Helpful Habits to Develop for School

Helpful Habits to Develop for School

Lauren Kim, Entertainment Writer Summer has officially passed and we are already in our second month of school! However,  many of our habits from our summer vacation lifestyle still remain, such as sleeping late and rising in the late afternoon, or looking at our phones and watching Netflix for the whole day. It can be […]

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 Welcome Grade Sevens

Welcome Grade Sevens

Allison Holcik, Writer, Editor One of the busiest times in a student’s lives is when they transition from a simple elementary student into a glamorous high school attendee. Not only do they have to move schools, meet new people, and try not to get lost, but they also have to decide just what classes they […]

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 America’s Unsafe Education Situation

America’s Unsafe Education Situation

17 killed. Approximately 20 injured. With the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, it adds another tally to a shocking total of 17 school shootings in just 45 days into 2018. The process of the event was all just the same and all too familiar. Although the suspect in the shooting, Nikolas Cruz, was […]

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 Career Advice 101

Career Advice 101

Brooke, Barnett- Writer Career paths aren’t always linear (meaning they they don’t always go in straight line like we expect), but it actually is way more of a Zig-Zag pattern rather than straight forward! Try not to get caught in that tunnel of strict planning and narrow mind-set for if you do, it may make […]

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 How Social Media Affects Students

How Social Media Affects Students

Matthew Kim, Entertainment Editor We live in a world full of technology. With cell phones and computers readily accessible, we have almost all the information in the world at our fingertips! Of course with that, we have to be able to control the technology that is given to us. Social media is one of those […]

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 How to Stay Awake During School!

How to Stay Awake During School!

Lauren Kim Ah, sleep… The one thing that students never get enough of. Lack of sleep is one of the main things students complain about. Sometimes, it seems impossible to get enough sleep with the amounts of homework that we receive, let alone time to rest. I’m pretty sure we’ve all struggled with drooping heads, sluggish movements […]

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 How To: Binge Watch

How To: Binge Watch

Una Chang, Advice Writer The past two advice articles were more on the serious side, so here’s a fun and easy how-to article that EVERYONE can follow: BINGE WATCHING! Our generation LOVES binge watching (where the Grey’s Anatomy and Sherlock fans at?), partly because our attention spans are pretty short and partly because it’s one […]

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How To NOT Procastinate

Una Chang, Advice Writer Procrastination It’s impossible not to procrastinate. Everyone procrastinates. In fact, I bet you’re procrastinating right now as you read this. However, I have found in my several years of hard-core procrastinating, a few tips that actually help me to get things done – despite the sweet temptation of not doing them. […]

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 WGSS hosts 2016 District CB Festival

WGSS hosts 2016 District CB Festival

Lauren Kim, Writer “You don’t know how privileged I am to celebrate the power of music with all of you” Claire Guy, Music Teacher   Just a few weeks ago, the District Choir Festival rolled along at RE Mountain. This time, on November 17, 2016, our school hosted the 2016 District Concert Band Festival. Schools […]

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