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Columbias Class of 2022 is the last to be ranked #2 in the country. (Source: Kelly Reuters)

Don’t Hate the Player, Hate the Game

By Cinly Mo (I), Head Editor October 2, 2022

The latest version of the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of the best universities were released just in time, with school back in session and many anxiety-racked high school seniors preparing...

Thousands of people gather in Edinburgh to mourn their queen. (Source: Jamie Williamson)

Questioning the Queen’s Legacy

By Jessie Wang (II) and Michelle Wang (III) October 2, 2022

TRIGGER WARNING: Mentions of extreme violence and sexual assault. With Queen Elizabeth II’s recent passing, reactions to her death have grown controversial — should the queen be celebrated or critiqued?...

Companies rebrand to rainbow themes during Pride Month. (Source:

Reject Rainbow Capitalism

By Hannah Stoll (IV), Staff Writer June 19, 2022

As the clock strikes midnight on June 1, companies rush to change their social media covers to match the colors of the LGBTQ+ pride flag. They update their websites and in-store displays, covering them...

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard face one another in defamation trial. (Source: Chloe Melas)

The Depp-Heard Trial: Not a Mock Trial

By Fiona Yuan (III), Staff Writer June 19, 2022

Snippets of the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial have been circulating all over social media in the form of funny memes, TikTok compilations and YouTube reaction videos. This ridiculing and mocking has warped...

No, Money Cannot Buy Happiness

By Michelle Wang (III), Assistant Editor June 19, 2022

Think of the last time you bought a shirt you really wanted. For the next few days, you were excited about the newest addition to your closet and smiled at the thought of the trendy outfits you would experiment...

Yes, Money Can Buy Happiness

By Mary Harrington (II), Contributing Writer June 19, 2022

In a capitalistic society driven by wealth, money becomes a tool to make people happy. It can boost contentment by enabling people to obtain material goods, financial security and personal enjoyment. In...

Rachel Starr (IV) protects herself with sunscreen before her run! (Source: Mary Bosch (II))

Here Comes the Sun(screen)!

By Mia White (III), Contributing Writer June 19, 2022

With spring in full swing and summer just around the corner, the weather is warming up and the sun is coming out. While spending more time outdoors, enjoying the warm weather and having fun, more people...

Welcome to Robinhood: a digital door into the stock market. (Source: Lauren Dong (IV))

A Beginner’s Guide to Wall Street

By Neil Jin (III), Staff Writer June 19, 2022

Stock markets are arguably one of the most confusing concepts to grasp. There are so many coinciding graphs indicating different trends that each seem to be moving with a mind of their own. Luckily, developing...

Onlookers pray outside the site of the Buffalo Massacre. (Source: Matt Rourke)

Reflecting on the Buffalo Massacre

By Alessandra Woo (IV), Staff Writer June 19, 2022

The streets around Tops Friendly Markets are packed, as the Buffalo community comes together to aid families suffering from the armed hate crime and massacre that took ten lives on May 14.  Tops Markets...

J.P. Licks seeks new hires for the summer. (Source: Lily Huynh (III))

It’s All Over… or Is It?

By Caitlin Donovan (II), Staff Writer June 19, 2022

The summer after senior year is a rare chance to travel, spend time with friends and earn money before heading to college. While younger students pursue internships to build up their college applications...

Yes, BPS Should Lift Its Mask Mandate

By Thomas Oakes (IV), Contributing Writer April 17, 2022

Within a week of Governor Charlie Baker’s announcement that the statewide mask mandate for schools would be lifted, over 120 school districts across Massachusetts announced they would be lifting mandatory...

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