White Privilege

Ariana Perry

May 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

  White privilege. Did you click off yet? No? That’s surprising!  People get extremely defensive and uncomfortable with this topic.  I would just like to say that if you were born white, this privilege is purely inevit...

Black Lives Matter

Auriana Perry- Potts, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Black Lives Matter movement has a lot of misconceptions about their intentions of this movements so I’d like to set the wrong perception right. Black Lives Matter is not in anyway a hate or supremacy group.In no way are we saying B...

What Exactly Is Normal?

Natalie Guerrero, Student Editor

May 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

          We live in a society where we are constantly categorized by things such as our race, class, religion, and gender. We battle stereotypes, that according to our society, if we do not follow we are deemed as ...

The HeforShe Movement and Feminism

Julianna Tague, Student Editor

May 15, 2018

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'Feminism’ is a word that has taken on a connotation of negativity in the past twenty years. The world looks at a girl who identifies as a feminist and sees her as ignorant, stupid, abrasive, isolating. Society seems to thi...

Black Lives Matter Movement

Auriana Perry- Potts, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Black Lives Matter movement has a lot of misconceptions about their intentions of this movements so I’d like to set the wrong perception right. Black Lives Matter is not in anyway a hate or supremacy group.In no way are we saying B...

What to do in Case of a School Shooting

Natalie Guerro, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

 A total of 18 school shootings have occurred within 2018, and we are just three months into the year. These issues have become more and more prominent since 1999, when the first major school massacre occurred. People in ou...

Black History’s Constant Neglect.

Ariana Perry- Potts

February 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Around this time last year I was in 6th grade, and this being a new school I was really looking forward to the things it had to offer. Such as making new friends, being in a new environment, and learning new things specificall...

You’re Beautiful

Arianna Perry- Potts, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Fat stomach. Crooked teeth. Lots of acne. Dark skin. Freckles. Stretch marks. What do these and many other and many others all have in common? None of these are even close to society's definition of beauty. Girls often photosho...

Oprah For President?

Oprah For President?

January 17, 2018

The Winter Season Is Starting Back Up Again!

Luca Fermani, Staff Writer

January 10, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Make sure you get out your hats, mittens, and coats because snow is falling down hard! This winter season is supposed to be very harsh and a lot of snow is coming our way. I suggest you bundle up near a fire with blankets. On D...

Net Neutrality: What it Means and What Will Happen to Your Internet If it is Repealed.

Mia Pellerito, Staff Writer

January 10, 2018

Filed under Opinion

All the way back in 2014, President Obama passed the bill for internet neutrality. Net neutrality is Basically a law that prohibits internet providers from speeding up, slowing down, and blocking different websites and apps and...

Democrat Wins Red State Senate Seat

Aurianna Perry-Potts, Staff Writer

January 10, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Since President Trump appointed former senator Jeff Sessions to United States attorney general, his old seat as senator of Alabama is open until they have a special election. Alabama is a red state, or a state that is mostly a par...

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