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Farah Haidari

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Senior reflections

Experiencing senioritis and pushing through Graduation is in a couple weeks. I will miss my friends and the faculty, but I am excited to get out of here! Even though…

Tuition freeze: students react

The Board of Trustees met earlier this year and reached the conclusion that the school should not raise tuition for the 2018-2019 school year. For the last 20 years, the…

Bye Tel Aviv, hello Jerusalem

Trump orders the relocation of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem This past December President Trump said he wanted to move the U.S.embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. However,…

The Olympics

I am not the biggest fan of watching the Olympics. However, when I do watch the Olympics, I prefer the Summer Olympics to the Winter Olympics for numerous reasons. Overall,…

Trial drives ‘Glee’ star to suicide

“Glee” star Mark Salling committed suicide late last month. In October, Salling pleaded guilty to storing child pornography on his computer. People magazine said that Salling would have faced four…

Decorate your cap

In my lifetime, I have been to a few graduations. There are some people who always enjoy decorating their graduation caps because it makes the experience feel more personal. According…

Taylor’s new system for tickets

  Taylor Swift has always been one of my favorite singers, but recently this position has been reinforced. I love how all of her albums are different, enjoy following her…

When religion influences the world of business

Many businesses are not afraid to make it clear they are Christian organizations. Some of these places include Chick-fil-A, Hobby Lobby and the Marriott Hotels. Some of my family members…

Toys “R” Us may leave due to bankruptcy

A couple of weeks ago, Toys “R” Us filed for bankruptcy. Toys “R” Us is filing for bankruptcy because, “In its fight to stay relevant, Toys “R” Us amassed $5…

Going green costs students green

Reusable to-go boxes in the Boyd Dining Hall, part of President Miller’s go green initiative, cost students $5 each. This year, the cafeteria has made a change in its carry-out…