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And Then They Said “I Do”

And Then They Said “I Do”

Clara Licklider, Freshman Writer

October 8, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Imagine the most stressful event of your life. Now take that, and multiply it by ten. That’s about the stress level I felt just being a bridesmaid in a wedding! I could not imagine what the bride and groom went through. Although weddings are stressful, the turnout is one of the most beautiful thing...

Changing over time

Changing over time

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

October 1, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Every year for my birthday I have a group of friends over to stay the night. The girls in this photo are all my friends that decided to party with me. The photo was taken on my 11th birthday party. My mom was taking the picture saying “smile big.” We always had so much food and games to play at ...

Rafting on the Tippecanoe River

Rafting on the Tippecanoe River

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

September 21, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Showcase

Field trips can be great ways to take a break from just sitting in a classroom--a great learning opportunity while still being a lot of fun. Some trips end up being very interesting and a really cool experience for all the students. Mr. Ullom’s AP Biology class and Mrs. Densborn’s AP Environmental S...

Living in the Moment

Living in the Moment

Bella Panmei and Brooklynn Fye

September 19, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

We have all been to a convocation or an event that took place in the auditorium. The principal announces to meet at the auditorium. We come in through all the doors and try to find our friends. Once we are seated, we chat with our friends waiting for whatever it is to start. Everyone is excited beca...

A Slideshow that Left Everyone in Tears

A Slideshow that Left Everyone in Tears

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

September 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Being a senior meant something to everyone in my senior class whether that be the last football game, softball game, or band concert; however, we all had the one thing we were going to miss the most: each other. For many years, our senior class hasn’t been the closest of friends. We have all found o...

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

October Third is a day I am looking forward to. I will be waking up at four a.m. that October day, which some would say to be dreadful but I look at it as exciting. I am excited about waking up tired as ever and trugging to the airport with my family before the sun has even risen. Something about boa...

Moving Up In The Fencing Ladder

Moving Up In The Fencing Ladder

Levi Dyer, Senior Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Most people have only heard of fencing. The first thing that comes to mind is the sight of clashing swords. In most cases this is true, but in others it’s not. Actually, the goal of most fencing is to hit your opponent following the rules that come with your specific sword; the foil, the epee (pron...

Saddle Up and Ride a Bronc

Saddle Up and Ride a Bronc

Dixon Collins, Senior Writer

September 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

     Labor Day weekend is usually one of the most relaxing holidays of the year. My family and I took a trip to Shipshewana, Indiana to explore the Amish country as well as experience a rodeo in the newly built Michiana Event Center (Mec) in the heart of Shipshewana.      My grandpa takes a ...

A Memory to Cherish Forever

A Memory to Cherish Forever

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

September 5, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

During spring break last year, I went to Panama City, Florida, with a group of my friends. All of us were a little nervous about taking on this trip by ourselves. We could’ve easily stayed on the beach, but we didn’t. We didn’t let this trip fail. We made every boring situation turn into the most ex...

I want sports in my life

I want sports in my life

Robert Fitch III, Freshman writer

August 31, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

In my family I have a lot of athletic people. I want to play in the NBA sometime during my life. Most of my family has played sports and some still are. I have a cousin named Brandon Wood who played for the Michigan State Spartans. I am also athletic because I play baseball and basketball. The reason I li...

Why I miss my Sister

Why I miss my Sister

Jack Salyers

August 28, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

These past few weeks have been strange for me and my family. My older sister Olivia, who graduated last year from Lewis Cass, moved into her dorm at Purdue on August 13th. I thought at first how nice it would be for her to be out of the house, but I quickly realized she did so many things for me that ...

Losing and Replacing My Best Bud

Losing and Replacing My Best Bud

Dixon Collins, Senior Writer

August 23, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

     Having someone or something in your life for years upon years is a great thing until you lose them. Not everyone understands how hard it is to lose your best friend until it actually happens. When it happens, it is the worst feeling in the world. Molly has been my close companion for almost f...

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