Indiana's new abortion law passed March 24, firing up a rally for women's rights against Gov. Mike Pence.
Photos by Lillyanne Pham
House Bill 1337 (Indiana's New Abortion Law)
The main points of the bill that were found controversial:
Prohibits a person from performing an abortion if the person
My viewing of Batman v. Superman was a bit abrupt in my books. I actually didn’t know I was going out to see it until an hour before I actually sat down and watched the movie. The week prior to watching it I actually discussed
Every year in April, Columbus North presents the opportunity of taking the ACT to juniors or seniors who are college bound. In charge of the testing this year is English teacher Barbara Handt, who was interviewed about how the ACT works.
"The ACT is a college admissions
AP Economics students competed in the Indiana Council for Economic Education's Economics Challenge April 12 at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany. The top-scoring team was composed of seniors Emma LaVelle, Kevin Luo, Mitchell Kelley and Mason Mitchell.
The third place team at the competition
The water is warm and thick, the air heavy with salt. Surrounded by white walls and a blue light I struggle to relax. I take deep breaths, telling myself to stop over-thinking and be open-minded.
To kick off my spring break, I thought I would try
The US general election will take place Nov. 8. Voters will elect a president and members of Congress. May 3 is the Democratic and Republican primary, in which political parties nominate candidates for the general election. In the primary election, voters must select a Democratic
April 12, 2016, marked the day that represented how far woman had to work into the current year to make as much as men did in the previous year. That is, woman had to work 103 days after the end of 2015 to make the
The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) will host an event April 13 in room 1004A from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Student work, which is on display in the commons and across from the bookstore, will be up to win prizes, and art and baked
This Wednesday eight journalism students traveled to Los Angeles to attend the National High School Journalism Convention.
“ We get to attend sessions led by journalists. We choose which ones we attend based on our interests,” sophomore Log yearbook staffer Anna Andrews said.
While in Los Angeles,
As a high school student, sometimes self esteem and motivation can be lacking. As a way to improve both motivation and self esteem, signs have been placed all around the school as a way to keep people going and give them the little push they