Senior Reflections: For better or for Worst?
From both of our proms being cancelled, to no spirit week, and the possibility of no in-person graduation, it has been a lot for the senior class of 2021 to fully grasp the reality of […]
Higher Education Shouldn’t Mean Higher Pricing
The idea that 44.7 million college students in the United States, a first-world country, graduate with an average of over $30,000 in student loan debt each, makes no sense.
Story by: Kendi Caldwell
Editorial Cartoon Courtesy of: Mahalia Savage
School Calendar Changes, Summer Ends August 25th
This fall, school buses will be arriving earlier than usual–on August 25th, to be exact. Starting school before Labor Day is back, and many are not happy about it.
HCPSS Emphasizes Mastery, Updates Dresscode
On September 3rd, new changes to the Howard County Public School System were set in place by the Board of Education including the dress code reform, the no-extra-credit policy, and the abolishment of the class rank system.
Dressgate: HCPSS Revised Dress Code For the 2019-2020 School Year
On May 9th, the Howard County Board of Education released a revised policy for the Students Dress Code, which will take effect this July.
Small Action Activism
How to stay woke and still sleep at night.
HCPSS Implements New Safety and Security Policies
Learn about the new ways HCPSS protects students and staff.