As the gates opened I immediately felt ill. The village looked exactly like what I had seen the previous night. The guards from my dream smiled from the side of the entrance. I tried my best at a smile and … Continue reading Arrow Branded – Chapter 11
By Sarah Lee When I inform people that I attend a private school, the inevitable question is asked: “how does it feel to wear a uniform to school everyday?” Although I have been asked this question too many times to … Continue reading UNIFORM: Enforcing professionalism, or erasing individualism?
By Henk Van Den Berg 7:00am: The morning was clear and bright. The gleaming sun and cold air gave a false sense of warmth. Catherine Phemes had just begun her run. The neighborhood was still quiet, and the grass was still … Continue reading Status Update
By Steven Hu With the premiere of the final season of the United States America one day away, I would like to just quickly summarize this rollercoaster ride so we don’t have hear Clinton or Trump for maybe another three … Continue reading Election Review
By Cloudburst Willful blindness. Those are the words that come to mind when I think of Cassidy Chase. It doesn’t make sense at all for someone to be willfully blind, to ignore what’s right in front of them or to … Continue reading Perception