The Phone Policy Dilemma

BY ADAM PRESTON Unfair, destructive, volatile, fair, justifiable, and sound are descriptions of our current cell phone policy within the Independence School District from students and staff. Generally speaking, most would agree that the phone policy in its current iteration is in poor shape. Whether it is inconsistent […]

My Experience With DECA

BY SYDNEY SNELSON Second semester of freshman year I walked into Mr. Harper’s class three weeks late. This was back when Truman partook in a hybrid schedule, and due to quarantine for possible exposure this was my first time back in school before winter break. Harper told me […]

AP Classes…Are They Worth It?

BY ROSA PRESTON Truman High School is one of the many schools that offers AP Classes. And these aren’t just your normal honors classes. AP Classes are harder and faster-paced. These classes can help prepare students for college and even give them college credit. But it’s worth questioning […]

Reviewing An Animation Classic

BY THOMAS WOOD In an increasingly bleak society, many praise the value of a comfort movie. While the qualifications for a comfort movie seem loose (anywhere from cheesy comedies to classic dramas), one thing is for sure: they make the viewer feel happy. Whether through childhood memories or […]