Freshmen bring After School into the classroom

Maya Kowitt

November 3, 2016

Filed under News

In the age of social media, teenagers are swamped with new devices and platforms to express themselves. Too often the anonymity that social media provides creates an outlet for students to share things online they wouldn’t sa...

Don’t go blocking my sites

Camille Baer, Opinion's Editor

November 6, 2015

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

Blocking social media is like blocking life. You can’t avoid it, and the harder you try, the more obvious its existence is. In the past when Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook were not blocked, I didn’t feel as much of an...

Irma Senior: Colleges are the new stalker

Emma Willcocks, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2015

Filed under Examiner

As senior year began, many students changed their names on Facebook. Some claimed that it was just for fun, but others did it to protect their accounts from prying eyes during the college admissions process. Do admissions officers...

[Wrinkly Face]book

Carly Travis, Opinion's Editor

October 16, 2015

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A day doesn’t go by where my mom doesn’t reference Facebook. “I used to have the biggest crush on Jimmy Gardner. He and I took Spanish together junior year.” “Priscilla Perotti and Ab Igram were the prom king and...

Top stories from the past 4 years: Start for NT Compliments

June 6, 2014

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In 2013, a new trend gained a following across the country. High schools and colleges throughout the United States and Canada created community “compliments” pages on Facebook as a way to combat cyber-bulling. The idea behind thes...

Faux Facebook names are a foolish fad

Kesley Curran, Opinion Editor

September 20, 2013

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

Seriously guys? Who thought of the “genius” idea to change your name on Facebook so, supposedly, colleges can’t find you? For those who didn’t change their name and do not know what on earth I’m talking about, let...

Don’t believe all the noise

Harry Kroll

March 7, 2013

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

On Monday night, Facebook exploded with activity as students frantically dug through it for any information they could find on a possible snow day. In the end, the snow day ended up having as much of a chance of happening as the...