Young People Making a Difference – By Lily Rabbitt

Many American teenagers are not unfamiliar to the concept of procrastination. Usually they apply the phrase to homework assignments, but it can also be a good term to describe attitudes towards other things in life. Teenagers have personal views on politics, the social climate, and how our society should look, but often don’t actually seekContinue reading “Young People Making a Difference – By Lily Rabbitt”

Interview With a Vo-Tech Student- By Lily Rabbitt

Students at Ringgold likely heard of Vo-Tech, an opportunity for students to leave school for a few hours and replace their electives with hands-on, career oriented education. Many, especially freshmen, may be considering participating in Vo-Tech in the future. Here, sophomore Destiny Haney explains her experiences with the program. Q : “What are you attendingContinue reading “Interview With a Vo-Tech Student- By Lily Rabbitt”

Riots and Unrest at the Capitol as Controversy Over the 2020 Election Rages On- By Nick Whaley

On the afternoon of Wednesday, January 6, Pro-Trump protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol building after a rally held by the President. This comes after weeks of controversy over what the President has called fraudulent election results, as according to him, “We won it by a landslide. This was no close election.” This all culminated withContinue reading “Riots and Unrest at the Capitol as Controversy Over the 2020 Election Rages On- By Nick Whaley”

Thanksgiving: The Suppressed Speech of Wamsutta James- By Lily Rabbitt

As many are aware, the famous First Thanksgiving, the celebration that would lead to generations of family gatherings and feasts, took place in 1621 in Plymouth, Massachusetts and was held by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Native Americans of the region.  So, in 1970, descendants of the Pilgrims wanted to have an anniversary celebration forContinue reading “Thanksgiving: The Suppressed Speech of Wamsutta James- By Lily Rabbitt”