Dress Code Sparks Controversy

Isabella Wartzenluft, Reporter

November 11, 2015

When the school year nears its end, students break out their summer clothes: shorts, tank tops, and any apparel used to beat the heat. Some of those clothes defy the dress code, but why? Bandannas, bare midriffs, strapless ...

Changing the Legal Drinking Age: Pros and Cons

Emma Reiter, Reporter

March 17, 2015

The legal minimum drinking age in the United States is 21. But one is considered an adult at the age of 18. There has been an ongoing debate regarding lowering the drinking age once again to 18. According to Alcoholism: Cl...

Mockingjay Takes over Arrowhead

Kendall Bennett and Niki Economou

December 9, 2014

Mockingjay, the third movie adapted from The Hunger Games book trilogy, came out on November 21st, 2014. According to BoxOfficeMojo.com, the movie received a domestic total of $228,316,339 as of December 1, 2014. Many Arrowhead...

Does Homework Help or Hurt?

Emma Reiter, Reporter

November 4, 2014

Homework is a constant variable in the life of a student. It is the dependable stream of worksheets and readings meant for practice and to develop further understanding of the topic. Even young students begin the cycle of returning...

The Bad in Banning

The Bad in Banning

Jenna waltors, Reporter

October 13, 2014

Part-time Jobs Impact Academic Success

Sonja Bergum, Reporter

September 19, 2014

According to the 2013 U.S. Census, one in every four high school students in the U.S. sixteen-years-old and older has a part-time job. The main two reasons high school students obtain a part time job is to save up money for coll...

Student Opinions of School Lunches

Logan Morrison, Reporter

September 18, 2014

At Arrowhead High School, hot lunch is an everyday thing for students, especially for those who don’t have cold lunch, forget their lunch, or have assisted meals. But one thing the students question is the health and quality of ...