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Gender: not so easily defined

Society perpetuates traditional gender roles and norms. For students who dare to think and act differently, high school and beyond poses a great number of challenges.
By Stephi Smith, Executive Editor March 17, 2015

It was in the shower when freshman Flynn Thomas thought, “What if I was a boy?” He described it as “just another random thought among the millions of others.” However, the more he thought about...

ASB changes spirit week theme in response to students’ concerns

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2015

Executive ASB announced earlier today that it has changed the theme of next week's spirit week after multiple students voiced their concerns. Originally labeled "Battle of the Sexes," several students...

Stereotypes are misunderstood

By Levi Suryan October 14, 2009

A lot of work has gone into suppressing stereotyping at this school. The funny thing is that many people don’t understand that a stereotype isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The negative effects only...

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