Breathalyzers at westminster

Sean Smith and Ryan Heazel

January 30, 2012

For the past few weeks, rumors of breathalyzers at school dances have been floating around amongst students. Seeing as we have been asked to write a column about our concerns over the introduction of breathalyzers, it’s pretty saf...

Student art hangs in the High

Carter Maguire

January 30, 2012

Cold, alabaster clouds hung low over midtown on Jan. 22, as people streamed through the doors of the High Museum.  Families, friends, and teachers strolled into the reception hall of the museum, greeting each other and admirin...

Clark urges students to consider a new eating habit, locavore

Ben Clark

January 30, 2012

I only eat local meat. It may sound ridiculous. You might be gasping right now, wondering how I can go without the irresistible crunchy-chicken-y goodness of a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich, or the juiciness of a Big Mac, bot...

Faces in the pavement

Faces in the pavement

January 30, 2012

School to breathalyze students

Mollie Cahillane

January 30, 2012

Seventy-two percent—nearly three quarters—of students, nationally, have consumed alcohol by the end of high school, according to Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). Underage drinking is absent in no high school...

Learning for life panel addresses lifelong success

Garrett Donnelly

January 30, 2012

“If you are sitting there thinking, ‘If my kid doesn’t get into Harvard or Yale or Princeton, then he or she is going to be a failure in life,’ then you have the wrong [idea],” said Jeff Rosensweig, director of the G...

Sustaining community cohort crisscrosses communal creations

January 30, 2012

The Sustaining Community Cohort, a new class-club hybrid on campus, stands at the intersection of sustainability, art, and community. It is exposing many high school students to many fun and unique experiences. “We asked students who...