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PROS: Sugary Scandal

Jordan Meaker, Center Stage Editor
November 7, 2014
Filed under Opinions

It’s midway through a Monday morning, and you’re feeling the lack of sleep from your all-night homework session hard. You think the only thing that can brighten your mood is a massive Dr. Pepper and a bag of M&Ms from the school store. But, tired, drowsy, student, think again. Those sugary s...

Private or Public Schools?

Cayla Vanderzanden, Staff Writer
November 7, 2014
Filed under Opinions

A good majority of high school students have only ever gone to one kind of school versus transferring through their academic life. Ashley Garcia, a student from Fresno Christian in California, has had the experience of transferring from a public to a private school. Private school is different in many...

You’re a Criminal

Christopher Findley, Opinions Editor
November 7, 2014
Filed under Opinions

Upon looking at people’s phones or laptops around school, there’s something there that often disturbs me. At times, I’ve tried to convince myself that this isn’t that big of a problem, and that I’ve simply been over exaggerating the harm of this, but the fact that I cringe whenever this happens...

It’s Okay Not to Know

Sharon Kim, Back Page Editor
November 7, 2014
Filed under Opinions

I don’t know about you, but for me, the one question that can ruin my whole day is, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Don’t get me wrong, the question itself is perfectly fine to ask, the problem is, the never-ending train of thought that comes after the question. After understanding...

CONS: Sugary Scandal

Jessica Borla, Copy Editor
November 7, 2014
Filed under Opinions

Ever since we have started to become older, we have had to become more independent as well. We have to begin to make huge decisions, such as choosing our college major. Adults always tell us that we are young adults, and we have to do things for ourselves. The problem is, Michelle Obama is taking a part...

The Pressure of College Admissions

The Pressure of College Admissions

Sharon Kim, Back Page Editor
September 26, 2014
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The moment I graduated from my junior year of high school, the first thing that popped up into my head was, “I’m a senior now.” I will admit, it was exciting and frightening at the same time. However, like most adolescent teens my age I was oblivious of my own feelings until, time slowly crept...

Friends As Time Goes By

Friends As Time Goes By

Sharon Kim, Back Page Editor
September 26, 2014
Filed under Opinions

I’m sure many of you reading this article are curious as much as I am on the question of, “Are the friends I have now, friends I’ll have forever?” It’s a simple question, but a hard answer to follow up with. You go through high school not realizing you already fast forwarded to your senior...

Why We Need to be Listening to What We Hear

Why We Need to be Listening to What We Hear

Caiti Griffiths, Features Editor
September 24, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

As ease of access to mass communication continues to increase in the so-called technology age, musicians find that they have the ability to reach more listeners than ever before, particularly teenagers, through instant conversations via social media or free listening available on every device at any...

Pages or Scenes?

Pages or Scenes?

Abby Patterson, Staff Writer
September 23, 2014
Filed under Opinions

There will always be an open-ended debate about whether books or movies are more entertaining. I will always support the debate for books. Books leave their characters to the imagination. They can look however you like. It is like a movie that you have some control over. Also, movies are limited to a...

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality

Christopher Findley, Opinions Editor
September 23, 2014
Filed under Opinions

Ever since its creation and subsequent adoption into mainstream culture, the Internet has been an open forum for which converse and the exchange of open ideas and business could be exchanged. In the following years, the Internet will surpass television as many Americans primary source of gathering news...

The Importance of Homecoming

The Importance of Homecoming

Clare Reid, Sports Editor
September 23, 2014
Filed under Opinions

Homecoming is often considered one of the most important times every year in high school, especially at Lambert. I’m in Student Council, and I know the importance of homecoming - we spend countless hours decorating hallways, planning, and creating hype. Homecoming is supposed to be one of your fondest...

Crime Rate

Crime Rate

Cayla Vanderzanden, Staff Writer
September 23, 2014
Filed under Opinions

America has never been viewed as an overly safe place. There are cities like Atlanta, where crime has always run rampant. The over-all crime rate has continued to be sky high, especially compared to the rest of the world. However, these past years, crime rate has dramatically lowered throughout the country....

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