A Project for Better Journalism chapter


‘Hoodies are distracting,” said no student ever.

January 18, 2018 9:25pm | Zenaida Vasquez, '20

Imagine it’s freezing outside– meaning if you’re in the Annex, it’s also freezing inside–,  but luckily you have your hoodie on to keep you warm… then bam! You have a teacher telling you to take off your hoodie because it’s violating the school policy. Lately, […]

School meals attempt to provide nutrition to students

January 18, 2018 8:03pm | Fuanyi Nzeffe, '18

According to Kellogg Company, only 36 percent of high school student eat breakfast in the morning, despite research saying that breakfast improves concentration. Most people know that breakfast should be eaten every day, but why don’t they do it? “Maybe some people eat breakfast at […]

Does strict curriculum restrict teachers’ individuality?

January 18, 2018 5:33pm | Manley Timoll, '18

Sometimes I wonder who really teaches us: the county or the actual teacher? As a student, I felt like science was the coolest subject in school. There were activities and labs that were done that caught my attention and made me very enthusiastic but there […]

Minimum wage causes minimum opportunities

January 18, 2018 4:20pm | Darious Brown, '18

Have you ever had a friend that worked their butts off but somehow was always broke? Not because they splurge every time they get their paycheck, but instead, because they always had oh-so-very-little money.  This awakens a problem in the United States, showing that some […]

The future of the Senate lies in the hands of Doug Jones

January 18, 2018 4:13pm | Kai Charron, '19

The Alabama election that occured in the middle of December was more important than most perceived it to be. The winner, Doug Jones, is a very strongly liberal Democrat who pushes for the right to free healthcare, benefits to small businesses, and a living wage. […]