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Hamlet

Hamlet

Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
May 15, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

“To be or not to be.” As we wrap up the school year, our brains are fried. We are practically zombies walking the halls. The school work that we have, we are not doing. That is if we even make it to school. We are putting all responsibilities aside. We have only one thing on our minds, graduation....

Diamonds are Forever

Diamonds are Forever

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
May 10, 2017
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This year prom threw many people into a tizzy. Having the dance on the Madam Carroll for the first time in years made people anxious to see if everyone could fit on the boat. Disclaimer the boat was too small. The flood of 2017 had people worried of a prom cancellation. This is silly because, I mean, ...

Should “Under God” Be in the Pledge?

Should “Under God” Be in the Pledge?

Holly Widner, Junior Writer
May 3, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

What comes to mind when you hear the Pledge of Allegiance? A united nation? Patriotism? How about serving under a higher being other than the government? The pledge states the United States stands as one nation under God; however, the citizens see having these words as a problem in society. The words...

More Than Just An Emergency Room

More Than Just An Emergency Room

Lily Jay, Senior Writer
May 2, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Courier Top First Person Feature

Four months ago I waltzed into the Logansport Memorial Hospital Emergency Room as a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed intern. Within a half hour of my first day, my enthusiastic, eager optimism washed itself down the drain. Someone shook my hand and promptly said,“too bad you didn’t get here earlier... we...

ISIS Danger with Online Dating

ISIS Danger with Online Dating

Olivia Johnson, Senior Editor
April 28, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

When people think of online dating, you think of swiping left, swiping right, dinner dates, or maybe even living happily ever after. Newsflash, there isn’t always a happy ever after, especially in the depths of the internet. Islam Mitat felt the exact opposite of happy when online dating led her to b...

“Meeting” My Idol

“Meeting” My Idol

Malley Ronk, Senior Writer
April 27, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

Spring break ended nearly three weeks ago but the great memories remain. During the first week of break, my family went to Florida for a scheduled high school spring break for the last time. This being known, my parents made the experience one I will never forget. While lying on the beach and going to...

Miller’s Merry Manor

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer
April 25, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

     Mrs. Birnell’s English classes had the opportunity to help support the community by helping out the elderly. For the last few months, Mrs. Birnell’s classes have been working on a community service project. On Tuesday, Mrs. Birnells sixth and seventh hour classes took a trip to Miller’s Merry...

Every 15 Minutes

Every 15 Minutes

Kirstyn Kiger, Junior Writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

With prom around the corner, teachers, parents, and emergency personnel are on edge. High school students are going to go out and have the time of their lives; however, it could be the last time they ever do anything. Drinking and driving is a major issue in our society today. It ruins the lives of ma...

For The Girls

For The Girls

Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
April 13, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

When most people think of spring break, they think of college kids getting crazy on the beach, but drugs, booze, and boys were not part of our fun. This spring break was in the name itself, a break. With college, my future, and life right around the corner, I needed a break. This trip has been unforgettable....

Spring Break 2k17

Spring Break 2k17

Jael Forker, Senior Writer
April 12, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

This Spring Break I had the chance to stay at Madeira Beach with my friends Maci Good and Kylie Quaglio. Madeira is located between St. Petersburg and Indian Shores. I loved staying at Madeira because not many people were crowding the beaches and we were in walking distance of John’s Pass. If you’...

Taking on the Big Apple

Taking on the Big Apple

Holly Widner, Junior Writer
April 10, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Features

Over Spring Break while most people traveled to somewhere with beaches, sand, and sun, My family and I decided to travel to the east coast. Needless to say, the weather didn’t vary much from home. My mother and I drove twelve long hours to New Jersey to stay with some of my family. Although we staye...

Blood Drive

Blood Drive

Malley Ronk, Senior Writer
March 23, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Feature, Showcase

This Wednesday, the American Red Cross came to Lewis Cass to receive blood donations from students and teachers. I, as the senior coordinator, had the pleasure of checking people in, bringing donors refreshments, and seeing some people pass out. While the passing out moments were scary to see, I was happy ...

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