One Month into iPad 1:1

One Month into iPad 1:1

October 1, 2014

A Loaded Debate: Gun Control

Allison Bell

October 1, 2014

Where were you when a young man open-fired in a movie theater in Colorado? Or when in California another young man gunned down several women? Where were you when Mike Brown was shot? Or how about the two school shootings at Virginia...

Death to Chivalry

Death to Chivalry

October 1, 2014

So Long, Carefree Summers

Madalynn Williams, Opinion Editor

September 9, 2014

Remember when you were 5 and the only thing that concerned you over the summer was whether or not your mom bought dino-shaped chicken nuggets? Or when you were 8 and HSM and The Cheetah Girls 2 came out in the same summer? It’s...

We Wear Short Shorts

Emilia Halvorsen

September 9, 2014

  “Do those meet the ‘reach and stretch’ rule?” The question comes not from a teacher to a student, but from a male classmate to his female peer in the hallway. Maybe he thinks he’s being funny. Maybe he thinks ...

Up All Night

Madalynn Williams, Writer

May 2, 2014

There is no simple way to get through the trials and tribulations of high school, but hopefully this column might ease your suffering or at least confirm the fact that no high school experience is perfect. So the school year...

SAT II and APs at Friends

Natalie Linden, Writer, Copy Editor

May 2, 2014

We would like to think the classes at Friends can hold a candle to the rigorous structures of Advanced Placement curricula. We would like to think that our classes can adequately prepare us for exams like the APs and the SAT IIs....

Campus Politics

Nina Dietz, Photographer, Writer

May 2, 2014

Let’s talk politics. I don’t mean big politics, as in federal or even state, I mean micro politics. I’m talking about the kind of politics we encounter every day when we walk into the school building. The first political...

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