Calendars, conspiracies, courts–can we be done?

Anusha Bayya, Staff Writer

December 2, 2019

He said. She said. Just a kid. Toxic masculinity. So long ago. This has to stop. Help. Parties are a given in high schools and colleges nationwide. An institution, if you will. And with Christine Blassey Ford’s recent allegations of...

Was consent training necessary?

Timothy Gray, Staff Writer

December 2, 2019

On February 4th the education and prevention center, Haven, began conducting senior consent training. Designed to increase a young adult’s understanding of ethical/affirmative consent,, the training also included bystander responsi...

Why pronouns matter

Sam Hammill, Staff Writer

September 2, 2019

I recently visited a friend’s third hour for an interview. He is trans, out and proud, but the teacher repeatedly (over a dozen times) let the words “she” and “her” exit her lips when referring to him. I could ...

Moving blues

Vismaad Nagra, Staff Writer

September 2, 2019

The process of selling a house is total, infinite, absolute--utter hell. ‘Yes,’ you might agree. ‘Duh,’ you might say. ‘No s**t,’ a roll of your eye and a vague, nondescript movement of your hand might convey. But, dear r...

Vampires, demons and adventure–what more could you want?

Vismaad Nagra, Staff Writer

September 2, 2019

The Preacher series has a lot going for it. First, it’s a graphic novel. Those of you that are discouraged by this, don’t be! It’s different, it’s vivid, it’s wonderful and it’s a nice little change from reading p...

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