What being pro woman means to me

Abby Butler Pro-women. I really like that term. I like that term because it drops the labels. It doesn’t stereotype me as a “feminist” or any of the stereotypes that fall under that umbrella. Being pro-women has nothing to do with comparing the differences between genders. It doesn’t promote equality nor promote superiority. The term […]

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Toxic Phrases

By J1 Reporter Ella Meis Stop telling boys to “man up” or “real men don’t cry.” These phrases may seem harmless, however, they are extremely misogynistic and sexist. Not to mention, these phrases are the root issue to why boys have a hard time expressing their emotions. Boys should be told that it’s alright to […]

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Keeping the Environment Alive is Our Responsibility

  Opinion by J1 Reporter Alida Farrens As I get older, I am realizing the impact I have had on the environment and how it impacts me. When people think of the environment, their thoughts automatically go to going green, the sky, the sea, pollution, and recycling. Although these things are true, there is so […]

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Perfectionism: Art vs. Reality

Ariana’s Analysis                                                     By J1 Reporter Ariana Ganson      I was working on my Art the previous night and I couldn’t help but compare my work to others. I compared […]

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Tacking Staff Diversity

Never Lying Nayah by J1 reporter: Nayah Mbilain      Many teaching positions open at schools, yet we don’t see a variety in the type of teachers we see. Throughout the years, many students graduate from high school without the opportunity to be taught by a teacher of different ethnic backgrounds, other than a language teacher. School […]

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