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What does America mean to you?

New U.S. citizens recite after the judge during the swearing in ceremony.
November 18, 2019
Students in History of Refugee Communities collect stories of immigration and naturalization.

[PODCAST] Snider recounts experience, success in slam poetry

Junior Anna Snider performs at a poetry slam.
April 25, 2019
Junior Anna Snider, a student poet, joins us to share her experience with slam poetry.

Snider slams her poetic truth

Junior Anna Snider performs a poem of hers at a slam.
March 9, 2019
Poetry is where junior Anna Snider has found her passion.

[PEOPLE AND PETS] Snider shows fondness for animals through numbers

One of Snider's cats. Duppy.
November 15, 2018
Most people have around one to five pets. Junior Anna Snider has eight: one bunny, two dogs, and five cats.

Columbine shooting anniversary inspires student organized walk out

Columbine shooting anniversary inspires student organized walk out
April 21, 2018
On the anniversary of the Columbine shooting students participated in a nationwide school walkout to protest for stricter gun control.

STREET STYLE: Funky, colorful items enter the spring fashion scene

April 3, 2018
Students sport colors and confidence this spring.

MSA hosts third annual Hijab Day

US history teacher Molly Ward and junior Elea Besse go over her history agenda in a hijab. This is the third annual Hijab Day organized by the Muslim Student Alliance.
February 1, 2018
MSA planned the third annual hijab day in the SPA community; they handed out hijabs and sticks for students to show their support.

Iris: Art + Lit hosts fall Open Mic

Sophomore Quinn Christensen reads her poem,
October 17, 2017
Student club celebrates literature with open mic.

STREET STYLE: Layered textures distinguish seasonal transition

Senior Belle Smith wears a dress from asos.com, Steve Madden velvet shoes, and smartwool socks.
September 13, 2017
Layers of summer and fall styles pervade the hallways as students express their style in the changing temperatures.

Iris debut open mic night fosters inspiration

Ninth grader Anna Snider recites a piece she wrote in the Summit Center during Iris: Art and Literature's first open mic night hosted on Oct. 26. “I’m really glad that I did it,” said Snider.
October 28, 2016
Iris: Art and Literature hosted their first open mic night on Oct. 26 in the Summit Center for students and faculty to share works of literature.
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