El Cambio Climático
By Adam Raana
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Stress Less: Not Just a Week
By Felicity Sebastian

One thing that all high school students are familiar with is stress: the stress of grades, extracurriculars,...

Uniforms & Dress Code—Does It Suit Us to Suit Up?
By Annabelle Wu

One morning while attending to my daily obligations—or check-ins, if you may, I witnessed my teacher...

Stress Less: Not Just a Week
By Felicity Sebastian February 11, 2022

One thing that all high school students are familiar with is stress: the stress of grades, extracurriculars, and social life. While there is no perfect solution that suits every student, Stress Less Week, held the week before midterms, is a good place to start in Cooper.  Throughout the course of the week, Active Minds leaders set up many activities to help people manage the stress leading up to...

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Uniforms & Dress Code—Does It Suit Us to Suit Up?
By Annabelle Wu February 9, 2022

One morning while attending to my daily obligations—or check-ins, if you may, I witnessed my teacher detaining her advisee, clad in a pristine T-shirt, and recommending him to sew on a “frocket” later.  A few weeks later, I wore a similar plain shirt and received an infraction. Frustrated, despairing, and gazing at my “Conduct” panel on the Cooper website, I suddenly woke up and realized...

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Chicken Fried Steak
Chicken Fried Steak
By Beril Ozturk February 11, 2022

Picture this: it’s another regular day at the John Cooper School. After managing to fend through your morning classes, you’re relieved that...

By Susannah Keiser | February 11, 2022

 We will all read something written hundreds of years before we were born throughout our high school careers. Whether it's Shakespeare, William Bird’s diary, or a Treaty of Versailles, everyone ends up reading a plethora of historical documents and primary sources throughout high school. However, it can be hard to comprehend what these documents are trying to say. Since the texts are often written...

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By Emily Hamer | November 2, 2021

We’ve all heard about it. We’ve all seen it play out, whether it was real or as a joke. However, there is still a lot of confusion and miseducation concerning epilepsy. For starters, about 3.4 million people nationwide have active epilepsy (meaning they have had seizure(s) within the past 3 months), however, that does not include those who have grown out of epilepsy or are not currently having...

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