2017 MLB season predictions

Jake La Barbiera

May 24, 2017

After the Chicago Cubs historical World Series win last year, the new MLB season is underway. The league’s big name teams are starting to reveal themselves, and others are struggling to live up to their expectations. The...

The fear of growing up

Lucy Urdahl

May 23, 2017

In elementary school, I was never scared of growing up. In fact, it was one of the main things I was looking forward to. Now that I’m faced with actually growing up, I wish I could go back to days of recess and nap time. Now,...

You’re smart, okay?

Gigi Connor, reporter

May 23, 2017

Shut up. Just … shut up. Please. For the sake of everybody’s sanity. You got a 94. Chill the heck out. I got a 37. I’m just happy I didn’t get a zero, and that I remembered to put my name on the paper this time. That was...


Grace Cotter

May 23, 2017

Coming out as a member of the LGBT community is a hard thing for many teenagers to do. According to, 92% of LGBT youth say that they hear negative messages about being LGBT. Although things have slowly been getting better...

Dave and Buster’s is still relevant

Shelby Sperling, Reporter

May 23, 2017

A second generation Totodile Pokémon, Nicholas Cage in National Treasure and an albino squirrel are all magnificent creatures, but there is only one place on earth even more magical than all of these things combined. This whimsical...

Blues on the Green gets music lovers jazzed for the summer

Melynn Barber and Sydney Frost

May 18, 2017

With summer around the corner, some students have been getting excited for KGSR’s Blues on the Green. For the past 26 years, KGSR has hosted a free concert series over the summer months. The concerts this year are on May 24,...

Post-finals feeling

Eliot Mayers

May 18, 2017

The time has come for finals to rear their ugly heads once again. The stress begins to build as the tests come closer and closer. You tremble with fear not knowing if you're prepared or not. The harder you work, the more reward...