By Ansley Skipper
Every morning promptly at 9:40 a.m., you take your seat in Chapel. Some days you listen attentively, and some days you zone out completely, but inevitably, one day it happens: you hear something that makes you uncomfortable, shocks you, or with which you vehemently disagree. You’re left with nothing to do but sit there. Read what Rev. Bush and Mrs. Ray have to say about how and why we hear what we hear everyday.
By Sara Fraser
In the aftermath of the Charlottesville protests, discussions regarding the removal of Confederate monuments in the South have become vehement. Sara Fraser explores why some people have a misconstrued idea when it comes to honoring Southern heritage.
By Sara Fraser
The start of school never fails to incite worries about sleepless nights and the effects of screen time. You may tend to blame your lack of sleep on schoolwork, but consider what other things you are doing that contribute to your tiredness every morning.
Recently, some people have called themselves "colorblind" in making claims that they don't see race. Ruby Liles discusses the intent behind these comments and the issues that come with claiming to be "colorblind."
Isabella Townsend (12) and Anna Clay Pancetta (12) held a fireside chat about LGBTQ+ issues earlier this week. A large, diverse group of high school students asked questions about and discussed the LGBTQ+ community and some of the challenges they face.
Our British exchange student examines the British reactions to American President Donald Trump's first few weeks in office. Between e-petitions, protests, and a variety of politicians' statements in the UK, it will be interesting to see how the relationship between the two allies unfolds as President Trump's term continues.
Inauguration weekend was full of historical moments and large crowds, with women's marches following the Inauguration of our 45th President in over 600 cities around the world. After the marches, many are wondering what exactly the marches accomplished and what happens now.
Tatler Opinions presents our guide to who you should add to your social media feed. Whether a politician, celebrity, activist, or some sort of combination of the three, these five people will likely to make your life more interesting in 2017.
By Lexie Rook
Senior Guest Writer Lexie Rook writes about her emotions following the 2016 presidential election and how to move forward from this event.
Opinions Editor Meredith Hood writes about her emotions following the 2016 presidential election and how to move forward from this event.