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Springing Into Spring

Springing Into Spring

Alison Kenaston, Reporter

April 11, 2018


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Sons of Guns

Sons of Guns

Eden Knoop, Opinion Editor

April 9, 2018


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“I ’m ecstatic for April 19th,” Joshua O’Connor allegedly wrote in a private journal. The reason: On April 19th, 2018, O’Conner, an 18-year-old, planned on massacring his classmates at ACES High School in Everett, Washington. April 20th, the day after O’Connor planned to shoot up the sch...

Hear My Voice Program Tunes Up Students’ Skills

Hear My Voice Program Tunes Up Students’ Skills

Mira Bohannan Kumar, Copy & Opinion Editor

April 4, 2018


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Many music programs at City High are established programs with established styles of music, and they rarely change to compensate for individual needs. In contrast, Dr. Beth Ackerson is currently teaching the new Hear My Voice program, which strives to accommodate students’ unique skill levels and prefere...

City High Interact Visits “Hill of the Bumblebees”

City High Interact Visits “Hill of the Bumblebees”

Bihotza James-Lejarcegui, Reporter

March 29, 2018


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Through the rain, five City high schoolers sat in a van as they drove to their next location–an orphanage. High up in the mountains and surrounded by clouds, they made their way around winding roads and looked out the window at colorful houses and waterfalls. These five high schoolers accompa...

African Pride

African Pride

Mariam Keita, Cecile Bendera, Olivia Lusala, and Destanie Gibson

March 23, 2018


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Africa is a large and diverse continent made up of 54 recognized countries, each having a large variety of rich cultural, tribal, and deeply historic traditions. The Little Hawk asked some of the Africans of City High to talk about their connections to the Motherland and how they think clothes can refl...

Food in the Age of Social Media

Food in the Age of Social Media

Lottie Gidal and Phoebe Chapnick-Sorokin

February 22, 2018


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Remember going out to brunch on a lazy Sunday morning? Maybe your family forced you into it, maybe you wanted to spend time with your friends, maybe you just like brunch. Remember the excitement of a meal that is not quite lunch or breakfast, but somewhere hidden in between? It’s so exciting, in...

G!World: Uplifting Young Women of Color

G!World: Uplifting Young Women of Color

Cecile Bendera and Mariam Keita

February 19, 2018


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G!World is not so much a club as it is a sisterhood.

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Welcome to the Future

Welcome to the Future

Mina Takahashi, Feature Editor

February 19, 2018


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Over the last century, technology has slowly encroached into every aspect of our lives. It’s in our pockets, on our wrists, and we encounter it everywhere we go. Audrey Friestad ‘18 has grown up in the age of technology, and has seen drastic changes in various products throughout her lifetime. ...

Summer Safe Haven

Summer Safe Haven

Nina Lavezzo-Stecopoulos and Maya Durham

February 14, 2018


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Camp Wapsie, tucked away in the woods near the Wapsipinicon River, looks like it came right out of "The Parent Trap." But for many of the children who attend every summer, Camp Wapsie is much more than a camp — it's a safe haven from the anxieties, stresses, and traumas of their lives. Micah Willia...

Photos for a Cause

Photos for a Cause

Zoë Butler and Mira Bohannan Kumar

January 24, 2018


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It may seem as though people–especially teens, constrained by a multitude of impediments–may be unable to help others. But students make large changes and small ones, and both can open up doors. Tatum Hills ‘18 is one of those students, taking her time to offer senior photos to students at ...

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