A Congressman from California caused a stir by removing a painting from the Capitol that he found offensive. He would benefit by listening to the painting’s underlying message. By Parker Roose In June of 2016, David Pulphus, a high school student, painted a picture dealing with current events in our society that many praised and glorified. The painting would go on to win the Annual … Continue reading Offended Congressman Should Heed Painting’s Message
A comic by Jeremiah Richards Continue reading Comic: I Am Your New President
No one wants to be called a Grinch at Christmas time, but sometimes we have to look in the mirror and realize the truth. Continue reading 5 Ways We Can Relate to the Grinch
Why is the death of a pet so devastating? Continue reading The Loss of a Pet
Some Scrooges say you can’t listen to Christmas music until after Thanksgiving. Randee Thayer has something to say to those people: they’re wrong. Continue reading Christmas: It’s Not Too Early
It takes a fearlessness to snowboard well, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to fear. Parker Roose and his friends discovered this at Terry Peak. Continue reading When Fearless Snowboarders Discover What’s to Fear
For classes where students use computers consistently, many students are opting to bring their own. Continue reading Students Are Bringing Personal Computers to School: Why?