• New Year, New You!

    New Year, New You!

    Fiona Murphy, Student Life Editor

    December 28, 2018

    Another year has passed, and we now welcome a new one — 2019! With the start of a new year comes the opportunity to reflect on what we have accomplished in 2018, how we have grown, and the memories we have made. However, we also have the opportunity to set new goals for the upcoming year. Here are...

  • The Meaning of Christmas

    The Meaning of Christmas

    Madelaine Patricia

    December 23, 2018

    Nowadays, people associate Christmas time with Santa, presents, shopping, and chaos. Christmas is viewed by people as either a time of joy and happiness or a time to dread. Many people who are unhappy with their lives or may be facing difficulties view Christmas as annoying and even  depressing, since th...

  • The Controversy of College Hazing

    The Controversy of College Hazing

    Kelly Schomber

    December 23, 2018

    ​College fraternities and sororities have been a long standing tradition of universities across the nation, but have the hazing processes to enter these organizations gone too far?  Fraternities and sororities utilize the hazing process to create a solidarity between members, as well as to test the...

  • The SHA Musical…Once on This Island!

    The SHA Musical…Once on This Island!

    Bridget Gedeon, Student Life

    November 9, 2018

    It’s musical season at SHA again, and this time it’s “Once on This Island”! Featuring Maddy Greene as the lead character Ti Moune, the cast and crew are putting on three shows from November 9-11. Evening performances on Friday and Saturday are at 7:00 P.M., and there is also a matinee performance...

  • SHA Halloween 2018

    SHA Halloween 2018

    Fiona Murphy, Student Life Editor

    November 7, 2018

    October 31st was another successful Halloween here at SHA! The day started with a special Halloween assembly - a school-wide Halloween Kahoot. This fun game featured challenging Halloween trivia (did you know that the largest pumpkin weighed a whopping 2,528 pounds?). The entire student body participated,...

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  • Schools Consider Later Start Times

    Schools Consider Later Start Times

    Teresa Boltri, Features Editor

    October 1, 2018

    As we face the beginning of the new school year, many students are already struggling with their sleep schedule.  Long hours of homework, late at night and then waking up only a few short hours later can be exhausting and is what many believe should be changed about our schools.  Sleep plays a key rol...

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