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.
National English Honors Society’s first annual Coffee House took place on Tuesday, January 30, providing the community with the chance to espress-o everything on their minds: whether it was in the form of music or literature.
Chloe Shader Chera Yoon 6 January 2018 Staff Reporters Is the government trustworthy? Are politics corrupt? These are the questions that have troubled American citizens for decades. Confidence in the government has long been a […]
Chera Yoon 20 December 2017 Staff Reporter For a person who habitually consumes five bags of potato chips a day, being healthy may mean less Lay’s—to another, three more hours of rigorous aerobics or 30 […]