Review: “Every Day” is not meant for everyone (Quarter 3)

Based on David Levithan’s 2012 best-selling novel, the young adult adaptation of “Every Day” is cliche and leaves the audience with questions and unresolved plots. “Every Day,” directed by Michael Sucsy, is similar to his other works which also have a slow and easy-to-follow storyline. A soul named “A” is a wandering soul who occupies… Continue reading Review: “Every Day” is not meant for everyone (Quarter 3)

Feature: College application deadlines approach (Quarter 2)

So far, Davis High seniors are on many different stages of their college application process. Ethan Tran entered his senior year with his college application essays already prepared over the summer. “I’ve input all my information [on The Common Application], but still need to revise my essays,” he said. Senior Will Alpers is confident he… Continue reading Feature: College application deadlines approach (Quarter 2)

Opinion: Students should be allowed to eat lunch in their cars (Quarter 1)

Students want a safe, clean and comfortable place where they can enjoy their lunch with their peers or by themselves, but Davis High’s lack of lunch tables and seating areas makes it tougher for students to find such a place. Many jump to the conclusion that their car is the ideal place to spend lunch,… Continue reading Opinion: Students should be allowed to eat lunch in their cars (Quarter 1)

News: Davis High responds to Hurricane Harvey (Quarter 1)

Hurricane Harvey, first sighted as a tropical storm, hit the Gulf Coast on Aug. 25 and gradually made its way through parts of Texas, Louisiana and southern Arkansas, leaving more than 7,000 homes destroyed and over 80 people dead. On Aug. 24, Harvey was classified as a Category 1 hurricane once its winds reached 80… Continue reading News: Davis High responds to Hurricane Harvey (Quarter 1)