From old-school Noah to rap-lover Jaeden all the way to Carina’s Taylor Swift obsession. This playlist has it all. We have gone around to the Journalism team and asked them what songs they listen to the most. We gave them five slots and watched them struggle a little bit (Ask Erin and Noah,) but they… Read More Journalism Jam List
Midterms. One of the most stressful weeks for most high school students. Four days of jam packed test and studying. But do not fear, here is a list to make midterms week slightly less miserable. Be prepared. You should study, but don’t overwork yourself. Make a dope playlist to listen to. Check out our journalism… Read More How to Survive that Time of Year…
“Friends don’t lie” You must be living under a rock if you haven’t heard of the relatively popular science fiction horror series that has taken over the nation, Stranger Things. The series is created by the brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, and the two seasons can be found streaming on Netflix. The show also includes… Read More Stranger Things 2
Tumblr, one of the more “alternative” social media platforms, is ruled by trends: blogs dedicated to shows like Doctor Who or “fitblrs” focused on fitness tips. One of the largest growing platforms, dominated by young girls ranging from high school students to des étudiantes (as it’s an international trend) is #studyblr: a portmanteau of the… Read More The Studyblr Trend
*exercise caution in reading* Theodore Robert Cowell, commonly known as Ted Bundy, was born in Burlington, Vermont on November 24, 1946. His mother, Eleanor Cowell, gave birth to him in a home for unwed mothers as she was young and single at the time of his conception, and to her deeply religious parents, Eleanor and… Read More Do You Know About Ted Bundy?
A to a new year! For seniors, this is the year you’ve been waiting for! As for everyone else, I don’t really know, but I hope you have a good 2018. A to snow days. When we are inevitably sitting at home on a snow day, there’s a bunch of new season premieres and movies… Read More January Report Card