July 13, 2020

COVID—19 has sent many countries into disarray.  Twenty six states across America have closed schools and businesses to try to mitigate the effects of the disease’s spread on the population. The novel coronavirus is especially contagious, with nearly 794,000 cases conf...

July 13, 2020

As a senior in high school, I have been looking forward to this Spring all year because of events such as prom, project graduation, project hope, my last season of lacrosse, and enjoying my final summer with the people I have spent the past four years getting to know a...

On November 1, the Union County Vocational-Technical Schools Board of Education announced that Magnet High School had found their new principal. The undoubtedly well-earned position went to Mrs. Mansfield-Smith, Magnet’s former teaching supervisor. While many students...

When people pick up a book to read for fun, often they want to escape the problems of their current lives for the more manageable problems of a character who will, surely,  save the day. However, authors need to be careful to not cause more problems for their readers....

Leo Tolstoy, a prolific Russian writer often considered to be one of the greatest authors of all time, once said that “Music is the shorthand of emotion.” People have many different reactions to music.  It can evoke sorrow, nostalgia,  happiness, or, in some cases, not...

May 17, 2020

English is a weird language. Any student who has had to memorize strange spelling anomalies or had to read aloud in class only to trip over a word with two different meanings and entirely different pronunciations can attest to this. For example, though they masquerade...

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