The Chariot

Madam President

Madam President

Sarayu Bethamcherla explains how student government has improved her high school experience
Ainsley Giorio, Staff Reporter June 2, 2022

Four years of high school, four years meant to prepare you for your future. High school is a time full of self discovery where many begin to realize what’s important to them: finding out what they want...

Photo provided by Sarah Pecis.

Best Friends Separated

Graduating seniors talk about how they feel about being separated from their close friends.
Nidhi Kuchulakanti and Urvi Patil, Body Copy Editor and Staff Reporter June 2, 2022

As the year starts coming to an end for the class of 2022, many close friends are going in separate paths. According to the survey sent out to the Troy High seniors, 65% of seniors will be separated from...

Blending into the Majority

The struggles of 18-year-olds transitioning into the beginning of adulthood.
Ashley Park, Body Copy Editor December 15, 2021

Tick. You’re surrounded by friends and family. Tock. They stare at you eagerly, waiting for the candles to be blown. Tick. You smile and turn to face your birthday cake. Tock. In what seems like slow-motion,...

Loving a Lie

Loving a Lie

Students and staff shed light on relationship red flags.
Ashley Park and Raneen AlRammahi October 25, 2021

Many may have heard of the infamous story of Gabby Petito. A sweet 22-year old woman who is assumed to be murdered by her “loving” fiancé. While on a road trip with her partner, Brian Laundrie, Petito...

Angela Lee posed with her Violin

A Spark For Music

Senior Angela Lee reflects on her journey toward becoming a professional musician
Raneen AlRammahi, staff reporter May 23, 2021

Music, to the average person, can be beautiful and pleasant to listen to, but to many musicians, music is everything — it's their life, their struggles, their happiness. That is what music is to senior...

Photos courtesy of Srishti Gowda and Maggie Huber

Follow The Leader

Senior club leaders at Troy High discuss their journey to where they are today.
Avril Yu, Staff Reporter May 21, 2021

“Leadership” is a word which is often both beloved and dreaded by many students. Beloved, because possession of this noun is something that can be applauded, and dreaded, because it seems to exist...

“It was somewhat of a hail mary.”

“It was somewhat of a hail mary.”

Inaugural poet Richard Blanco reaches out to Troy High.
Andy DeGrand, Print Editor-in-Chief May 10, 2021

“We honestly did not expect any response back from him. We were hopeful for some kind of email back, but to have him send us a video and a signed copy of his poems was so nice,” senior Apoorva Mirji...

A Starry Night

A Starry Night

Sending Stars Over Every Attendee
Bridgette Scott, Social Media Editor March 16, 2021

Although it’s been a different and difficult time for many, despite all of that French Club has been able to stay connected. The French club has done many amazing things this year. Some examples include...

Environmental Activists Club

Environmental Activists Club

The EA Club works to create a better environment despite COVID changes
Katelyn Peaslee, Staff Reporter March 9, 2021

The Environmental Activist (EA) club focuses on trying to help the environment through mediums such as volunteer work and community organizations. Even with the COVID-19 virus, the EA club is finding ways...

Art Online

Art Online

Troy High Art Students talk about the many aspects of the art department
Luanni Ford, Graphics Editor March 4, 2021

Having many students drawn to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) at Troy High, art classes can be a good creative outlet for non-STEM inclined students. With the COVID-19 Pandemic,...

Poor Connection, Try Again Later

Poor Connection, Try Again Later

Students facing a lack of social interaction during quarantine share suggestions for how to cope.
Anjali Sanil, Staff Reporter March 4, 2021

Online school has presented many students with a challenge most have never faced before. As the pandemic drags on, being isolated and kept away from friends and other loved ones for nearly a year now has...

Where did It All go?

Where did It All go?

How the COVID-19 virus has affected the school lives of students.
Raneen AlRammahi, staff reporter March 3, 2021

Students crowded around on an early morning. Chatter and laughter fill the air as students walk down the endless hallways to find their class, where their teachers greet them with a smile. They situate...

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