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This Big Nose Can Smell the Truth

Deena Kassem, Opinion Editor

September 14, 2018

  Nothing bothers me more than someone with false intentions. When unreliability meets laziness, the worst of characters are born. Don’t say that you’re gonna do something, and then don’t do it. Quit wasting my time, and quite frankly, your time too. Words mean nothing unless they have actions...

Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

Elisabeth Oster, Editor-in-Chief

September 14, 2018

  On May 25th, Wayzata High School students evacuated the school for what seemed like a drill. In reality, the pottery kiln had started a fire, creating significant damages. Although this was a significant incident at Wayzata, I think the more important detail to focus on was the response elicited...

More Than One Way Out

More Than One Way Out

Kelsey Deering, Media Editor

September 14, 2018

  Throughout the whole K-12 experience, we are told that everything we do is to prepare ourselves for a successful future. Our grades, extracurriculars, how much time we spend on homework every night determines which college we will enter after our senior year.   So, what’s the damage in...

A Letter to the Class of 2022

Christian Campbell, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018

  The first day of freshman year is full of many mixed emotions. Whether it be excitement or anxiety, here are a few tips to help you make the most of your freshman year and do away with any unnecessary stress during the first days of school.   In order to make a large school like Wayzata a ...

The Truth about the College Board

Katie Lins, Design Editor

August 14, 2018

  Every year, hopeful high school students pile into a freezing cold room and take a grueling 4 hour test. A test we are lead to believe proves our “preparedness” to colleges, but I believe it fails to accurately show a student’s intelligence, level of motivation, and college readiness. Each...

Anonymous Piece #6

Anonymous

March 16, 2018

  There are many things that we all share. Commonalities exist among people of every race, class, gender, or sexual orientation. This is the most beautiful things about being human: the similarities within the human experience are incredible. We all know how it feels to experience joy and pleasure,...

Anonymous Piece #5

Anonymous

March 16, 2018

  Cardi B, Kanye, Migos, and Rihanna all sing using the n-word. But what, or who, dictates when this word can be used? When discussing the the use of the n-word, many people question why African Americans have the right to use it, and why non-people of color don’t.   It’s important to...

Anonymous Piece #4

Anonymous

March 16, 2018

  African Americans have worked so hard to end segregation, and we are technically segregating a word--which shouldn’t be possible; it’s baffling to me.   We as a society have decided to take a word that used to be offensive, changed it, and made an unofficial rule about who can and cannot...

Anonymous Piece #3

Anonymous

March 16, 2018

  The N-word is a hot topic word due to its controversial place in modern culture. According to the Washington Post, the word is used 500,000 times a day on Twitter;“for many of this generation, the word is tossed around unthinkingly, no more impactful than a comma.”   Although African...

Anonymous Piece #2

Anonymous

March 16, 2018

  The use of the N-word should have consistency; we should all be able to use it without offending someone, or no one should be able to use it. This view is in contrast to how the word is used or looked at in society today. Its use has become more friendly than insulting in recent history.  ...

Anonymous Opinion #1

Anonymous

March 16, 2018

  The world has seen its share of healthy and unhealthy traditions, but something that seems to have stuck around is the N-word.   According to Arizona State University Professor Neal A. Lester, the N-word was derived from the Spanish and Portuguese noun “negro,” “black” in English....

The N-Word: Chains to Top of the Charts

The N-Word: Chains to Top of the Charts

Anonymous Writers

March 16, 2018

We have decided to keep the authors partially anonymous to prove a point. If you assumed a certain type of person wrote a specific article, we encourage you to look back at each piece with an unbiased perspective. From left to right: Kendall Berg, Messiah Latimore, and Katherine Robinson From left to right: Ros...

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