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SeNIOR EDITION 2023
Playing their part: Studio Honors makes a scene in Metamorphoses
BY: ELLA WILLIAMS
Actors move across the stage with the precision of a surgeon. The audience can’t help but gasp as a thrilling story is told right before their eyes. These actors have worked for years to get to this level, and their dedication can be seen in the work they produce.
DSA and ice cream
BY: XOCHITL GRAN
Pincho Loco, an ice cream store by ninth street, is owned by a student’s family who graduated from DSA. This year another student’s family began their own ice cream and crepe locality.
Winter edition 2023
Another leap for mankind: NASA’s mission to put humans back on the Moon
BY VIOLET DEWIRE
Smoke billows from the bottom of a massive rocket, illuminated by floodlights in the humid Florida night. A voice counts down: “3…2…1…and liftoff,” and the rocket takes to the sky, leaving Earth behind for a new frontier.
Climate anxiety or optimism?
BY DELPHINE LIU
Sunrise's new mural emphasizes disheartening climate truths, while illustrating a fight for hope.
2022 Midterm Elections
BY MORGAN ROYSTER AND DELPHINE LIU
The U.S. Senate is under the legislative branch that regulates federal laws. Laws by the House of Representatives are passed to the Senate to potentially be signed, debated, and voted on.
FALL edition 2022
Competition for cardinals in the Carolina community
BY JAKE HILLYGUS
Most people don’t think of Durham birds as the most colorful or exciting, but there are a wide variety that can be seen here, from the roseate spoonbill to the yellow-billed cuckoo.
Abortion's place in U.S. History
BY VIOLET DEWIRE AND LAYLA NIBLOCK
Two Durham-born red wolves join the fight to save their species
BY VIOLET DEWIRE
After four short years, two beloved Museum residents take a final look at their old home, and visitors and staff alike say their goodbyes as the golden-eyed brothers depart on their new journey.