THE MUSE

Students take to the stock market to earn extra income.

STUDENTS AND THE STOCK MARKET

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
December 5, 2019
TEACHERS GO ON LEAVE TO START A FAMILY

TEACHERS GO ON LEAVE TO START A FAMILY

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
November 9, 2019
Known for his quirky ties, assistant principal George Miller holds one adorned with trumpets and music notes, just one of many of his musical ties. Over the past several years, Mr. Miller has been giving his eccentric ties away to students who compliment them. “I think the kids appreciate it when I give them one of my ties,” Mr. Miller said. “If a kid likes it and you give it to them, they’re happy.”

A LEGACY TO LEAVE BEHIND

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
November 3, 2019
IN HONOR OF OCTOBER

IN HONOR OF OCTOBER

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
October 11, 2019
Standing in front of the house they had just painted, sophomores finish Paint Your Heart Out. The photo was posted on the Class of 2022 Instagram page.

PAINTING WITH A PURPOSE

Jade Lichtenstein, Culture Staffer
September 25, 2019
Dance sophomore Mason Evans and dance junior Brenan Gonzalez were just two of several male dancers in last year’s Spring Concert. “I think the biggest challenge [of being a male dancer] is all of the stigmas and stereotypes that come around,” dance junior Alex Thomas said. “[People say], ‘Oh, ballet or dance is not a sport and you don’t have to work as hard and this and that.’ Growing up and defying all of those odds is a challenge.”

THE STIGMA OF MALE DANCERS

Sasha Smith, Culture Writer
September 18, 2019
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