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The two authors featured above, Agatha Christie and Edgar Allan Poe, are part of the English II curriculum. Both are by white authors and have stories featuring predominantly white characters.

English Department Diversifies its Curriculum

Isabel Bequer, Sophomore Staff Writer
December 15, 2020
Between three and four students of the entire high school, 0.6%, check out library books daily.

A Cultural Cri— TL;DR (OPINION)

Chloe Mintz, Sophomore Staff Writer
October 25, 2019
Girls tend to read more often than boys. 30% of girls say they read daily while only 18% of boys do.

Do Students View Reading as a Pleasure or a Pain?

Mei Lamison, Junior Staff Writer
October 16, 2018
People who read are two and half times less likely to get Alzheimer's.

Reading For Fun On the Decline

Haiqa Mian, Arts and Entertainment Editor
November 1, 2017
Many celebrities have participated in this phenomenon, such as Morgan Freeman, John Legend, Nick Jonas, and Kristin Wiig.

Academy Dramatically Recites Songs

Valerie White, Senior Staff Writer
January 19, 2017
Academy curriculum sometimes changes the reading list, yet teachers tend to keep popular books Photo Credit: Grace Neal/Achona Online

Students Look Back On Favorite Required Reading

Grace Neal, Senior Staff Writer
November 4, 2016
Many young adult novels are often labeled cliche and are ignored as a result. These novels stand out from the typical novel and are guaranteed to capture your attention.

9 Books Every Young Adult Should Definitely Read

Haiqa Mian, Junior Staff Writer
September 20, 2016
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