Corona Corrects the Environment: Fighting an Invisible Change

Lucy Jones: The miraculous return of dolphins to southern Italy—some of the first positive news many of us heard in the midst of the pandemic. Although Covid-19 has caused global catastrophe—in everyone’s day-to-day lives, in the economy, in the workforce—it has also helped restore and revive aspects of the natural world that might not have been feasible otherwise. With the whole world on pause, carbon … Continue reading Corona Corrects the Environment: Fighting an Invisible Change

Seniors Step into an Unpredictable Workforce

By: Lucy Jones As I watch my sister complete her fourth year of college—now with an unexpected twist—it’s clear the struggle she’s facing: no formal graduation, no chance for celebratory travel and, most alarmingly, a widespread hiring freeze. As for her life’s next venture, only more uncertainty awaits. She’s questioning when and how she’ll be able to get a job. And what will the job … Continue reading Seniors Step into an Unpredictable Workforce

Why disposable cameras are rising in popularity

By Emily Orman A film camera that requires professional developing seems anything but convenient in today’s world. The United States is living in a constant state of technological growth, where new phones are being released and robots are entering the everyday world. As increasingly complex technology continues to flood the market and become a staple in our lives, there is a 1990’s classic making a … Continue reading Why disposable cameras are rising in popularity

Clothes out of context: the working world’s influence on fashion

By Ainsley Sutterfield All students wear clothes, (well at least I hope they do), and many of the pieces high school students are wearing were made purely for functionality. Now, they’ve become the latest trends hitting the streets and hallways. Generation Z has embraced clothing pieces for their unique visual qualities rather than the previous practicalities. From overalls made for industrial factories to whitewater sandals, … Continue reading Clothes out of context: the working world’s influence on fashion

Bend Film Festival commands a global spotlight

By Lucy Jones The 16 year long festival has transformed from a local jamboree to something that brings together all of the film junkies from the Pacific Northwest. Bend Film festival fabricates a platform for local producers to exhibit their arduous films that usher viewers to see outside of the “bubble” of Central Oregon. “If you are an indie film advocate or are just looking … Continue reading Bend Film Festival commands a global spotlight

Actress spotlight: Isabella Torrance

By Ashlynn Bowles The cold black floor under foot. A galaxy of burning hot lights shining down from the catwalks. The hundreds of sets of eyes, encapsulated by the action on stage.   This is a sensation that senior Isabella (Bella) Torrance relishes.  “The first time you walk on stage and you feel everyone looking at you, is just a really cool feeling. You are out … Continue reading Actress spotlight: Isabella Torrance