Technology is booming! It has given “generation smartphone” a way to stay in constant contact with peers and the world. And it is all in the palms of our hands, but that is just the problem. The easy-access devices have tampered with social skills, making a good portion of us introverts who would rather befriend technology instead of a human being.... READ MORE »»
Everyday they put on hairnets and aprons to work in a hot kitchen handling, pots, pans and trays full of food. This is what the lunch ladies do and why they should be appreciated.
The ladies arrive at 7:30 a.m. to begin breakfast preparation and continue through lunch preparation. In between, they clean the tables and wash dishes. They serve over... READ MORE »»
We all need homework but do we need so much?
It is said that too much homework is given, which I agree to be true. We have four classes, an eight hour school day and we are also expected to have a social life while getting eight or more hours of sleep at night.
Most students do not get home until 4 p.m. For students that have practice or other... READ MORE »»
With the falling of the age of the (Q:) drive for the school, the now lesser online network, Google has risen as a worthy replacement. A quick learner with considerable storage capacity, the site’s Drive function is already contradicting the old system in numerous ways.
Google Drive is a virtual file system and collaborative engine implemented... READ MORE »»
Last Saturday 230 people showed up to express their support for Walk 4 Water. This event was organized by coach Ben Stevenson and the varsity football team. The goal for this event was to raise money to install water wells in places where clean water is not available.
Walk 4 Water is a non-profit Christian organization that is run through Healing... READ MORE »»