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Examining the effect of midterms in a college setting: Weighted first semester exams return after two years

Examining the effect of midterms in a college setting: Weighted first semester exams return after two years

By Katie Madigan and Christina Shea January 24, 2023

After two years of exam-free first semesters due to the COVID-19 pandemic, midterm exams made a full comeback in 2023. While students in the 2021-2022 school year attempted their midterms, the exam had...

Recent violence causes heartbreak in the LGBTQ+ community: Students and staff reflect on Club Q shooting

Recent violence causes heartbreak in the LGBTQ+ community: Students and staff reflect on Club Q shooting

By Elly Meteer, Jo Jackson, and Lauren Kaled January 17, 2023

Societal Homophobia  Coming out as gay wasn’t something to sweat over for freshman Silas Wooten. With his strong, supportive and caring family, he knew he would feel loved through every step...

Adding fuel to the fire: Social media users spark controversy over the spread of misinformation

Adding fuel to the fire: Social media users spark controversy over the spread of misinformation

Although the benefits and drawbacks of social media usage has been a hot topic throughout the years, rapper Kanye West’s recent antisemitic comments on Twitter have sparked a new controversy. How the...

President: Bella Yoakam

An elec-ton of results: Student election winners

By Savannah Seabrooks, Gabe Goode, and Parker O’Neill May 27, 2022

SA Council Positions Class of 2023 Class of 2024 Class of 2025

FEELING THE LOVE| Senior Ada Johnson’s takeaway from the night was supporting her friends entering the stage to perform. “The highlight of the concert was definitely getting to just cheer the choirs on after they come onto or off the stage because you can just see each persons face light up as you cheer them on,” Johnson said.

Choir and orchestra perform at Assumption Church

By Thomas Jones, Intern April 21, 2022

                       

Students perform random acts of kindness for RAK day

Students perform random acts of kindness for RAK day

By Madi Lucido and Natalie Babcock February 16, 2022

Random Acts of Kindness week took place from Feb. 13 through Feb. 19, with Feb. 17 being RAK Day. RAK Day is a way to spread kindness and love throughout your communities, family, friends and for yourself....

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