Sula by Toni Morrison Review

Toni Morrison, a well known American novelist, within her novel Sula, establishes a variety of intriguing topics. In her second novel, published in 1973, she presents the story of a friendship between two African-American women who suffer from ups and downs, dealing with pain, fear, love, sex, and death. Though, the different topics are all very interesting and compelling, the […]

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Senioritis Alert!

Beware of senioritis! Senioritis is a common tendency of seniors in high school or college to skip class or slack off due to a desire to move on or because they feel further academic performance is no longer as relevant. Senioritis is also the decreased motivation toward studies displayed by students who are near to the end of their high […]

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Fall Choir Concert

On October 6th, I entered the Vance Brand Auditorium and saw the eager faces of Skyline High School’s choir students. It was their first concert of the year and the first with their new choir director, Jacob Gantz. I can see the anticipation in their eyes, the lights flicker on and off and the room goes silent. The concert started […]

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Falcon of the month: Teachers

Every month, two staff members are nominated by their co-workers for the Falcon of the Month award. For the month of September, Rebekah Cook and Melissa Chambers were chosen as this month’s recipients. This was the text of the nomination form for Ms. Cook’s: “Rebecca Cook has been an exemplary faculty member and math teacher at Skyline for many years. […]

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