Get Involved, Locally

Ashwin Prabaharan ’26 Staff Writer Local politics has been all but shunned away.  Presidential and congressional races grab the attention of nearly all media outlets, casting aside our local city council, state senate, and assembly elections. Less than half of eligible young voters cast a ballot in 2020. Voter […]

A Review of Young Sheldon

Stacey Kaliabakos ’23 Chief Opinions Editor If you know me personally, you would know that I hate watching TV.  I have absolutely no patience to sit through TV shows, no matter how interesting they may be. Usually, the only way I can finish a multi-season show is to […]

The Mitochondria is a Woman

Mackenzie Hughes ’25 Someone who gets distracted in class thinking about what gender parts of the cell are If the cell’s powerhouse has any gender, it’s female. The thing that’s responsible for generating most of the chemical energy needed to power the cell’s biomechanical reactions ain’t gonna be […]

Thanksgiving Day Football

Jackson Lauber ’25 Staff Writer Thanksgiving Day Football: a classic American tradition dating back to 1920, occurring annually except during World War 2. The Thanksgiving Day slate of games often includes both the Lions and the Cowboys, and this year is no different. Thanksgiving Day 2020 features the […]