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Drones in America

Hayden Vest, Freshman Writer

May 15, 2015

A drone is an unmanned, usually armed, aircraft used mostly for military purposes such as surveillance and air strikes, but they are also used sparsely for domestic purposes. On rare occasions someone may see a drone flying around outside.  Drones have many domestic and military capabilities that before...

Social Media and our Generation

McKayla Ramsey, Freshman Writer

May 14, 2015

            Social media is a new phenomenon that has appeared within the past decade and is a very big part of my generation’s lives. You normally won’t see many people over the age of 10 without an iPod or some type of smartphone. In recent years kids have been getting smartphones at y...

Christmas: The Truce of 1914

Christian Lewis, Freshman Writer

December 18, 2014

In the middle of one of the deadliest conflicts this planet has ever seen, World War I, nations from both the Triple Entente and the Central Powers, laid down their weapons. And for a moment the horrors of war stopped to recognize the birth of Christ on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. This un-offic...

Harriet Tubman risked her life for others

Harriet Tubman risked her life for others

McKenna Moore, Freshman writer

September 25, 2014

The word generosity has many meanings such as the quality of being kind or the quality of being plentiful and kind hearted. Harriet Tubman gave generosity a whole new meaning by risking her life and giving all that she could to save hundreds of people. Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in 1820...

The Holocaust Involving Anne Frank

The Holocaust Involving Anne Frank

Holly Widner, Freshman writer

September 23, 2014

Everyone has heard about The Diary of Anne Frank, but not everyone truly understands her days of terror and fear. The Holocaust put innocent peoples’ lives into the hands of guilty criminals without any struggle. “The Holocaust is a history of enduring horror and sorrow,” said Louis Bulow, author...

Oprah Winfrey Changes the World

Delanie Deeter, Freshman writer

September 19, 2014

Changing the world sounds easier than it truly is. Yet Oprah Winfrey, a talk show hostess, changes the world with every passionate thing she does. Coming from a prejudice childhood, she strives to help and set an example for everyone. Oprah has changed the world in such dramatic way that people don...

A Christmas surprise

Quirin Gilbert, Freshman Writer

September 6, 2014

On Christmas morning of 2005, I was the first to wake up and go investigate all the new found presents under the Christmas tree. When I walked into the living room where we kept our tree, I was stunned to see the amount of presents. The wrapping paper was all colors of the rainbow, but my eyes went straight...

A Penny to Follow?

Sidney Tigler, Senior Editor

May 23, 2014

Everybody is desperate to find the “perfect one” some days. As for me, I solemnly wait until I am ready for a relationship – I am in no rush. Some individuals are more eager than others to find love, and they believe that’s the key to happiness. People try anything possibly to find love even...

Plea For Help or Just Plain Stupidity?

Marie Burns, Freshman Writer

February 3, 2014

  Justin Bieber, whose name rolls off the tongues of Americans with disgust nowadays, has gotten himself into quite a bit of trouble lately.  From egging neighbor’s homes to publicly urinating in a mop bucket in a New York restaurant, Justin has done it all without so much as a slap on the...

An Interview with “Abe Lincoln”

An Interview with “Abe Lincoln”

Savanna Thompson, Freshman Writer

January 16, 2014

                Abraham Lincoln was one of the most remembered and appreciated presidents due to his great leadership and courage to lead his country through the good times and the bad. He made his mark on history and left behind his legacy for the rest of us to admire. Meredith and his wife atte...

Swimming, A Lifetime Sport for Carbaugh

Jessica Pinkston, Freshman Writer

December 9, 2013

Kirsten Carbaugh, a Lewis Cass senior, is a great student and an outstanding athlete. She participates on our swimming and tennis team. Kirsten excels at both sports, but in this interview I focused on swimming. Kirsten’s family was a huge influence on her wanting to swim. Growing up with a pool...

Small Town Excitement

Olivia Collins, Freshman Writer

November 25, 2013

Everything started on Saturday, September 14, 2013, at one fifty- five pm. My brother, mom, dad, and I had been at the high school playing tennis. We had all played well and the day was going great. We were getting hungry since we played hard so we went to the Dog Shed to grab a bite for lunch. Since my parents own the Dog Shed, we go there pretty much ev...

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