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Feb 19 2018

Snapchat update incites massive backlash among users

In an effort to simplify its user experience, Snapchat released an update a week ago that significantly changed the layout and functionality of the app. Despite its intent, a majority of those who installed the update have come down hard on the complicated new format. In fact, one upset user, @isaacsvobodny, even took to Twitter …

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Feb 13 2018

Classroom modular takes over upper parking lot

During the county’s winter break, construction on a new semi-permanent 12 classroom modular began in the upper parking lot behind the building. This modular takes up a large portion of the back parking lot, leaving people frustrated with the loss of their parking. “It makes it a lot harder to park,” senior Leah Jeffery said. …

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Latest from Features

Feb 13 2018

STEM club grows girls’ interest in science and tech fields

Marshall Women in STEM is a club that juniors Emaan Khan and Maheen Saeed recently created. The club aims to encourage female participation in the science field, along with the technology, engineering and math fields. The club, in its first year, plans to help integrate girls into STEM studies. STEM is a central aspect of …

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Feb 13 2018

Carlson turns photography passion into business

Senior Anna Carlson uses photography as a means to portray her artistic vision. Carlson initially began pursuing a passion for photography at her previous school, Grace International School in Thailand, because she said everyone was art-oriented and said she felt the need to jump on the bandwagon. However, over her past 3 years as a …

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Latest from Opinion

Feb 13 2018

Trump’s first year leaves much to be desired

The movement of the New Journalist was perhaps the defining socio-political movement of the cultural reformation that swept the United States through the 1960’s and beyond. Hunter S. Thompson, the godfather of Gonzo-ism, described the death of Objective Journalism and its relation to President Nixon as the need to “get Subjective to see Nixon clearly, …

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Feb 13 2018

Are Honor Society Requirements Too Easy?

To be inducted into an honor society, I believe that acceptance requirements should be much more challenging to ensure that each student is worthy of the honor society prestige. Honor societies are a way for students to expand their knowledge and show off their excellence. Individuals join honor societies based on their passions and interests. …

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Latest from Sports

Feb 13 2018

Eagles and Patriots face off in Super Bowl LII

The Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots will face off at Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4. The two teams played each other in the championship in 2004, which resulted in a 24-21 Patriots victory. “The Patriots are the best dynasty in the league,” freshman Shaurya Bedi said. “They’re the best in any sport.” Senior …

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Feb 13 2018

Dance team no funds

Not fitting into the specific description for a sport or a club, dance team members have expressed the struggles they face with assimilating into the school. Despite their lack of a set niche, the team has made it to the Nationals level, and will be traveling to Orlando  this upcoming February. “This is very exciting …

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Latest from Arts & Style

Feb 13 2018

Mutombo redefines modeling stereotypes

Sophomore Kara-Dove Mutombo experiences the world of fashion by modeling and doing photoshoots in New York. “I was 14 and an agent contacted my mom and invited me to come in and do a photoshoot,” Mutombo said. “I liked it and [I] haven’t stopped since.” Mutombo said she started modeling because it offered a different …

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Feb 13 2018

Book Club revamp spurs popularity

Senior and Book Club president Emma Choi made efforts to shift people’s idea of what Book Club can be, which spurred an increase in both popularity and membership of the club. Choi accredited the club’s increase in popularity to her efforts to erase the common stereotype from the club’s surface. “I think people had this …

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