Inside the Head of a Student with Autism

Isabella Wartzenluft, Reporter and Editor

March 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

A student sits down during seventh hour of the day, beyond ecstatic to finally be away from the noise in his previous classes. His casual dress of jeans and a blue t-shirt matches the couch that he sinks into. Brick, a therapy...

Teenagers Struggle with Body Image

Isabella Wartzenluft, Reporter and Editor

March 16, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

In high school, I see students struggle to find their own identity. Attempting to discover who you are comes with challenges which, for many, includes depression and anxiety. From this stems something I see people battle everyday, m...

That’s What Makes Jelly Beans Different Colors

Natalie Frey, Reporter

March 13, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Autism, though widely misunderstood as an illness that makes one mentally incapable, is defined as a neurological arrangement that includes far more connections in the brain than those without autism. This creates additional wiring...

A Look at Smite Patch 4.2

A Look at Smite Patch 4.2

February 13, 2017

Has Love Lost Its Meaning?

Isabella Wartzenluft, Reporter and Editor

February 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The way humans choose to express emotions and thoughts differs and shapes each individual. Elise Skarda, an Arrowhead junior, says, “Language is essential for humans to be able to communicate with each other and to be able to describe o...

What I Fear Now

Isabella Wartzenluft, Reporter and Editor

February 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

There are different kinds of fear. According to Verywell, the feeling is divided into two types, biochemical and emotional. Biochemical fear is how humans react to a perceived danger, when heart rates increase and adrenaline l...

Opinion