Who doesn’t love pinatas? Kaya Diebes describes how to make one of your own and some fun things to fill it with.
Abby Beddow catches you up on all new things happening this summer.
Abby Beddow continues her series on pet ratings. Contact us if you want your pet to be in upcoming issues.
Maggie Zeppelin continues Tech Time with a technology that can diagnose diseases and perform precise surgeries.
Alyssa Vue interviewed students to get their thoughts on prom.
It’s Earth Day! Kaya Diebes explains how Earth Day began and how it’s continuing into today.
Bill Phan explains his dislike toward the college board in his editorial.
Maggie Zeppelin continues her series, Tech Time, with a new technology that can diagnose PTSD from the sound of your voice.
Abby Beddow continues her series on pet ratings. Contact us of you want your pet to be rated for our upcoming issues!
The picture of the first black hole is finally hear. Abby Beddow explains how that was made possible.
The fire at Notre Dame has left huge devestation on a historical and cultural landmark, but there’s hopes of rebuilding.
Nina Broberg describes her experiences while making croissants and gives you some helpful tips for when you decide to make this delicious flaky goodness.
Abby Beddow’s series continues with more ratings of your favorite animals. Contact us if you want our writers to rate your pets!
Looking for an April Fool’s day prank? Kaya Diebes compiled a list of ideas to use against your friends and family.
Maggie Zeppelin explains how virtual reality can now help people with balance issues.
Bradley Short explains the controversy surrounding PETA and Steve Irwin who was recently honored by Google.
Nina Broberg expresses her dislike towards canned frosting and boxed cake mix. Go check out her article on how to fix all your problems when using boxed cake mix and canned frosting.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day! (Or at least it will be soon.) Kaya Diebes tells you about some of the biggest parties around the world that would be worth attending.
Abby Beddow starts her animal rating series with a bunch of dogs. What could be better?
Bradley Short explores how a bluefin tuna went for $3.1 million dollars at a New Year’s auction in Tokyo, Japan.
With Valentines Day coming up, Ava Welsch put together a list of some fun DIY gifts.
Abby Beddow dives into some of the most popular screen releases that are coming in 2019.
Katelyn Smith compiled a list of tips to help relieve stress after finals week.
Kaya Diebes explored ways to help pick and make your New Year’s Resolutions stick. And if you’re looking for some ideas, Kaya compiled a list… more on the fun side.
Noelle Flaschberger researched how animals can improve your health.
Maggie Zeppelin explored how the popular 1984 game, Tetris, is becoming a possible coping mechanism for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Kaya Diebes explores the last five decades of how toys have evolved. Going from the skateboard to the hoverboard, some of the most popular toys are described.
Artificial or real Christmas trees? Katelyn Smith explains both sides of view, so you can decide if you´re going to a store or a tree farm this holiday season.
Bradley Short explores an interesting story of a man who set up a Clark Griswald dummy hanging from his roof that ended up causing some problems…