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Nomophobia: a new problem

Riddhi Andurkar, Managing Editor, Features Columnist

May 4, 2018

Filed under Features, Rendezvous with Riddhi

Imagine a family gathering or party. The adults are seated in the living room, socializing. The room is filled with laughter and conversation. Just next door are the kids … “socializing.” This room is in complete contrast to the living room. Filled with deafening silence, there is not one word spoken. All of the kids...

Student Services lacks service

Student Services lacks service

March 27, 2018

Everyone knows that the main purpose of a school is to educate its students. But school plays another...

A new addiction

A new addiction

March 8, 2018

Injuries, they seem like a given. In a contact sport, you are bound to get injured. When an athlete...

Feeling SAD?

Feeling SAD?

February 16, 2018

Starting June 21, each day gets shorter, and shorter and shorter, leading us to the one day, the...

An athlete’s journey

An athlete’s journey

Megan Troke, Editorial Editor

February 3, 2018

Filed under Columns, Showcase, Sports, The Troke and Field Report, The Troke and Field Report

When faced with the common question, “What sport do you play?” I stumble. I have no idea how to answer b...

Catch up, Central

Catch up, Central

Neya Thanikachalam, Editor-in-chief

January 31, 2018

Filed under As I was Saying, As I was Saying, Columns, Opinions, Showcase

Cardio day. Two words that strike fear in the hearts of most students. OK, I’m being a little drama...

Women are not toys

Women are not toys

January 4, 2018

Imagine a wind-up robot. The kind of robot that kids play with. They take it out of its storage...

Commitment issues

Megan Troke, Editorial Editor

December 30, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinions, The Troke and Field Report, The Troke and Field Report

The pressure to perform in high school is often unbearable. Whether it be academics, activities or athletics, the expectation to excel constantly weighs down the shoulders of devoted teenagers. This burden is especially prevalent for athletes. No matter what sport you are involved in, good players...

Holiday cheer

Holiday cheer

Neya Thanikachalam, Editor-in-chief

December 23, 2017

Filed under As I was Saying, As I was Saying, Columns, Opinions, Showcase

My neighbors to the right, left, across and behind are all Christian. In fact, I’m fairly certain...

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