The Chant

Students spend the last days before finals studying for their upcoming tests. For those that struggled in their classes this semester, finals provide a final opportunity to boost their grade, so they hope to perform well. Failing or not, each student, remains anxious for finals to pass so they can enjoy the holiday break.

Finals approaching

Jenny Loveland, Staff
December 18, 2019
Outside of Magnet coordinator and Assistant Principal David Stephenson’s office, inspirational quotes from influential figures sit in the front of the school. The quotes, written by office mentors, leave daily encouragements for students who struggle with hardships in life or just need a little bit of motivation.

A quote a day keeps the stress away

Maddie Dean, Reporter, Photographer
March 14, 2019
Stress relief, while seemingly a new development in the field of mental self-help, actually originates around the time of the conceptualization with the fight or flight mechanic. Developed by American psychologist Walter Brandon Cannon, stress initially encompasses external factors like temperature and surgical activity from the perspective of animals, Cannon extrapolated his findings into human terms from physical to internal stress, in his book 1932 book The Wisdom of the Human Body.

Squish your stress away

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Reporter
November 7, 2018
College commonly stresses students out, but they can avoid overwhelming themselves by keeping up with important dates and college information in a calendar or notebook. Students should note which colleges they plan on applying to, as well as events such as counselor meetings and college visits in their planner.

Stressed about college? Read this!

Isabella Keaton, Reporter/Photographer
September 14, 2018
Dont do your homework

Don’t do your homework

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief
April 26, 2018
Millions of people suffer from the pain related to headaches and migraines everyday. “It [my headaches] feels very tight all around my skull, like someone is just grabbing my head and squeezing it. Sometimes my head feels really hot around my temples and the back of my neck where the spine and head connect. At its worst, my temples have a really sharp pain, like someone is poking them with hot knives,” sophomore Tali Porter said.

Headaches and migraines decoded

Madeline Powers, Reporter, Photographer
October 23, 2017
Why students need longer lunches

Why students need longer lunches

Taylor Teli, Reporter, Photographer
September 22, 2017
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