Month: June 2018

Underclassmen say So Long to Seniors

How do underclassmen have so many senior friends, and when they graduate, what should underclassmen do?  

The Problem with Paying For Periods in Public Schools

Why HCPSS should provide free feminine hygiene products.

Suicide is not a commodity: 13 Reasons Why

Late March of 2017, Netflix brought suicide to the small screen. The visual adaptation of Thirteen Reasons Why, a 2007 novel by Jay Asher, stirred nationwide controversy as a result of its spotty approach to tackling difficult social issues, such as depression and suicide.

Revealing the Ugly Truth: Time to Change the Dress Code

It’s time for Howard County to address the lingering discontent around school dress codes.

Has WWE Kicked Out Yet?: A Sequel to My First WWE Editorial

OH MY JESUS, DANIEL BRYAN IS BACK OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD!!!!

Relief Efforts Follow Close After Old Ellicott City Flood

Relief efforts were quickly put into place after major flooding in Old Ellicott City on May 27th.

The Story Behind “Goodbye and Good Riddances”

In a music industry being taken over by awful soundcloud rappers, Juice WRLD stands out as one of the only ones with a future in music, so jump on Juice WRLD’s bandwagon before your friends beat you to it.

Hip Hop, but in your FEELS

Emotional Rap is taking the world by storm.