NIL provides athletes based on their athletic performance

As national spring signing day approaches for many high school athletes, there is an added element in top prospects’ college decisions. The NCAA’s approval of athletes’ ability to profit off of their name, image and likeness allows college athletes to turn athletic accomplishments into financial gains. College athletes profiting off of their NIL overwhelmingly benefits […]

Girls, boys cross country compete in states finishing 14th, 20th respectively

Girls soccer advances to state semifinals game for the first time since 2009

Senior golfer qualifies for district finals, shoots a 72 to cap off final season

Controversial team names long overdue for change


Greek life’s dangers outweigh positive aspects

Rush week and fraternity parties can be some of the most exciting parts of a young college student’s life if events are safe. Greek life in college creates opportunities for students to make new friends and fit in; however, both sororities and fraternities have become controversial for their affiliation with hazing and sexual assault. These […]

Music festivals worth attending despite safety risks

ABBA album has classic feel


Clash of the Classes resumes after two-year hiatus

The first traditional Clash of the Classes in two years was held in the high school gymnasium Tuesday, Nov. 23. Student Council adviser and social studies teacher Michael Featherstone said the event looked similar to how it was before the pandemic. He said with Clash of the Classes returning to the gym, students were required […]


High school introduces Lightspeed in hopes of preventing distractions

Lightspeed, the new computer software allowing teachers to block certain sites and view their students’ computer screens, was introduced to the high school in early November. Principal Kristin Robbins explained that Lightspeed was originally used in the middle school, where more and more students were playing computer games during class time. “The program was brought […]


Environmental Club participates in zoo’s Teen Eco Summit event

The high school’s Environmental Club participated in the Teen Eco Summit Wednesday, Nov. 3. Science teacher and Environmental Club adviser Scott Logsdon explained that the Teen Eco Summit, which is a year-long project focused on climate change, is hosted by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Sophomore Lily Jones explained that the high school was among […]

Students find ways to celebrate