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Looking back on tween phases

Emily Mears, staff writer February 17, 2021

While growing up, we all experience life in different ways. We make new friends. We try new things. We make mistakes. We spend time trying to “discover ourselves.” Yes, during those years from elementary...

Beyond the football game: a review of the Super Bowl commercials and halftime show

Beyond the football game: a review of the Super Bowl commercials and halftime show

Elyse Perry, editor February 17, 2021

Every year, on the first Sunday of February, most Americans are glued to their TV for the biggest football event of the year: the Super Bowl. People throw parties, eat lots of food, and root for their...

Claudette Colvin: the first to refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus

Claudette Colvin: the first to refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus

Cynthia Rossi, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

When we think of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, we often immediately associate the boycott with Rosa Parks. However, Rosa Parks was not the first African American to refuse to give up their seat. Claudette...

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The life of a piece of paper: from your test to your toilet paper

Ava Charnley, Staff writer February 10, 2021

From the moment you receive a piece of paper, it's your decision if it is placed in the trash, a folder, or the recycling bin. We all know the story of a piece of paper that is thrown in the trash. We...

Mrs. Miller's CNA class has been working hard to pass their clinicals and provide care to residents while balancing the pandemic and new precautions.

COVID-19: From the eyes of healthcare workers

Cynthia Rossi, Staff Writer February 4, 2021

COVID-19 has greatly affected our lives as students, but what about healthcare workers? Healthcare workers have been selflessly putting their lives on the line to provide care to those in need. Being a...

2020 Year in Review

2020 Year in Review

Parnassus Staff January 28, 2021

January Even in the very beginning, 2020 started out rough. Just barely after the year had started, we were already on the verge of World War 3 after the US killed Iranian general Quasem Soleimani....

A separate pandemic: Antisemitism and Holocaust denial in America

A separate pandemic: Antisemitism and Holocaust denial in America

Alyssa Bruner, staff writer January 27, 2021

   Antisemitism is defined as the hatred, prejudice, or hostility against Jewish people. And in the United States and all around the world, it’s having a startling rise with social media harassment...

Laughing at herself, Lily Draper starts a list of New Year's resolutions.

Tips to help tackle your New Year’s resolutions

Elyse Perry, editor January 20, 2021

We are back to the beginning of the year again. You know what that means! It’s time yet again to make some perfectly achievable goals that we will never follow through on. However, this year will be...

Grab-and-Go line remodeled

Grab-and-Go line remodeled

Elyse Perry and Emily Mears January 19, 2021

Right now, a project is taking place to change the Grab-and-Go line from two windows to a walk-through room, much like on the other side of the cafeteria. The goal is to make the line more effective and...

A taste of childhood: remembering our favorite fairytales

A taste of childhood: remembering our favorite fairytales

Alyssa Bruner, staff writer January 18, 2021

   Folklore, old wives tales, myths, legends, epics. Whatever you may call them, stories of these genres have been the foundation of the imagination, especially in our childhoods. And whether it be...

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