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Women in Horror: Hell is a Teenage Girl

By: Souknara Sidara

Bela Lugosi, the famous actor known for playing Dracula in the iconic 1931 vampire film, once said, "It is women who love horror. Gloat over it. Feed on it. Are nourished by it. Shudder and cling and cry out-and come back for more."

Call Jane: A Call To Action 

By: Emma Marcella

Call Jane, coming to theaters on Oct. 28, shares the struggles of women seeking an abortion in the 60s. Who knew a movie based on events 60 years ago would bring light to an issue that is still heavily debated today? Call Jane may just be what we need as a society to end the debate on abortion once and for all. 

Care: America’s Troubles with School Shootings

By: Noah White

On Monday, October 24th, a gunman opened fire within Central Visual and Performing Arts High School in St. Louis, Missouri. Why can this still happen?

SEL vs. Community: A Freshman’s Perspective

By: Sofia Turek

As a freshman who has experienced both SEL and Community, I have developed strong feelings for the way our school system goes about promoting acceptance through these communication means.

Three Festive Fall Activities Inspired by Pinterest

By: Bryn Huber

This is a comedic spin on an opinion piece about must do fall activities, which includes topics such as ghost donuts, fall candles and more.

The College Application Process

By: Chase Rovero

As high school students become seniors, they are introduced to a new and challenging world: the college application process.