Principal, Teacher and Student: Different Perspectives on the Final Exemption Policy

Angeline Fu, Managing Editor

May 10, 2019

Final exemption requests closed a week ago, leaving students awaiting their much-desired responses. For students who are granted their requests, the final exemptions policy is a nice reward at the end of the school year. But...

“The Best Day of the Week”: One Student’s Take on GROWL

Sarah Hudson, Reporter

March 13, 2019

GROWL -- the best day of the week. A day to sleep in, take my time getting ready in the morning and get breakfast with my friends. The administration is always trying to incorporate bear puns in every school event, like PAWS, CLAWS an...

“A Tradition and a Necessity”: The Importance of Christmas Music

Sarah Hudson, Reporter

December 20, 2018

Christmas has always been my favorite holiday. I love the colorful lights that illuminate my neighbor's houses in the dark. I love that my house smells like Yankee candles and a Balsam Fir tree. I love baking Christmas coo...

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