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Review: Is Daisy Jones and The Six bringing the 70s back? [MUSE]

Review: Is “Daisy Jones and The Six” bringing the 70s back? [MUSE]

Caitlin Follman April 2, 2023

A new series, “Daisy Jones and The Six,” recently made its debut on the streaming channel Amazon Prime Video. As soon as I saw the cast, which includes actors such as Sam Claffin, Riley Keough, Suki...

Senior Avery Guo works on a digital art project on her laptop. Guo said she uses a keyboard cover so that she can draw with her e-pencil without having to touch the screen.

Creativity accelerated by COVID-19, students reflect on pandemic three years ago

Evelyn Foster March 31, 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic shackled many people to their houses for months on end. But for those like Avery Guo, president of the Artist’s Association and senior, this wasn’t such a bad thing. Over the...

Students, social worker share near-miss experiences, reflect on impacts

Students, social worker share near-miss experiences, reflect on impacts

Lorna Ding March 23, 2023

Content warning: This story includes references to a car accident and trauma exposure. Senior Ali Schuman and her mom go to the gym every Friday morning at 6 a.m. However, one morning in April of 2022...

Club Spotlight: Horror Club

Club Spotlight: Horror Club

Ryan Zhang March 21, 2023

Amanda McDonald, Horror Club leader and junior  Why was the club created? It was created near the beginning of second semester, which was my goal. Unfortunately because I couldn't really advertise...

Student Organ Donation Advocates (SODA) members stand behind their booth at the Indiana Donor Network 5K Walk to Save Lives. Julia Dong (right), SODA vice president and senior, said organ donations could contribute to scientific research as well as saving lives. (Submitted photo: Katie Neglia)

As Organ Donor Day approaches, student, experts reflect importance of registering as an organ donor, common misconceptions

Ryan Zhang February 15, 2023

Feb. 14 marks Organ Donation Day, a day which highlights a growing national issue regarding the lack of available organs for organ transplants. Inspired by the Student Organ Donation Advocates (SODA) organization,...

Adam Havice, health and wellness teacher, directs students with a partner activity. Havice said, “Hopefully, (the sex education curriculum) helps prevent intimate partner violence and helps young people develop healthy relationships of any kind.”

Students hope to see changes to current sex-ed curriculum

Chenyao Liu and Ella Lipnik January 19, 2023

Junior Gabrielle “Gabby” Aitken is one of many students who has taken this school’s required health and wellness education class. Among other topics, teachers in this course go over the topic of...

A menorah lighting ceremony at Max & Mae Simon Jewish Community Campus. Each night, another candle is lit up until the eighth day.

Rabbi, students discuss religious significance, traditions of Hanukkah

Royce Brown December 24, 2022

Junior Samuel Birany helps his mother prepare latkes, also known as potato pancakes, for Hanukkah. Flipping the latkes, he lays them out on a paper towel. According to Birany, many traditions are observed...

Junior Caroline Miller displays the tattoo on her arm. The tattoo reads, Sometimes we laugh sometimes we cry.

With National Tattoo Story Day on Sept. 16, students, tattoo artists share their tattoo stories, discuss stigma

Lorna Ding September 16, 2022

While some people use their voice or writing to tell their stories, senior Sophie Esposito uses her tattoos—one of butterflies and one of the word “balance.” She said both tattoos hold significant...

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