Students dance at Young Actors Guild’s performing arts academy
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Driving: hit the gas or slam the brakes
Insight on hidden identities online

Insight on hidden identities online

December 30, 2022

Due to privacy concerns, one source will be attributed as Source A. Recently, there has been a new wave of how people handle social media....

Fight or flight at White Station

Fight or flight at White Station

December 30, 2022

A few things come to mind when hearing the words White Station High School: academic, diverse and “fight station.” Fight station describes...

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Pictured here is the album cover, where SZA faces the broad ocean on a diving board. This setting symbolizes her teetering on the fence of dropping into the suffocating emotion or sitting to reflect on the emotion instead.
Review of SZA’s reputation-solidifying album ‘SOS’
Elias Clements, Podcast Producer • January 30, 2023

SZA first rose to fame and became the world’s new obsession after her 2017 release of “Ctrl,” an album that placed her at #2 on the top 200 Billboard chart after its...

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Holly Cole (11) performs a hang-clean with the barbell. The softball team trains in the East Gym to increase their strength and athleticism.
Weightlifting women break personal records and barriers
Alex Le, Writer • January 31, 2023

Weightlifting: the sport or activity of lifting barbells or other heavy weights. What happens when this male-dominated sport starts appealing to the other gender? What challenges...

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Math team competes at Harvard and MIT

Sophia Marmion, Writer | December 20, 2022

Countless students dream of striding through the halls of Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but for eight members of the White Station Math Team, this dream became reality. The Harvard MIT Mathematics Tournament is a prestigious international tournament for high school math teams. With the exception of the top 10 schools in the country, schools secure spots by lottery....

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Mallory debuts political blog ‘Red Herring Journal’

Sari Richmond, Managing Editor | December 20, 2022

Elderly men in navy and gray suits behind closed doors discussing the ambiguities of economics and social rights have served as a stereotype for American politics consistently since the country’s inception. As members of Gen Z begin to gain standing in facets of American government, an interest in politics is becoming prevalent amongst more young people. Luke Mallory (12) is one of these and...

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