The World Surrounding Corona

The World Surrounding Corona

Ellory Brossette, Editor In Chief

September 4, 2020

 Since the start of quarantine, facing world issues has seemed harder to avoid than ever. At the same time, with Covid-19 consistently keeping the world on edge, it seems some issues have gone somewhat quiet. Though it’s important to stay updated on the effects of the virus throughout the nation...

Age is Not an Argument

Age is Not an Argument

Ellory Brossette, Managing Editor-in-chief

April 7, 2020

­ ­ ‌‍  It is notable that age groups tend to share similar political and world views. As well, different generations tend to have trouble agreeing on many issues relevant in the world. Unfortunately, these differences are inevitable and will most likely never truly diminish, but one habit ...

Hello, 2020s. Goodbye, 2010s.

Hello, 2020s. Goodbye, 2010s.

Ellory Brossette and Ariah Whitlow

December 23, 2019

For most, a new year means a new beginning. This year, however, a decade deemed special to many ends as the new one comes along. Though the idea of hitting the year 2020 is exciting, many of us are sad to leave behind a decade full of new accomplishments and great memories.  To celebrate an eventful ten years, let’s ...

How to Give Back During the Holidays

How to Give Back During the Holidays

Ellory Brossette, Local, State and National

December 17, 2019

As we go about the stress and hardships of our every day lives, it’s not difficult to forget just how blessed we are. Giving back is a great way to practice being grateful, and the holidays offer a great opportunity to do so. Here are some ways to give back this holiday season. Volunteer at a lo...

Ok, Boomer

Ok, Boomer

Ellory Brossette, Local, State and National

November 21, 2019

Children have been screamed at by substitute teachers, raging twitter wars have been sparked, generations are feuding— all because of one phrase. Ok, Boomer. First, what does the phrase even mean? “Ok, Boomer” originated from generations Y and Z. It was originally created simply as a cle...

Happy Deaf Awareness Week!

Happy Deaf Awareness Week!

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

September 27, 2019

Ever since it opened, Atascocita High School has been proud of the diversity of its unique students and staff. This diversity includes not only factors like race and religious background, but culture and lifestyle as well. For the last week of September, we dedicate our attention to one very beautifu...

A Look Into The Deaf World

A Look Into The Deaf World

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

September 27, 2019

Every year for the last full week of September, we celebrate Deaf awareness. This year for Deaf Awareness Week, our newspaper staff put together a list of questions they would like to ask a deaf person. Our beloved American Sign Language teacher, Mark Pyeatt was kind enough to answer for us. Do you in...

Is Teen Depression Linked to Cell Phones?

Is Teen Depression Linked to Cell Phones?

Ellory Brossette

September 12, 2019

It seems obvious to many that today’s youth is struggling a considerable amount more than past generations with the issue of mental and emotional health. While most have their own opinions on this subject, recent studies have shown that this alarming new influx in depression among teens is more than...

America… calm down, please.

America... calm down, please.

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

April 18, 2019

With technology constantly advancing, voicing opinions has become much simpler for the youth of society in recent years. From speaking on social rights to thoughts on new fashion trends, it seems that everyone has something important to say, as well as access to sharing it. However, while the voice of...

Let Love In

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

February 15, 2019

To most, Valentine’s Day is a celebration of the love we have for our friends, family, and most of all, significant others. Unfortunately, while this may seem like nothing but a positive event, with all good things comes a little bit of darkness. The darkness in this case is one that is often pushed...