On The Nature of Hate

This article was originally going to be on why I hate dabbing. I was thinking, “Oh, I’m going to have so many great reasons, like… Well, I’ll have more time to think my exact reasons while I’m writing,”. Then, when

UW-Madison Student Shadow Opportunity

A message from UW-Madison: We are excited to be able to offer your students the unique opportunity to come to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus to participate in a College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Student Shadow Day. The

The 2017 Jazz Cabaret!

Ya like jazz? A simple, yet deep philosophical question that sparks an idea in every human’s mind: “Do I like jazz?” The answer for most intelligent life forms is: “yes, I do enjoy the act of partaking in listening to

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UW-Madison Student Shadow Opportunity

A message from UW-Madison: We are excited to be able to offer your students the unique opportunity to come to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus

Light and Unite RED

Light and Unite RED puts a spotlight on the dangers of substance abuse and unites the community to engage in prevention, encourage treatment and support

Women’s March on the World

An unprecedented number of marchers and activists flooded the streets around the globe last Saturday, staging the biggest U.S. inaugural protest/Women’s march in the history

How to Survive Exam Week

  The week we have been dreading is almost here!  You have two goals to achieve during exam week. 1. Do well on your final

A Fantastic Film and Where to Find It

Wands, Wizards, and Magical beasts are all present in the newest installment in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter franchise: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them!

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Gain

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with a well known teacher in the school, Mr. Gain. You probably know him from March Madness,

Meet Your Next President

Two weeks ago, Republican Donald J. Trump became the new President-Elect of the United States, and the election of 2016 was finally over. Now, the

Why do people spend so much time on their phones?

If you go anywhere, you’ll probably see numerous people on their cell phones. Whether they’re texting, playing games, or talking to others on social media,

The 2016 Fall Play Review: You Can’t Take it With You!

Over the past few weeks, the Saber Center was been bustling with aspiring actors and actresses, and over the past few days they have showed

Study Abroad in High School

During the summer of 2016, I took part in a study abroad trip to Argentina. I lived in Buenos Aires with a host family for

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