Coding the Future: Reid Sotkin Wins 2020 Congressional App Challenge

Coding the Future: Reid Sotkin Wins 2020 Congressional App Challenge

By: Hayden Alexander Our world is changing one technological advancement at a time. A hundred years ago the notion of being able to hold a supercomputer in our pockets or have all the information we could possibly want at the push of a button was unimaginable. Today, technology is moving faster than ever and the [...]

Trojans Work Hard for the Money: Working Students at Jenks

Trojans Work Hard for the Money: Working Students at Jenks

By: Hayden Alexander There are many firsts in High School. The first football game, first car, and your first job. Receiving that initial paycheck after applications, interviews, and many laborious hours marks your debut into adulthood. Like many things in 2020, student jobs have been impacted by the pandemic. Jenks students however have been hard [...]

Spooky Scary Horror Films Send Shivers Down Your Spine: Scary movie reviews

Spooky Scary Horror Films Send Shivers Down Your Spine: Scary movie reviews

By: Hayden Alexander BOO! Scared you, right? No? Well, I’m still honing my skills as a horror enthusiast. In fact, up until a week ago, I had never watched a single horror movie. Which of course makes me the most qualified person to review three of them. With no prior experience in the realm of [...]

A Monologue in a New York Minute: Trystan Novak Headed to National Shakespeare Competition

A Monologue in a New York Minute: Trystan Novak Headed to National Shakespeare Competition

By: Hayden Alexander Every year the National English Speaking Union hosts the Shakespeare competition where drama students from across the country, or thespians as they are known in the theatre world, compete at state-level/branch competitions in hopes of advancing to the national level. There these performers will present Shakespearean monologues and sonnets on the Lincoln [...]