“Change is the essential process of all existence, Commander Burnham. You must challenge your preconceptions, or they most certainly will challenge you.” – Vulcan Ambassador Sarek. On September 24th, 2017, […]
In our aims to embody the student voice and provoke student awareness at City High-Middle, this column serves to consider inquiry in deeper investigation, providing detailed answers to common questions. City’s Inquiries asks, “What is being done behind the scenes at City to respond to student concerns?” Features are based on questions brought up in the Epic Exchange or throughout […]
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This week’s word is ‘holiday’. The use of this word climbed slowly from 1800 to the early 1940s, at which it began to climb at a significantly higher rate. One […]
Read about use of the word newspaper across the published English language from 1500-2008
Earlier this month, Shannon Messenger published her new book Flashback, the seventh book in the Keeper Of the Lost Cities series. Many excited fans have already read the book, but you may be wondering if it is worth reading.
The age old question of student workload has bothered many administrators for a while. Many have questioned if the routinely 3.5 hour process of filling out algebra equations is even worth it.
A quest through an alternate timeline reveals truths about our own reality, and a stranded astronaut struggles to make his way home.
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Predator cities are on the move, a robot grapples with its own identity, and 3 teenagers go on a quest to bring back magic in a tyrannical empire.
It can—and probably should—be asked: why does the world need another voice? Even just within these walls we already have announcements, morning and afternoon, and weekly updates and bulletins and […]