Technology has given too much of an advantage in athletics

When people celebrate a swimmer’s broken world record or erupt in cheers at a one-handed end zone catch, they must remember that sometimes, looks can be deceiving. While it surely took these athletes years of hard work to get to this point, they likely had a little help from technology along the way. To ensure […]

Wrestling team expansion provides new opportunities for girls

New girls lacrosse coach hopes to bring energy, intensity

Traditions bring old, young teammates together with bonding experience


Long-awaited ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ is predictable

The new Netflix film “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” ultimately falls short in creating a suspenseful murder mystery. While it features a beautiful setting and well known actors such as Kate Hudson (Birdie Jay), Madelyn Cline (Whiskey) and Daniel Craig (Detective Benoit Blanc), it is very predictable from early on in the movie. They […]

‘White Lotus’ season two proves to be riveting, comedic watch

College advisers give privileged advantage in college process


GSA raises money for LGBTQ charity

The Gender-Sexuality Alliance Club (GSA) plans to sell hot drinks in the Lion Lobby through Friday, Feb. 10, to raise money for The Trevor Project. The sale has run every Friday through Valentine’s Day, leading up to the club’s “Safe Love Week” which promotes safe and healthy relationships, said social studies teacher and GSA advisor […]


Charity month returns to high school

Student Council is hosting a charity event from mid-February through the end of the third quarter which will include the sale of candy grams, a senior-teacher raffle and a talent show. Social studies teacher and Student Council advisor Michael Featherstone said the month will begin with selling candy grams on Valentine’s Day as a way […]


Eighth grade Washington D.C. trip reintroduced to middle school

The annual eighth grade Washington, D.C. trip is set to occur April 25-28 following a three-year hiatus due to COVID-19. Middle school Principal Jason Caudill said once COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, the main concern about the trip became affordability. The major expenses related to the trip, such as food, hotels and transportation, have become more […]

Athletes of the Month

Freshman Amiya Bowles plays 1st Singles against Columbus Schools for Girls on Sept. 8