Illustration by Athena Heckman

When one hears the word “relationship”, oftentimes a romantic connection is brought to mind. However, there are many other types of meaningful relationships to have in one’s life and how the word can stereotype them less.

While many high s...

As many prepare their homes and hearts for the holiday season, others are trying new ways to commemorate the holidays. These changes and different types of celebrations can truly create new perspectives than what everyone is accustomed to.  

When most people think...

December 13, 2019

The modern world, one heavily dictated by technology, has impacted the lives of all in many ways: driving made easier by GPS maps, new recipes at one’s fingertips and the ability to interact with others all around the globe. However, even though there are all these ben...

November 19, 2019

Nothing says ‘thankful’ like thousands of shoppers physically fighting for the best deals, trampling each other in the process. Oh, the joy of the holidays. While some are at home enjoying a post-Thanksgiving nap, the long weekend with loved ones or cranking up the vol...

October 10, 2019

On Oct. 9, Orchestra performed in the auditorium for their Fall Concert. Check out photos from the concert.

Photo by Athena Heckman

The Roosevelt

When one stops for a cup of coffee, it’s simply that: eight ounces of a caffeinated, sugary drink that gets one through the day, past the afternoon slump, or just a pick-me-up after a less than ideal week.

However, for Kenny Sipes, fo...

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