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Let it Reign

McKenna Russell, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2021
Students take advantage of the new and improved lunch menu.

You’ve Been Served

Jillian Gonzalez, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2021
Senior and president of the Young Womens Leadership club Anna Belle Bryant leads the first meeting.

Women in Power

Feyi Adebajo, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2021

Organizing Clubs to Join

Rachel Hartmann, Photo Editor
October 22, 2021
Hard at work, sophomore Gwyneth Gonzalez gets used to student life on campus.

Back to Business

Carys Luther, Editor
September 9, 2021
Melissa Borges makes a sandwich for a customer at Potbelly while working her summer job.

Money Maker

McKenna Russell, Senior Writer
September 9, 2021
Lines of buses and cars wait to get out of the south lot right after school. “There was an incident a couple days ago where a car pulled into the exit during peak traffic time after school...another car pulled in behind… causing one of the lanes to be stopped up,” Cole said.

Parking Problems Prevail

Jillian Gonzalez, Staff Reporter
September 3, 2021
With students at home spending hours online for class, comfort has become a necessity. On campus students have also started following the comfortable clothing trends.

Dress for Success or Dress for Rest?

Morgan Jones, Broadcast Editor
April 28, 2021
As summer approaches, teens prepare to find jobs to help fill future resumes and to fill wallets. According to predictions from business leaders, teens across the nation could hold up to 2 million jobs this summer, which is a highly projected number as teens fill jobs that adults pass on due to the lower wages. Because of the pandemic, most adults over the age of 20 are looking to secure incomes high enough to make up for a year of lost wages in order to better support their families.

Summer Job Scramble

Meredith Carassco, Staff Reporter
April 28, 2021
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