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Star Spotlight: Mia McManamy

Star Spotlight: Mia McManamy

by Katie Massman, Twitter Editor

March 26, 2020

Junior Mia McManamy will be transferring to Interlochen Center for the Arts in Traverse City, MI beginning next fall.

Supplying life

by Sophia Durone, Features Editor

March 12, 2020

Blood drives provide opportunities for students to help their peers and community members.

Local bakeries blend tradition with community values

Local bakeries blend tradition with community values

by Lauren Brackney, Page Designer

March 11, 2020

“I really believe that local business is a way that you can change communities, just in being able to really understand the needs of the community and what the desires are of this community,” Cacy said.

Corona phobia

by Faith Andrews-O'Neal, Opinion Editor

March 10, 2020

According to the New York Times, the Coronavirus is named for the crown-like structures that take place atop the microscopic parasites that create viruses. It can affect animals and people, and can exhibit itself in a range of respiratory illnesses, from the common cold to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, also known as SARS.

Bands channel students’ creativity

Bands channel students’ creativity

by Cara Barone, Writer

March 9, 2020

Members of musical groups at STA share their experiences being in a band.

Relay For Life connects cancer to the community

Relay For Life connects cancer to the community

by Anna Ronan and Lily Hart

March 5, 2020

The Dart investigates cancer’s effects on the STA community leading up to the Relay For Life benefit event.

Social media breeds biased information

Social media breeds biased information

by Lily Hart, Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2020

With an increasing amount of Americans choosing social media to consume their news, many in the STA community emphasize the importance of finding reliable sources.

Learning through observing

Learning through observing

by Ella Norton, Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2020

STA watched the film “True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight For Equality” Jan. 31, so the Dart explores the efficiency of teaching through films.

Students prioritize acting development

Students prioritize acting development

February 6, 2020

New and experienced student actresses appreciate the acting-focused feature of plays.

The financial “draft”: the U.S. military’s presence in high school

The financial “draft”: the U.S. military’s presence in high school

by Claire Smith and Rachel Robinson

February 6, 2020

Jan. 3, a day after the U.S. issued a drone strike on an Iranian general in Baghdad, Iraq, junior Lilly Stafford opened TikTok. As she swiped through videos, she saw one overwhelming trend on her “For You” page: jokes about “the draft.” At first these jokes were funny, but she soon began to see comments expressing fear about the possibility of a draft becoming a reality.

‘Tis the Season: how relationships work at STA

‘Tis the Season: how relationships work at STA

by Faith Andrews-O'Neal, Opinion Editor

December 23, 2019

Late fall and early winter is a season that is connoted with relationships, and STA students handle this in various ways in their different relationship statuses.

Star Spotlight: Emma Marsh

Star Spotlight: Emma Marsh

by Becca Speier, Photo Editor and Writer

December 19, 2019

Senior Emma Marsh has been ice skating competitively since she was 4 years old and discussed why she still finds herself on the ice.