Bad religion

Isabelle Dillard, Opinion Editor

April 14, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

America, we have a problem. We preach about being the land of the free and the home of the brave, but subtle forms of discrimination still sway national discourse to this day. One such form is religious discrimination, and it...

Famous high

Aston Patrick, Copy Editor

April 14, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

Celebrity culture has always been a part of America. From The Beatles to One Direction, the general public has been obsessed with the day to day activities and personal details of famous peoples’ lives. When one of our idols...

No shirt, no shoes, no service – and no gays

Natalie Scarbrough, Layout Editor

April 10, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

Tennessee Senator Brian Kelsey recently proposed a bill that would allow restaurants in the state to ban service to gay couples. The state legislature of Arizona is considering a similar bill. Way to take a leap back in acceptance,...

#Etiquette

Aston Patrick, Copy Editor

February 24, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

The most disturbing and irritating part of the internet is the comment section. It’s meant to be a place where individuals can share opinions about the article, video, or post above, but instead it becomes a screaming mosh pit...

Sensitivity overload

Bryanne Brewer, Writer

February 24, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

It has become very commonplace to be accused of being politically incorrect or commended for being politically correct, but what exactly does this entail? “It means paying attention to diversity. I've always thought it was...

Let’s tank the rank!

Isabelle Dillard, Copy Editor

February 18, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

On paper, education is all about numbers. Our academic achievement has always been measured numerically. Since elementary school, we have awaited progress sheets and report cards with little, neatly printed numbers that tell us...

Spartan lot etiquette

Kate Blankinship, Copy Editor

January 13, 2014

Filed under Viewpoint

Driving is a wonderful freedom— at least, it is until Spartans take a spin in the parking lots. We have the tiny little drives off Colonial and Perkins that can barely fit two cars, much less a bus and a car. We have sudden...

A publication by the students, about the students, and for the students of White Station High School
Viewpoint