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Life 360: Big brother is watching

By Jess McComb

As new tracking app Life360 grows into popularity, the cheap thrills of adolescence are being threatened by increase of consequence…

The Secret To Finding Your Ideal College

By Pilar Carson

Trade schools, public universities, and private liberal arts colleges: many of us Storm students will continue our educational careers after high school…

Losing my religion

By Julia Burdsall

As the world continues on its orbit around the sun and its geographical terrain continues to evolve, the religious landscape in the U.S follows a similar trend…

Trash Bros : Dutch Bros’ Waste Problem

By Hannah Kenneth

Upon returning to school from lunch, Storm students can expect to be greeted by an abundance of things: the smell of car exhaust, half drank Dutch Bros drinks…

Westside El Sancho Rumors Circulate Bend

By Anika Groener

Ask any Bend local about the well-known taco shop El Sancho and you’re guaranteed to get a positive response…

New Year, New Beginnings

By Julia Burdsall

As the world continues on its orbit around the sun and its geographical terrain continues to evolve, the religious landscape in the U.S follows a similar trend…

Climate crisis comes home

“I was expecting the energy to be mostly anger, I mean we have every right to be angry, past generations have created this mess that we have to clean up, but honestly, I felt like there was more feelings of hope than anything else,” said senior Lily Carson, who participated in the strike.

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The Pinnacle’s purpose is to breathe life into the stories of our school and animate the history of our immediate community. None of that happens, however, without the beautiful and slightly chaotic behind the scenes process of the paper.

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