Humanities vs. STEM

Tylee Nguyen, Copy Editor

May 2, 2017

Filed under Editorial

  In today’s society, we rely on facts, striving towards truth. As a result, college majors that incorporate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (also known as STEM) has become increasingly popular. Often, th...

Importance of Chagrin Levy

Sarah Crane, Managing Editor

May 2, 2017

Filed under Editorial, School

On May 2, Chagrin community members will be asked to pass a levy which will increase taxes and additionally increase maintenance and build a new Intermediate school. There are two parts to the levy; part of it is an operating levy...

Candy Corn: Good or Bad?

Joey King, Reporter

November 10, 2016

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One of the most important questions during the halloween season is how good candy corn is. This question remains unanswered, until now. I polled 116 high schoolers to see their opinions of the candy. I asked them to rate can...

Please do not vote for Donald Trump

Dylana Felton, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2016

Filed under Editorial

I have heard people call Donald J. Trump many things: racist, sexist, homophobic, overall offensive… the list drones on and on, but out of all the things I’ve heard, one frightens me more than all the other horrible, awful l...

Why are sports gendered

Tylee Nguyen, Reporter.

November 7, 2016

Filed under Editorial

In the state of Ohio, you rarely see a male on the high school cheer team; you rarely see a female on the football team. But why is this? Why is there a gender division at all? In the states that do allow mixed-gender sports, the athlete of ...

Tanking in the NBA

Tanking in the NBA

April 20, 2015

Editorial