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London rapper takes hip hop by storm

London rapper takes hip hop by storm

by Mackenzie O'Guin, Managing Editor of Copy
March 24
Filed under opinion, reviews

Grime rapper Stormzy's aptly named "Gang Signs & Prayer" discusses the rapper's faith, follies, and future in hiphop.

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“Get Out” was scary good for all the right reasons

“Get Out” was scary good for all the right reasons

by Gabby Mesa, Staff Writer
March 24
Filed under opinion

The thing about "Get Out" that stands out isn't its comical genius. It's the way Director Jordan Peele subtly, and not-so-subtly, addresses social issues.

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“Split” full of personality

“Split” full of personality

by Gabby Mesa, Staff Writer
March 22
Filed under opinion, reviews

During the film, I found myself sympathizing with Kevin, who had no ill intentions and voiced his desire to overcome his disorder.

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Eight reasons why Chef Scott is awesome

Eight reasons why Chef Scott is awesome

by Natalie Telep, Staff Writer
March 21
Filed under opinion

I love that Chef Scott is so knowledgeable about science, and his passion for cooking is evident in his devotion to making sure everything we eat is delicious.

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You aren’t just a nuisance I need to cover up: an open letter to my holey polo

You aren’t just a nuisance I need to cover up: an open letter to my holey polo

by Lily Manning, News Editor
March 8
Filed under opinion

My holey polo is something I’m proud of, not something I want to patch up.

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Why STA needs traditional art, and Teresa Wallerstedt

Why STA needs traditional art, and Teresa Wallerstedt

by Ellie Grever, Visual Illustrator
March 8
Filed under opinion

STA needs to invest more into its traditional arts program rather than focusing solely on technology.

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The bridge between the age gap

The bridge between the age gap

by Victoria Cahoon, Breaking News Editor
March 7
Filed under opinion

Why and how I believe the age gap can be closed.

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And the Oscar goes to who?

And the Oscar goes to who?

by Annabelle Meloy, Staff Writer
March 6
Filed under opinion

The Oscars were able to overcome the Oscars So White jeers of previous years but not before a huge mistake.

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Academie Lafayette helped me become the person I am today

Academie Lafayette helped me become the person I am today

by Margaux Renee, Staff Writer
February 3
Filed under opinion

How my grade school impacted me for the better.

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Stop wishing your time away

Stop wishing your time away

by Paige Powell, Photo Editor
February 3
Filed under opinion

We only have a few months left together, let's stop talking about the future and live in the moment.

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There are always ways to enjoy being a wallflower

There are always ways to enjoy being a wallflower

by Annabelle Meloy, Staff Writer
February 2
Filed under opinion

In life, it's better for introverts to have the opportunities to be themselves.

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Lowering the voting age would provide better representation for young Americans

Lowering the voting age would provide better representation for young Americans

by Sophy Silva, Staff Writer
February 1
Filed under opinion

If the United States is a democracy and wants equal representation for the variety of Americans, then why is it looked down upon to have younger voters?

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