Unpopular Opinion: New Year’s resolutions make it harder to follow through with change DAVEN ROBERTS New Year’s resolutions have quite the stereotype. You rarely ever hear a successful resolution story and around early February news stations, radio broadcasters, magazines, and social media are flooded with stories of forgotten goals and dropped routines. A “New Year’s resolution” is more like a “thing to change for the … Continue reading Do We Really Need New Year’s Resolutions?
Alumni cheerleader Hannah Taylor takes position as new cheer coach
Why is winter such a daunting time for students and teachers? TAZIM HOQUE During winter, many factors play into the climate of the school. With holiday break and midterms right around the corner, the transition can be heavy. In addition to holiday break and testing, students may ask: what else plays a role into the daunting time of winter? Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a … Continue reading SAD This Season: Depression’s Effect