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Fighting stigmas and the Pink Tax by ‘Going with the Flow’

Fighting stigmas and the Pink Tax by ‘Going with the Flow’

Brinda Ambal, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

Period. Any mention of this word will probably result in a flurry of teenage boys scurrying to distance themselves from the speaker as fast as humanly possible.  However, sophomores Anna Newberry and Mira Nalbandian created the club Go with the Flow in hopes of destigmatizing periods, providing ea...

Coding robots to understand point of view: English students bring technology into the classroom

Coding robots to understand point of view: English students bring technology into the classroom

Brinda Ambal, Staff Writer

September 20, 2019

Small white and blue spheres crawl around the library as students in Erin Fluchel and Casey Holland's Honors English II classes compete in a set of obstacles.  Students were responsible for coding robots that experienced limitations representative of the ones each character faced in the Lord of the Fli...

Increased enrollment leads to new parking policies

Increased enrollment leads to new parking policies

Drew Boone, Staff Writer

September 3, 2019

It’s a right of passage many seniors, juniors and a handful of sophomores enjoy, purchasing an $85 space to ensure they can drive to school. However, due to increased enrollment, the plan has been revised. “All parking passes that we had available at the beginning of the year are now sold, so th...

Sophomores Megan VanValkenburgh and Mallory Stirrat go from swimmers to coaches

Sophomores Megan VanValkenburgh and Mallory Stirrat go from swimmers to coaches

Lilly Francis, Convergent media Writer

August 26, 2019

After swimming summer league for Cedarmill Swim Club for 11 years, sophomores Megan VanValkenburgh and Mallory Stirrat took on the role of coaching for kids ages 4 to 12 involved in the program, teaching them the proper techniques of swimming.  “As coaches we make swim team a fun experience by...

Sophomores Izzie Finlinson, Will Bonnett and Emily Voyles take the trek of their ancestors

Sophomores Izzie Finlinson, Will Bonnett and Emily Voyles take the trek of their ancestors

Lilly Francis, Convergent Media Writer

August 22, 2019

Hiking 15 miles through woods, over hills and across rivers all through torrential rain, sophomores Izzie Finlinson, Will Bonnett and Emily Voyles, alongside many of their peers, took part in a weekend trip put together by their church, Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The trip is known as “Trek” and was designed to help students...

Longhorn community reflects on spring break

Longhorn community reflects on spring break

Kyla Hatton, Staff Writer

April 1, 2015

Students went all over the world for spring break, or just stayed at home and enjoyed St. Louis.

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