OUR VIEW: Falling out of love

The dominoes have toppled. All along, you’ve cheered on the bravery of women speaking up, the journalists exposing the coverups and secrets that allowed these assaults to happen right under our noses. But the next…

OUR VIEW: No ‘I’ in volunteer

Jones students always feel the need to be at the top. Not only do we compete on grades, the number of extracurriculars in which we are involved in, and ACT scores, but we take it…

OUR VIEW: Honey, let’s shrink SGA

Victory isn’t far out of reach when there are 14 class officer positions for which one can run. Many years, there have even been quite a few positions on the ballot that had candidates running…

OUR VIEW: PDA should be a privately done…

Walk down any hallway during Ac Lab and you’ll see Jones students using the allotted time in three different ways: working on homework, extending their nap time, or indignifying themselves with public displays of affection.…

OUR VIEW: 30 or bust

Spring is coming and with it comes the dread of every high schooler’s life: taking the ACT. The untouched test prep books have to be reviewed and those number 2 pencils have to be sharpened.…

Our View: Campaign for Clowns

Homecoming elections are here and the Jones student body could not care less, yet campaign posters for the homecoming court have sprouted around the school like Jones students at a Chance concert. There has never…

Our View: Faking It

Colleges and universities value students who dedicate their time to those in need and recognize organizations that promote these types of activities. Students often join these organizations with the goal of selling themselves to college…

Our View: A Real Homecoming

As soon as the State Street doors open, music is playing, and students are shouting. Teachers are dressed in costumes and students yell their class year. It’s homecoming season. Drastic changes have to be made…