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What to do over winter break

What to do over winter break

Nic Cazin, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 16, 2022

Students throughout the nation have protested against gun violence for years.

When gun violence knocks on Raleigh’s door

Abby Dykes, Social Media and News Co-Editor December 6, 2022

The recent shooting in Raleigh has alerted all North Carolina residents of the danger lurking at any time in America: mass shootings. On October 13, the community of Raleigh was shaken to the core when...

Maggie Kane, pictured right, smiles with a volunteer at A Place at the Table cafe in downtown Raleigh.

Meet Maggie Kane: WHS alumna and founder of Raleigh’s first pay-what-you-can cafe

Emily Dudash, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 15, 2022

Nearly seven years ago, on her 25th birthday, Wakefield High School alumna Maggie Kane anxiously sat in the waiting room at the Secretary of State office in downtown Raleigh. For Kane, months of intensive...

Womens traditional dancers enter the arena for grand entry.

Powwow terminology for Native American Heritage Month

Kaylee Jacobs, News Editor November 29, 2021

On October 30, 2021, the first intertribal Dorothea Dix Park powwow was sponsored by the City of Raleigh and numerous Native American organizations in the Triangle. In honor of this new beginning,...

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