Setting aside her 15-page research paper, social studies teacher Stefanie Boettcher exhales, eager to take
With distance learning in full-effect, many clubs and groups have halted various activities. Since in-person
In an attempt to slow the spreading of the coronavirus outbreak, many states have implemented
English teacher Logan Schreiner and his wife Destiny nervously chatted with family members on her
As finals approach, a wave of panic engulfs students as they feel as if they
With Christmas comes classic movies, hot chocolate, and mesmerizing lights, things widely enjoyed by many.
Rhythmic taps echo around the room as math teacher Leah Ulloa moves to the beat
Open Mic Night was hosted on Oct. 11 in the Little Theater from 4-6 p.m.
I like being good at things—I mean, who doesn’t? The feeling that you get after
A lockdown recently occurred on campus. Although it was revealed that no one was injured,