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Reading the Underground Above Ground

The time has finally come. After a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Notes From The Underground (NFTU) hosted a reading...

An Underwhelming Multiverse of Mid-ness

*Spoiler Warning* The hype train heading into May 6 was as big as ever, but once the big day...

Blood, Lies and Deception

When scrolling through Netflix or Hulu, people are normally bombarded with an assortment of boring docuseries. “The Dropout,” however, is a rare...

Advocating for Athletes

Every day, people all around the world tune into sports channels to watch elite athletes and the skills they possess. Whether it's...

Limited By a Letter

When a student logs onto FACTS and sees a sudden drop in their grade, a wave of self-doubt and discouragement circulates through...

Celebrities’ Captivating Gala Looks

The Met Gala is synonymous with over-the-top dresses and themed glamor. Every year, a theme is announced and celebrities have to compete...

The Final Semester Struggle

While this disease may not be contagious, it still impacts high school students all over the country: senioritis.  Senioritis...

Hand in Hand, Together for Mental Health

Despite the beautiful flowers and the nearing of summer vacation that comes with the fifth month of the year, May also has...

Cracking Finnish Horror

School’s almost out, and the surge of new movies are pouring in. Specifically, American horror has a plethora of exceptional films to...

Track’s Triumph

On May 4, the Maclay Marauders traveled to Jacksonville to compete in the FHSAA Class 1A regional championship. The boys got sixth...