Common Sense

Is it over?

Joey Kaipust, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2020

By Joey Kaipust Last Thursday, school ended. You might not have noticed. Usually, the last day of school is a very special day. Everybody is infectiously happy. People are making plans for summer with their friends. Teacher...

Musings on Remote Learning

April 7, 2020

By Sydney McDermott Copy Editor   As the coronavirus pandemic begins forcing people to stay home, the school began making adjustments to their system of teaching. Thus zoom meetings and online assignments were bor...

Self Isolating as a New Way of Life is Necessary but not All Bad

April 7, 2020

By Isabel Robb Editor-In-Chief   The spread of coronavirus has caused most of society to hunker down in their homes in an attempt to “flatten the curve.” People around the globe are staying home to prevent ...

My sad, breadless life

February 28, 2020

By Halle Benson Entertainment Editor   It is the same thing every Friday in my Pride Time. We all sit down in our seats, someone asks if anyone brought donuts, nobody brought donuts, everyone complains, and we all ...

Staff Editorial: A heritage connected to hate

February 27, 2020

Staff Editorial Since its initial use in 1861, the Confederate flag has continued to be a symbol of a dark, disgraceful period of American history that has failed to fall out of relevance. Historically, it’s been champion...

At what cost?

February 27, 2020

By Sydney Roberts Staff Reporter I had a best friend. His name was George Gervase. We were inseparable. He understood me in ways no one else ever had. When we were together, nothing mattered. We shared a sense of untouchabl...

Finding an Interest

April 1, 2019

Cameron Merritt Staff Reporter When I signed up for two journalism classes this year–yearbook and newspaper, I had no idea if I would enjoy either one. I now have the pleasure of enjoying both of them. It’s hard to say what drew me into registering for th...

How my Honda was hijacked

March 1, 2019

RuthAnne Hale, Online Editor Living in a nice part of West Omaha, I’ve never been paranoid about crime. I have a reasonable trust in the general public to be decent and not steal a bag I set down, my phone, my keys, or my ...

Stop asking me for ACT advice

January 31, 2019

Jack Towne, Staff Reporter Getting a high ACT score is absolutely a great thing. It opens up countless doors, makes numerous scholarships available to you, and reaffirms that maybe your 12 years of schooling was actually worth something. ...

Staff Editorial: Board should reconsider cuts to French and German at middle school

February 14, 2018

“You can’t provide a world class education without a world language.” This was the message on posters and declared during speeches at the school board meeting on Feb. 5. Students, teachers, parents, and members of the community...

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