Originally published in the December 2 issue of the Wenatchee World
As a junior at Cashmere High School, Cole Paton already has a number of impressive cycling feats under his belt. However last weekend, he topped them off with a first place finish in the Washington State Cylcocross Championship.
A Societal Analysis Article – Written By Reilly Kneedler
Originally published in the November 12 issue of the Scratching Post
Blurring the line: religious freedom v. school safety
As the battle between self-expression and rigid institutional conformity rages in the halls of our local schools, many think the First Amendment clearly states freedom for all.
Students often get upset when teachers and staff tell them what they can and can not wear, or what they can and cannot do while in school. This causes their minds to jump to the oh-so-famous Bill of Rights which protects their ability to wear what they want and express whatever they desire. What most students do not understand is that at school they do not have the full rights that the public does. Continue reading “The Right to Bear Crosses”→