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The Horizon Sun

Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun

Student News for Horizon Honors Secondary School

The Horizon Sun


Israels actions in the Gaza Strip are worthy of being called genocidal.

Israel Has Chosen Criminality

Carsten Oyer, Editor-in-Chief May 21, 2024

It would be disingenuous to say that the Oct. 7, 2023 terror attack on Israel sparked the current war in the Gaza Strip. Instead, it is necessary to begin in 1948. The entire conflict between Israel and...

Protesters confront police.

The Rights and Responsibilities of Those Battling Injustice

Canon Grant, Political Analyst May 9, 2024

University administrations are faced with a critical decision to preserve the fundamental rights of Americans and let chaos reign or enforce law and order and trample on the rights of their students and...

Arizona abortion law has gone back in time.

Arizona’s New 160-Year-Old Abortion Law

Kalyn McLeod, Managing Editor April 19, 2024

Since the overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2022, many states have faced new abortion laws; Arizona is the newest on that list. On Tuesday, April 9, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a near total ban on abortions...

The Apple Vision Pro is a strange device with dangers for society.

Apple’s Dystopian Device

Jameson Kowalski, Columnist February 16, 2024

The Apple Vision Pro is a first-of-its-kind mixed reality headset, which was announced on June 5, 2023. The headset incorporates a normal virtual reality headset with new technological advancements to...

The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court to Decide on Trump Ballot Eligibility

Canon Grant, Political Analyst February 16, 2024

The fundamental rights of Americans are under attack. This statement may sound extreme but it is true nonetheless. The Constitution Center writes that in Colorado, a group of voters sought to have former...

Apple and Android are engaged in a fierce competition.

Split Perspectives: Which Phone Is Superior?

Matthew Greco and Jameson Kowalski February 2, 2024

The debate over which brand of phone rages. Both phones are popular for different reasons, as our columnists will discuss. Matthew Greco will be writing in favor of Apple phones. Jameson Kowalski...

A map of the states that are actively working to support student press freedoms.

Free Press after the Schoolhouse Gate

Kalyn McLeod and Carsten Oyer August 22, 2023

The First Amendment guarantees that journalists around the country retain the freedom of the press. For high school students, though, that isn’t always the case. Students have constitutional rights...

True crime entertainment hurts the victims and society.

Is Our Society’s Obsession with True Crime Unhealthy?

Sierra Perlmutter, Columnist May 23, 2023

Over the past few decades, the popularity of true crime has been ramping up. Podcasts, documentaries, TV shows, and movies have introduced the genre to millions of people. However, while it may seem like...

Jack Teixeiras leaks prove a wider problem among young adults flirting with edginess.

When Trolling Goes Too Far: Jack Teixeira and the Groypers

Carsten Oyer, Editor-in-Chief May 19, 2023

On April 13, Airman Jack Teixeira was arrested by the FBI at his Massachusetts home for allegedly leaking classified Pentagon documents on the internet, writes The New York Times. Charged under the Espionage...

The gender roles of the 1950s are only one issue that we associate with this often-glorified period.

The Problem with the Past

Claire Satiroff, Columnist May 11, 2023

Romanticization of the past has become a trend that fluctuates throughout the decades, moving from one time period to the next. People are now finding it trendy to say that they were born in the wrong...

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