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The Squid Games, Ranked By Scariness

Contributing Writer Lucas Chiorini, '25 Warning: Spoilers The new Korean thriller show "Squid Game" is Netflix’s biggest hit yet, and has been one of the biggest talking points of the past few months. The show follows...

A National Tragedy: Gabby Petito Case Timeline

Contributing Writer Malak Aljerari, '23 A seemingly happy couple on a cross-country road trip vlogging their adventures turned into a disaster when Brian Laundrie returned home without his fiancée, Gabby Petito. There has been an...

Head Custodian Leo Falter Prevents COVID and Construction Chaos

By Nessy Sobey and Sadie Withers Leo Falter was hired as Head Custodian at Jamesville-DeWitt High School in November 2020. He previously worked at other schools in the district for thirteen years, including Jamesville Elementary...

New SRO Adjusts to the Beginning of the School Year at J-DHS

By Yeva Balayan and Griffon Filighera  Officer Mike Norton is starting his first year at Jamesville-DeWitt High School as a Student Resource Officer after over thirty years working in the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office.  Officer Norton...

Identity of The Zodiac Killer Revealed Nearly 50 Years Later

Image source: jenikirbyhistory.getarchive.net/ Contributing Writer, Mila Morgan, '24 The serial killer The Zodiac Killer has been around for nearly 50 years, nicknaming himself this to conceal his identity from the public. While most killers would do...

What is Going on With the Construction in Downtown Syracuse?

Staff Writer Mila Morgan, '24 In case you haven’t been downtown recently, nearly every major street is undergoing considerable renovation. The city has been replacing old water pipes before repaving the streets, and due to...

Texas Border Crisis Continues

Contributing Writer, Shahina Alibekova, '23 Since mid-September, thousands of Haitian migrants have been camping underneath a bridge in a Texas border town near Del Rio in attempts to seek refuge in the United States. Over...

Governor Kathy Hochul’s First Month in Office

Contributing Writer: Malak Aljerari, '23 After Governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation from office amidst the allegations of inappropriate behavior, Kathy Hochul, originally Lieutenant Governor, took the oath on August 24, 2021, becoming the first female to...

FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots

Contributing Writer: Mila Morgan, '24 On Wednesday, September 22, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized vaccine booster doses for Americans aged 65 and older or in jobs that put them at high risk for...

Halloween Movies to Look Forward to on Netflix This Year

By Abby Armstrong '22 Halloween is just around the corner, and there’s no better way to celebrate the fall season by watching Halloween movies. Netflix just recently announced all the new Halloween and horror films...