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The Ambiguous Case #1: The Master Procrastinator

April 30, 2012

By Brian Park Executive In-depth Editor Have you ever panicked during school because you did not have a clue of what to do? Or thought and thought but still couldn’t come up with a decision? Hi, I’m Brian and I am here to find the solutions to any instance at school that looks ambiguous, so you know what...

35 Happy thoughts, thought 22

April 27, 2012

Hello there, my name is Miranda Holloway, and as a junior I am a member of the 500 something most stressed out people in school. Not only am I a junior but I am a student, along with about 2100 other kids, at one of the top ten high schools in the state and while the stress at any school can get roug...

82* Angry Thoughts: Thought 4

April 25, 2012

I’m Chris, and I don’t care for most things. This may come off as pessimistic, but think about it for a moment. Between global warming, corrupt politicians and hangnails, there’s a lot in this world to hate. And I, in an unprecedented (well kind of precedented) show of bitter cynicism, am bringi...

Wacky News

April 23, 2012

By Nabi Dressler News Editor The story: UCLA accidentally told 894 high school seniors they got accepted; they're actually still on the waitlist. My take: I can't begin to explain how awful I feel for these students. Disappointment, especially on this scale, has to be really hard to deal with. Just imagine working your butt off for academics, sports and clubs for four years, a...

Wacky News

April 23, 2012

By Jenny Johnson News Editor The Story: Mad scientist chef Heston Blumenthal and Damien Hirst where the first to create United Kingdom's popular treat, Jaffa cakes, into a lick-able wallpaper. Engine, a communications firm in London, were the first to have 1,325 McVitie's Jaffa Cakes posted to...

35 Happy thoughts, thought 21

April 4, 2012

By Miranda Holloway Executive Online Editor Hello there, my name is Miranda Holloway, and as a junior I am a member of the 500 something most stressed out people in school. Not only am I a junior but I am a student, along with about 2100 other kids, at one of the top ten high schools in the state and...

82* Angry Thoughts: Thought 3

April 3, 2012

By Chris Kivlahan Staff Writer I’m Chris, and I don’t care for most things. This may come off as pessimistic, but think about it for a moment. Between global warming, corrupt politicians and hangnails, there’s a lot in this world to hate. And I, in an unprecedented (well kind of precedented) sho...

Wacky News: anger room

March 26, 2012

By Kiley Walsh Opinion Editor The Story: A woman in Dallas is done with people bottling up their anger. As a solution to this problem, she has created an "anger room." The Anger Room is a room that Donna Alexander has created after years of verbal abuse while working in a call center. The room lets peo...

An awkward moment with Kelly

March 26, 2012

By Kelly Schoessling Staff Writer Friends on diets After getting up at 5:45 am, waking my older brother up repeatedly until 6:45am, and three long rigorous 50 minutes classes, there's only one thing that motivates me to keep getting through my school day, lunch. Ah lunch, the only class that I beg the cloc...

Wacky News

March 19, 2012

  By Nabi Dressler News Editor The story: Girl Scouts in Tyngsborough, Mass., sold cookies outside a Walmart in Hudson, N.H., or so they thought. When the troop leader, Dianna Mines, went to a bank to make the deposit of the $258 the troop had earned, she learned someone used four counterfeit $20 bills to "pay" for cookies. These Girls Scouts were raising the money for a May hiking trip...

Emmy's Emmys: Biggest Disappointment

March 19, 2012

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Caution Spoiler Alert Ahead Tonight “Pretty Little Liars” viewers were finally going to get what they wanted: to know who the mysterious A was. (For those of you who don’t know, A is the stalker of the four ‘Liars’ Aria, Spencer, Hannah and Emily) I had spe...

Wacky News

March 10, 2012

By Kiley Walsh Opinion Editor The Story: A recent flood in New South Wales was the most rain hit in 38 years. While people have evacuated in Griffith, a town of about 25,000 people, and in Forbes, a town of 7,000 people, a new type of species have come to like all the rain: wolf spiders. The wolf s...

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