How Well do Students Know the Cambridge Fight Song?

Rachel Lichtenwalner, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

Last year, being a freshman, I obsessively reviewed the school website, determined to explore every nook and cranny. This school was my second home. I needed to know everything about it. It was during my research that I stumbled...

How Do Extracurricular Activities Influence Peer Perception?

Cherise Kim and Sarah Hudson

May 23, 2019

It seems as though almost every teen movie, from the iconic “Breakfast Club” to “Grease”, seems to portray two key characters: the jock and the nerd. The jock -- though not the sharpest tool in the shed -- is popular,...

What Role Do Activities Play in College Admissions?

Cherise Kim and Sarah Hudson

May 23, 2019

When you look at success stories of students who made it to the college of their dreams, they all seem to share several standout qualities: 4.0 GPAs and near-perfect standardized test scores, to name a few. But academics alone...

The Pros and Cons of Being a High School Athlete

Sasha Severtson and Aaron Stephens

May 23, 2019

Playing sports competitively through high school, can present many benefits in both the present and the future. But it also comes with risks and struggles that can make it a challenge. Participating in high school athletics...

Enterprise Collection Day Five: Student Athletes

May 23, 2019

Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit ourselves...

Should Students be Taking More Dual Enrollment or AP Classes?

Anna Kerber and Grant Oglesby

May 23, 2019

Should I take Dual Enrollment or AP classes? This is one of the biggest questions students have, and many people have conflicting opinions on which is better. To decide, it would be best to start with the basic differences...