The Chariot

Snow Day Serendipity
In the Hands of Another

February 19, 2020

Human trafficking has been a fear in the back of some people’s minds. From a young age, individuals are told to always stick together, never wander off. In recent years, human...

The Story of History Rewritten

February 19, 2020

The New York Times released an article on Jan. 12, 2020 examining American History textbooks produced by the same authors in two states: California and Texas. For the most part,...

Rumors of Record Absences Debunked

December 19, 2019

In the last week before winter break, many students are being bombarded with projects and assignments, and many more are finding themselves unable to come to school. The absences...

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Cooking Up a Storm
Review of Returning TV

February 21, 2020

Yes, I’ll be honest, one of my favorite things about the new year isn’t the ball dropping or some resolution I never uphold. It’s the fall series picking up after their...

Communication Conflicts

February 19, 2020

Throughout the past decade, social media has been both a tool and a detriment to many impressianable teenagers. Senior Lauren Hughes has had social media since sixth grade,...

A League Of Her Own

February 19, 2020

The new year usually means a fresh start, and new beginnings. With the start of a new decade, 2020 has proved to be a year of big changes. Not only are things beginning to...

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What is Perfection?
Are Memes Really That Funny?

February 21, 2020

Many students are familiar with the short-form video hosting service called Vine. Vine was an entertainment network where users could share six-second looping videos. After...

Relationship Gone, Lingering Pain

February 21, 2020

It’s a breakup. It is severed, no communication, that’s supposed to be the point. Yet, they still pull out their phone and scroll through old pictures, still rack their...

Divided on Diversity

February 19, 2020

When the 2020 presidential elections kicked off late last year, the American populace was met with candidates like Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and Joe Biden. With this, the...

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Basking in the Light
Which Dance?

February 19, 2020

Homecoming: you have the uncomfortable dress or suit, the friends, the cheap dinners and the press-on nails. Many enjoy this week filled with chaos, but many could live without...

Fact or Fiction: Your Opinion

February 19, 2020

Feb. 14, Valentine's Day, is celebrated by millions around the world, with traditions that back it up to a sixth century B.C. pagan holiday centered around fertility, Lupercalia. Senior...

The Difference in Our Actions

February 19, 2020

As world issues become more prevalent, ordinary civilians across the globe take action for the sake of themselves and others. Protests have become a common trend around the...

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Rearranging the Alphabet
“You’re One of Us”

December 16, 2019

A one hallway high school with a population of 127 students and seven full-time teachers, Troy College...

Shedding Light on Special Education

October 29, 2019

Please note that all of the parents and students interviewed have had their names changed not only to...

Let’s Talk About Stress, Baby

March 14, 2019

School has been in session for two months now and for some it can bring excitement and nerves, but others...

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Varsity Baseball’s District Final Win
VIDEO: Frustration Mounts Over Parking Lot
This is: Jason Trumbauer

April 22, 2019

  Junior Jason Trumbauer spends his days going to McDonalds, watching his favorite show “ Keeping...

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