The Quiver: High schooler announces retirement
BY DARIAN SABLON The word retirement often evokes images of senior citizens playing shuffleboard on cruise ships or shouting bingo at their local community centers. However, that idea may soon change, with breaking news coming out of CCHS last week of senior Carla Diggs announcing her retirement once she... Read more
The Quiver: New “Crocodile Dundee” trilogy set to hit theaters
BY DARIAN SABLON In a time filled with remakes, reboots and cinematic universes, a new franchise is now trying to join the fold, “Crocodile Dundee.” Often referred to as the Indiana Jones of the land down under, “Crocodile Dundee” was a phenomenon that swept the world during the 1980s.... Read more
The Quiver: 2018 predictions
BY DARIAN SABLON With the new year recently upon us, it is time to look ahead and begin preparing for what the promising year of 2018 has in store. If 2017 has taught the world anything, it is that sometimes the unexpected can happen, and here at The Quiver,... Read more
The Quiver: Looking back at 2017
BY NOAH CASTAGNA 2017 was a year full of landmark events and groundbreaking revelations. To cover such a monumental year in one recap article spanning two different categories would do a major disservice to the utter significance of the year. Fortunately, we have a thorough investigative team here at... Read more
Unpopular opinion: Politics belong at the table
BY NOAH CASTAGNA As the American political climate continues to become more and more polarizing, politics seems to pervade every aspect of life. One way or another, conversations can start out on topics ranging from movies to sports and everything in between, and somehow still wind up as a... Read more
The Quiver: Christmas Clauspiracy
BY TAMARAH WALLACE You better watch out. You better cry. You better pout. And I am going to tell you why. The image of a jolly, old man intent on bringing about happiness to the children of the world is a notion that has been perpetuated for years through... Read more
Unpopular Opinion: Commercial America makes the holidays more memorable
BY JULIA WENGIER Winter holidays like Christmas or Hanukkah originated from significant events that occurred in the past relevant to that religion. For Christmas, this was the birth of Jesus Christ. For Hanukkah, this was the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. The real reason people are in... Read more
Unpopular Opinions: Christmas music is bad
BY JULIA WENGIER With Thanksgiving out of the way and Christmas right around the corner, Christmas music is being played almost everywhere – at the mall, in coffee shops, on TV and even willingly from some people’s headphones. A potentially sweet holiday tradition, the idea of singing Christmas music... Read more
Unpopular Opinions: Senior superlatives don’t matter
BY CASEY CHAPTER There are many high school traditions valued by students, and seniors are typically the most likely to participate. But an appreciation for these practices has shifted from an enjoyable way to cherish high school to a competitive race to be remembered in one of the most... Read more
The Quiver: Advanced (Placement) Warfare
BY ANNABELLE ROSA Upon my desk sat a million and one pages all turned upside down or spread haphazardly across the surface of my desk. I yawned while simultaneously throwing my mechanical pencil on my AP Lang book, giving myself away to silent resignation. I turned to blankly stare... Read more