Happy Fallidays!

By: Shreya Senthilkumar, Shivani Handa, and Kushal Upreti People all over the world celebrate different holidays during the fall season. While they may seem different, they all share common themes of unity, family, and festive spirit. Here are three fall holidays that many students at Apex High School celebrate. Diwali: A fall holiday that Americans may not be aware of

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The Cougar Statue

By: Calvin Sonntag and Matthew Shelby The classes of 2019 and 2020 have left their Legacy gift to the school; the Cougar statue outside in the courtyard. It was given to appreciate the class of 2020 and the circumstances they went through, including attending old Apex, Green Level, new Apex, and having their senior year cut short by Covid. The

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Thanksgiving Feast

By; Hailey Spielman With the holidays coming up, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to spice up your cookbook. Maybe you want to try something new, or last year’s dinner food wasn’t what you wanted it to be. Either way you can make this year better than the last with trying some of these new recipes, and bringing them to your

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Wage Increase for School Employees

By: Allison Hurley For decades school employees across the country have asked for higher wages. On Tuesday, November 2, 2021 the Wake County School Board of Education approved a wage increase for full and part-time employees, but many are asking, is it enough? Through the COVID-19 pandemic teachers have had more work than previous years. They adjusted to teaching online

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Everything You Need to Know About Sarah Mitchell

By Amber Wilson and Sydney Brown You may have heard about her on the announcements: State Cross Country Champion, Conference Champion, Qualifier for Outdoor Track Nationals, breaker of school records. This is Sarah Mitchell, a senior here at Apex High School. Sarah attributes her start in running to her older brother, who convinced her to play games with him when

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