“As long as I’m passing.” Slipping by with C’s and D’s won’t end well for you.

Cameron Smale, Guest Reporter

April 24, 2018

When going about your school day, it’s pretty disappointing to hear, “Yeah, so I have a D- in math, a C+ in history, a D in English and a D- in science. But, I mean, I’m passing so that’s what matters.” I often wonder...

Broken Bones

Broken Bones

February 16, 2018

Fake News. Donald Trump announces his media awards on Twitter.

Madalyn Dishman, Managing Editor

February 14, 2018

In a recent tweet, president Donald Trump tweeted about his “THE MOST DISHONEST & CORRUPT MEDIA AWARDS OF THE YEAR” (caps included) and it immediately received a variety of responses. Many supporters responded to the...

Unnecessary “F” bombs

Unnecessary “F” bombs

January 26, 2018

Parking Pass Changes. Limiting student drivers required due to limited parking availability.

Jack Wexler, Reporter

November 13, 2017

Last year, parking passes were given out to any student that submitted an application and submitted the required fee. No applications, no background check necessary. If you wanted a parking pass, you got one. However, when...

Tanning. Are different ways to artificial tan really a safe and fast form of tanning?

Madalyn Dishman, Guest Reporter

May 3, 2017

Society has given many people the idea that in order to be beautiful, being tan helps. However, this is just one factor on an infinite unwritten “how to be beautiful” list. This thought has encouraged many to turn to artificial...

How do today’s cartoons compare to those of our childhood?

Carlos Galindo, Design Editor

April 13, 2017

Cartoons have been around for ages, leaving people a lot of childhood memories. While many remember all of the good animation and the art itself from the past, it’s not the same to some people anymore. Cartoons are a way...

Students and teachers share opinions on enforced parking rules

Jack Wexler, Guest Reporter

March 14, 2017

No student wants the annoying orange stickers that are impossible to get off. Unfortunately, if you park in the wrong spots, you are bound to receive one. Students and teachers definitely have different views on lingering parking...

Civil war play review

Collin Fox, Guest Reporter

March 6, 2017

I was unexpectedly surprised by the first theater performance I have attended at Utica. During sixth hour before break, sixth hours were invited to attend a performance of "The Morning of the Eighth Day," presented by our theatre...

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