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Health Benefits of Flowers

Health Benefits of Flowers

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Junior Writer
May 4, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

I LOVE FLOWERS!! They make me so happy. All the colors and scents just cheer me up. Even though rain may ruin my happy mood, I know it is necessary to help the flowers grow. Rain makes me sad. I think it’s because the “outside world” looks so dark and depressing. But… I can handle the rain fo...

Lazy Day

Lazy Day

Kylie Quaglio, Senior writer
May 2, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

With life comes stressors. When people think of stress, they usually think about the negative kind of stress, distress. The category of distress that our lives have fallen into include small things like tests, friend drama, and the school lunch. Although these problems seem small, they add up. School...

Easter Candy

Easter Candy

Olivia Johnson, Senior Editor
April 18, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Easter Sunday is right around the corner. Church dresses have already been bought and the real festivities of the holiday have been put in order. Next, it’s the Easter Bunny’s job to fill the eggs and baskets for everyone to enjoy. As images of chocolate bunnies and fun filled eggs fill everyone...

A Hardship or Sheer Laziness?

A Hardship or Sheer Laziness?

Lily Jay, Senior Writer
April 9, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

All seniors will agree senior year is not bad coursework wise; however, we all will agree the endless scholarship applications seem like the death of us. I described the process of filling out scholarships as a “terrible hardship.” My father was quick to remind me how lazy I have become. In years...

How To Survive High School

How To Survive High School

Holly Widner, Junior Writer
March 23, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

A brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal represent all students found within the walls of a high school. Yes, I did use a Breakfast Club reference, but who doesn’t like that movie? Anyway, these people all have struggles to survive the nightmare or dream of high school. Here are ...

Dear Little Girl

Dear Little Girl

McKayla Ramsey, Junior Writer
March 21, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

This article addresses a situation that I faced about four years ago. It’s a very personal topic for me, but I want to let people know what is actually happening and for anyone going through it, you aren’t alone.   Dear little girl, shut your laptop and logout of ask.fm. I know you fear of...

Social ME-dia

Social ME-dia

Madilyn Hoff, Junior Writer
February 27, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

“Social media is training us to compare our lives, instead of appreciating everything we are. No wonder why everyone is always depressed.” The world has a very big influence on the lives of teenagers, especially girls, and especially when it comes to social media and other outlets. Most people ...

The Fallacies of Valentine’s Day

Marisol Karmel, Junior Writer
February 14, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

My least favorite holiday is finally here again, the one and only Valentine’s Day. Usually when I tell people that I don’t like the holiday of love, they accuse me of being bitter, but in all honesty, my time being single has been not only been some of the happiest times of my life, but also some...

Global Warming

Global Warming

Jessica Pinkston, Senior Writer
January 31, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

With the bizarrely nice weather settling in Cass County, I have heard many individuals talk about global warming. The long time believers have their noses turned up with a haughty, “I told you so” expression while the disbelievers grumble. However, do the warmer temperatures and lack of snow in the usual b...

The Problem With The Game

The Problem With The Game

Evan Ohman, Senior Writer
January 23, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion, Showcase

Today, we have travel basketball in leagues like Blue Chip, USSSA, and AAU. The game of basketball and any sport for this example is becoming more of a job than a game kids love to play. Sports are becoming more like jobs parents march their kids off to in the summer in attempt to get a scholarship t...

How Stress Can Help or Harm You

How Stress Can Help or Harm You

Lanie Miller, Sophomore writer
January 13, 2017
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion, Showcase

Two major types of stress include good stress, which is the stress that’s beneficial and motivating, and bad stress, which can cause anxiety and even health problems. One benefit about good stress is that it’s basically just a burst of energy that helps decide what to do. Many cases where stress...

Forty One Rules to Surviving ADD and Life in General

Christian Lewis
December 21, 2016
Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Living with ADHD isn't the easiest thing, but it certainly isn't the end of the world. Here are my 41 rules to live by with ADD and ADHD. These are simple, everyday concepts that have directly led to positive outcomes in my own life. I have the utmost confidence that they will help others. Rule 1.) ...

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