The Blue and White

Elective classes push students towards success

Azuare Singleton-Moton, Editor

May 29, 2019

We are slowly losing so many elective classes due to underfunding and not many people signing up anymore. Elective classes help students be more prepared for life after high school. They also help students in many different ways...

Kill Vape Nation

Kill Vape Nation

April 29, 2019

Trade schools may offer another path for graduating seniors

Myka McClenic, staff writer

January 26, 2018

As a high school senior, I have been pushed to take the SAT to prepare me for college. No one has ever made me aware of trade schools and what they have to offer. My guidance counselor alway told me that a university is the bes...

Choose your clothes wisely

Lillian Peterson, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018

I enjoy fashion and shopping. I like observing and following different trends to figure out what looks good. But I am also a high school student with an extremely small budget. In order to still be able to shop and find clothe...

Mental health should be taught more in schools

Meredith Abramczyk, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

School makes me… Stressed Sad Depressed and suicidal In 2017, it’s not uncommon to hear such things among high school students. Studies from the American Psychological Association show that normal teens today have ...

Public schools should recognize all holidays

Summer Badrak, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

Christmas break is rolling around once again! Oh, I mean holiday break. It just so happens that Christmas falls here. How wonderful for those who celebrate, but what about those who celebrate other religious holidays? Most pu...

Let’s gerrymander to solve gerrymandering

Jonathan Korte, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

What if elections had predetermined outcomes? What if elections are really indeed rigged? The term “gerrymandering” refers to the way how states congressional district lines are made up. More specifically, gerrymandering happens ...

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