How can you Challenge Success?

Students are constantly searching for a solution to combat stress, nerves, schedule management, and sleep deprivation. These are common, but not unimportant, issues that affect high school students nationally. All Saints’ has been extensively focused on student wellbeing lately. A partnership with Challenge Success, a program designed at Stanford University to reduce student stress and…

Girlboss: Worth a watch?

Please note that the following show contains mature content and is not recommended for anyone under the age of 16. Season one of the Netflix original series Girlboss premiered on April 21 and follows the life of Sophia Amoruso, a difficult and angry millennial who is travelling the path of self-reflection. The show starts off with…

Social media versus self image

Social media has become notorious for making users feel inadequate in both lifestyle and fitness achievements. When celebrities post “perfect” pictures of themselves or a photograph from an expensive vacation, many of their followers often compare themselves to that celebrity. Even on a smaller scale, people tend to compare themselves to friends or acquaintances in…

Is the TSA in its corruption heyday?

Anyone who’s been to the airport a few times has seen it all, from random selection drug tests, to a disabled person having to get an extra patdown to make sure there’s nothing besides their wheelchair setting the metal detector off. The Transportation Security Administration, better known as the TSA, has authority over the security…

Uniform jackets: Teachers say yes, students say no

With winter here, the weather is becoming cold and windy, (except for those random weeks when it’s sunny and 75 degrees because it’s Texas). Students are wearing jackets and sweatshirts to keep warm. The All Saints’ Student/Parent Handbook states, “Only All Saints’ logoed wear may be worn over the uniform in class and on field…

7-year-old Syrian girl’s twitter is deleted

Imagine you are seven years old; every morning you wake up to news of more dead friends and relatives. You hear bombs exploding only a few miles away every single day. You watch your neighborhood crash and burn. You might even watch someone get murdered right in front of you. This might not sound like…