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Am I Ready To Graduate?

Am I Ready To Graduate?

Alexis Lynch, Managing Editor February 19, 2021

It's time to ask the question every senior dreads.  Am I ready to graduate? Honestly, I don't know if I am. I've been in school all my life and have a routine down by now, go to work, come home,...

Watch Me Grow

Watch Me Grow

Alexis Lynch, Managing Editor January 26, 2021
A new semester and I am officially the Managing Editor of this paper.
New Girl, That's My Name

New Girl, That’s My Name

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor December 11, 2020

Ever since eighth grade, at every single school I went to, I was known as "The New Girl." Now, while I didn't hate the idea of being a new girl, it slowly became old as I moved over and over again. Being...

Top 10 Rides in Disney World

Top 10 Rides in Disney World

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor December 10, 2020

Now please don't kill me as I'm about to write this. These rides in my opinion are the top 10 rides in Disneyworld. I'm sorry if I skipped out on some of your favorites but at least read my explanation...

'Euphoria': Need a Refresher?

‘Euphoria’: Need a Refresher?

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor December 5, 2020
The newest episode is coming out in two parts, one part being on Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. EST. It’s simply titled “Rue Part 1.” 
A Letter to the Man Who Ruined My Life

A Letter to the Man Who Ruined My Life

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor November 20, 2020
You came into my life and ruined it, but I still loved you.
Lucky Doesn't Explain It

Lucky Doesn’t Explain It

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor November 9, 2020
They help me see the real me.
I Lost My First Love

I Lost My First Love

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor October 24, 2020
He deserved a lot better than what he got and it's something I'll always believe.
A House That's Not A Home

A House That’s Not A Home

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor October 10, 2020

I have never had a place to call my childhood home. Yes, I've had houses, but I never had that special place. When I was younger, I moved a lot. At 2-years-old, I moved from Montrose, due to my parents'...

Climate Change Is Real, But So Is Anxiety

Climate Change Is Real, But So Is Anxiety

Alexis Lynch, Associate Editor September 26, 2020

The latest news that the world is nearing its end was revealed this week in clock form on the Metronome facing Union Square in Manhattan. This 62-foot-wide, 15-digit clock displays a live countdown to...

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