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Second languages should be welcomed by society to preserve cultural identity

Second languages should be welcomed by society to preserve cultural identity

Ayaan Nadeem December 11, 2023

Like many other first generation immigrants, I grew up with English as a second language. My mom didn’t know much English at the time, so I mainly used my mother tongue, Urdu, and learned English later...

In light of National College decision day on May 1, seniors reflect on possible choices

In light of National College decision day on May 1, seniors reflect on possible choices

Ayaan Nadeem May 1, 2023

National College decision day is on May 1. At this point, most schools require students to pick which school they plan to attend. For senior Sarah Dawood, in order to decide on which college to go...

Sophomores Lynn Perrin and Izzy Holtz partake in a discussion about issues that trans students face at school and in life in general during the GSA meeting on Wednesday, April 19.

Students, assistant principal respond to new anti-LGBTQ legislation

Lorna Ding April 28, 2023

Deadnaming is the act of referring to someone by the name they no longer use, and if junior Ren Olson had to come out as transgender again today, he said there would be a possibility he would choose to...

Ashlyn Walker, co-executive director of Confront the Climate Crisis and junior,
speaks during a climate rally at the Indiana Statehouse. Walker said, “I think climate change is a bipartisan issue...It affects everyone in the world.”

New climate education requirements may draw more students to consider their environmental impact, engaging in advocacy

Chenyao Liu March 6, 2023

Last year, senior Elise Varhan had a choice to make. As an IB student, she needed to complete a science credit. Instead of going with the traditional branches of science, she decided to take an environmental...

Junior Pari Batra visits the library to read some newspapers. She said news from social media have a high probability of being false.

Students weigh pros and cons of news from social media

Ayaan Nadeem November 7, 2022

World communications week is Nov. 1 to Nov. 7. According to the Pew Research Center, 70% of U.S. adults consume news from Facebook. Many students at this school also said they get the majority of news...

Sophomore Anna Hesser said she deals with seasonal allergies. Hesser said her pollen allergy deters her from going outside and getting close to flowers.

Students, nurse share impacts of seasonal allergies to everyday life

Rose Clark October 28, 2022

Sophomore Dolly Metzger deals with seasonal allergies. They said allergies affect their day-to-day life and make them hesitant to do some activities.  “I deal with allergies every day of my life,”...

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