• Remember to vote on 11/5!
  • School will be closed 11/7 and 11/8

Yes We Will: “The Peaceful Transition of Power”

Emma Taylor, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

He scans the room with a nostalgic smile, waving to familiar faces in the crowd. As the audience continues to applaud, there is something indescribable behind the expressions of these people. Everything about his stature and his presence holds our attention. The Obamas set a flawless example of grace, inte...

Thoughts on Dylann Roof Trial

Nick Kaczorowski, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017

​“For too long, we’ve been blind to the way past injustices continue to shape the present.” In his eulogy to the victims of the appalling massacre orchestrated by Dylann Roof, former President Barack Obama highlighted the current aura plaguing our nation at this time. Once again,  intense racial and prejudicia...

2016’s Top Five Vacation Destinations: Winter Break Edition

Mireille Zreik and Kunjal Kapadia, Staff Writers

January 9, 2017

After the inconsistent weather in autumn, winter finally arrived on December 21st. The temperature dropped, people wore sweaters and jackets, gloves and scarves were hung in lockers. Even though there was no snow day, Ramsey experienced its first snowfall of the school year. Small white flakes gently...

Face-Off: Trump Cabinet Picks

Cecilia Taylor, Ben Ashmore, Staff Writer, Opinion Editor

January 9, 2017

Donald Trump’s Cabinet Picks, Good news for GOP By: Ben Ashmore As Donald Trump's presidency is rearing around the corner, his cabinet nominations are grabbing the media's attention. One of the big names is his Secretary of State nominee, Rex Tillerson. Tillerson is the President and Chief Executi...

17 Things to Look Forward to in 2017

Grace Robblee, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

2016 was a year to remember. It gave us a new President-elect, we all took on the mannequin challenge and celebrated Leonardo DiCaprio’s first Oscar. However, there were many things we all wish we could forget. 2016  took away a few of our favorite figures, such as David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Prince,...

Face-Off: Hillary Clinton

Emma Kunz and Jina Park

November 4, 2016

The Case Against Clinton By: Emma Kunz Since 1974 Hillary Clinton has been involved in politics. Then, she was a member of the Presidential Impeachment Inquiry Staff. Today, she is the Democratic Presidential Nominee and front runner in the race to become the next President of the United States. 4...

Face-Off: Donald J. Trump

Alex Chambarry and Chris Lim

November 4, 2016

Donald Trump Should be President By: Alex Chambarry As November 8th approaches, Americans are deciding who they should vote for. Their options are Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. This can be a tough choice for many people, but I strongly believe that the best choice for the 45th president of the U...

Ramsey Day Needs a Reboot

Ramsey Day Needs a Reboot

William Kennedy, Copy Editor

October 7, 2016

September 10th, 2016 saw Ramsey Day take over Island Avenue in front of Ramsey High School. The annual town festival included a parade, carnival games and performers. The array of performers included a juggler, a magician, a wind symphony, a pet show and some inflatable rides, among others. However, the eve...

Hillary Clinton’s Health: Fully Recovered, Physically Prepared for President

Connor Koch, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016

With the election a little less than a month and a half away, Americans are starting to make their final decisions on which candidate they are going to vote into office. At this point in the race, any slip up for Donald Trump or for Hillary Clinton can be the end of their race. For this reason, the candidates...

Face-Off: Colin Kaepernick

Chris Lim and Jina Park, Staff Writers

September 29, 2016

Colin Kaepernick: A Disrespect to America By: Chris Lim, Staff Writer As more examples of police brutality have surfaced, the issue of which side society chooses to take in the debate of African American communities and police officers has become increasingly important. Much of society looks to cel...

Opinion