By FIONA MCQUAIDE – As a generation without much experience in the sort of problems, we are discovering currently, Gen Z’s are just sort of lost in this whole politics thing. Now, some of the kids/teenagers in the junior high this age read the paper newspaper, like the Indiana Gazette… most of them do not. So, … More Who Knows News?
By ABIGAIL DE SALVO – The United States has been involved in many wars throughout history, and is known as the elite country when it comes to war. For nearly two decades now, we have been at war in Afghanistan. The war started on October 7, 2001, and is still going on today. It is … More Is the end in sight?
By MORGAN ADAMSON –Antarctica… known for its snow, wind, and ice. Judging by the continent’s changes, could that generalization soon come to a fiery end? Recently, the icy continent hit its record high temperature. Measuring in at 69.35 °F, temperatures growing in the area are not bizarre. “This is a record from only a single … More Will we go from snow suit to swim suit?
“The Old Lighthouse” is the winner of the 2019 Crimson Arrow Scary Story Contest I gazed out the window, staring at the crisp mountains, yearning to see the blue waters edge. I currently live only for peace and quiet. I needed only one second of that sweet, sentimental, sensational moment of rest. I knew this dream … More The Old Lighthouse by Gianna Boyer & Sydney Anderson
BY GABI ISENBERG- The term ‘help’ is very broad. Is it helping someone physically, mentally, emotionally, or academically? All types of help can be found at school. Many schools focus on mental health, so much so that some schools even hire a full time psychotherapist or shrink. Many students have questions about what to do … More Help is just a hand away
By DELIA SALSER–The Washington D.C. field trip for 8th graders is coming up on May 15, 2020. Students will have the opportunity to take one school day to go to Washington D.C., Maryland. Students will go on tours and will be able to see memorials. For students to be able to go on the trip, … More 8th Graders look forward to a capital trip