very important team here at Lake Ridge. They have made the playoffs every single year, yet never won a trophy. No, it's not the football, volleyball, or soccer...  Read More »

Dec 7

The bees’ last buzz

The bees’ last buzz

Lauren Becker, The John Carroll School

Social studies teacher Darrion Siler zips up his bee suit and puts on his veil. He goes outside to check on his beehives and opens the lid to look inside. To his dismay, one...  Read More »

Dec 6

Junior Erin Lerch volunteers at the Crisis Nursery

Junior Erin Lerch volunteers at the Crisis Nursery

Vivian Shinall, Benilde-St. Margaret's

Whether it’s through our Red Knight Volunteer Corps, a discipleship class, or just by personal choice, most BSM students will volunteer at some point in their career as...  Read More »

Dec 6

New affinity group celebrates Latino culture

New affinity group celebrates Latino culture

Noor Qureishy, St. Paul Academy and Summit School

Latino students, like many other minority groups at school, comprise a small but important portion of the student body. St. Paul Academy and Summit School had never had an...  Read More »

Dec 6

Over 100 Students Potentially Save More than 300 Lives in Central Fall Blood Drive

Over 100 Students Potentially Save More than 300 Lives in Central Fall Blood Drive

December 6, 2016

Artists of Watchung Hills Leave a Lasting Legacy

Artists of Watchung Hills Leave a Lasting Legacy

December 6, 2016

Each year, the members of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) create artwork to fill galleries and...  Read More »

Lessons of the Shoah creates controversy

Lessons of the Shoah creates controversy

December 5, 2016

On Thursday, Nov. 11, JC hosted, “Lessons of the Shoah: The Long-Term Legacy of the Holocaust,” a...  Read More »

‘Not hearing loss, deaf gain’

‘Not hearing loss, deaf gain’

December 2, 2016

The chairs in room B110 are arranged in a circle. Just a few desks are scattered along the walls. Humorous...  Read More »