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Keeping Up with Teens During “Quaranteen”

By Joy Alemu and Helena Bruck, Editor and Contributor

May 21, 2020

A Freshman’s Perspective When COVID-19 happened, our lives changed unexpectedly and we found ourselves quarantined at home. Usually, during our free time, we would visit family or even go to the movies, but now we are stuck...

2020 AP Statistics Polling Project

By Miles Stewart, Contributor

February 25, 2020

It’s presidential primary season. That means pollsters are out in full force trying to predict who supports who without having the time or money talk to every voter. But Americans have developed a healthy skepticism for pollin...

Students Address Heated Topics in Patriotism Forum

By Jerry Gao, Editor

November 23, 2019

Over the past year, Flint Hill has hosted multiple forums about various topics such as dress code and gender culture for students to express their opinions and find common ground with each other under adult supervision. On Thu...

Dead History

By Zoe Bredeson, Contributor

November 20, 2019

My language is dead history Constantly singing in mourning listening to my grandma taking flight longing to understand the way my mouth does jasmine rice I parrot con thương bà nội but cannot hope to understand what she says bac...


By Zoe Bredeson, Contributor

October 25, 2019

There may be some derogatory racial terms included in this poem but due to saving the artist’s voice and emphasis, we decided to leave them in this piece of art.   I’m a banana because I’m yellow on the outside but ...

Photographed by Joy Alemu

A Spirited Spirit Week

October 21, 2019

Club Fair Showcases Students’ Ambitions and Passions

By Erica Kim, Co Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2019

Club Fair is an annual event that brings together passionate students from every grade to display their clubs, new and old, in an attempt to advertise and recruit more members. Similar to past years, the 2019 Club Fair pushed hundr...

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