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A&E: Friendship is not limited to ones grade

A&E: Friendship is not limited to one’s grade

Rebecca LaBarge April 8, 2022

As students transition through high school, many have realized the significance of a connection with peers of different ages. Some SCHS students have developed friendships outside of their grade and have...

A&E: One reporter suggests tips and ideas for a fresh spring reset

KennedyRose Stiver April 8, 2022

For many, the Spring brings expectations to refresh spaces and welcome new energy, but for some, the task of resetting in one month is difficult. Along with the end of the school year approaching, many...

A&E: Social media creates a trend of visiting art museums for a different purpose

A&E: Social media creates a trend of visiting art museums for a different purpose

Mylinh Duong April 8, 2022

A stroll through art museums to appreciate fine art has been shaped into an aesthetic experience to share on social media platforms. While some SCHS students question the underlying work of the popular...

A&E: Panou’s Paper Panel

Elias Panou April 8, 2022

Reclusive colonels, ambitious Aurelianos, moss-eating orphans, adventure-going Romani, banana-hurling Gringos, ethereal elevations and enigmatic written texts – the Buendías of the mythical city of...

A&E: While some pick up paint brushes, others use digital pencils

A&E: While some pick up paint brushes, others use digital pencils

Amos Press April 8, 2022

People across the world have been making art for millennia, spanning from etchings on cave walls, to detailed paintings on a computer screen. Students and teachers across SCHS have their own opinions about...

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