Temple Trip Examines Civil Rights History

Jessica Rosiak, News Editor

January 22, 2020

For 5 days, juniors and seniors from Temple Isaiah in Lafayette visited Alabama and Georgia in order to learn about Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, including his fight for civil rights, while also examining Jewish life in the...

Conference Inspires Changes in Grading Practices

Erika Riedel, Business Editor

January 9, 2020

Various teachers have been experimenting with new grading policies after attending a Grading for Equity Conference on December 10 and 11. Joe Feldman, author of Grading for Equity, challenged the rationale behind grades and...

QT Cafe Provides Space for LGBTQ+ Voices

Mia Jay, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

LGBTQ+ students now have a dedicated space for sharing experiences thanks to the Wellness Center's new QT Cafe. Coordinated and facilitated by Sarah Khan, a Wellness Center support counselor, the QT Cafe is a weekly event held...

Flett Drives Can Collection in Dyer’s 5th Period

Mia Jay, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

The annual canned food drive raised $3,000 more than last year, due in part, to a new method of publicizing the standings of the competition between classes. A standings chart was displayed on a poster on the library window, and...