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A New Perspective

Olivia Salyers, Junior Writer

September 6, 2016


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Throughout my life community service has always been something I've had to do. Whether it be for National Honor Society, Church, or another group, my mom and dad always reminded me of one thing. Complaining is not an option. Sure, at the time I usually believe I could be doing something else, but it a...

My View of the World

Holly Widner, Junior Writer

August 31, 2016


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The world can be quite an amazing place; however, we always face experiences that change our minds. On May 1, 2015, my view of the world changed completely. The world showed me the evil side of mother nature. Growing up, I loved every minute of every day especially the weekends I spent with my gr...

The Loss of a Best Friend

The Loss of a Best Friend

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer

August 30, 2016


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Six and a half years ago I lost one of my best friends and biggest role models to a stroke, but that doesn’t mean I lost him for good. I was in third grade when I had lost my Papaw Woolever, and that was probably the worse thing I had experienced throughout my whole elementary years. Yes, I got bullied and ...

An Open Letter to My Nephews and Nieces

An Open Letter to My Nephews and Nieces

McKayla Ramsey, Junior Writer

August 22, 2016


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To my Nephews and Nieces, Seven years ago when I found out about the first of the five of you, I never could have understood how much love and joy you’d bring into my life. You’ve shown me things and taught me lessons that most kids my age could never understand. The first of you Elijah h...

My Summer

My Summer

Olivia Salyers, Junior Writer

August 11, 2016


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With summer comes friends, family, and fun;unfortunately, it’s not all fun and games. Along with the relaxation comes responsibilities. As I've grown up, I’ve begun to realize more and more of my time is consumed by sports, jobs, and errands. Sure, summer still becomes a major stress reliever but som...

Mr. Miller Joins Lewis Cass High School

Mr. Miller Joins Lewis Cass High School

Christian Lewis, Junior Writer

August 11, 2016


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A new school year is often a new beginning for many people, both students and teachers. As students, we find ourselves venturing new hallways and opening new lockers (if you’re lucky enough to get yours to open). We also find ourselves with a new class schedule. For some this may be a terrifying a...

Memphis Mission

Memphis Mission

Josie Woolever, Sophomore Writer

August 10, 2016


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For most people their summer breaks most likely consisted of sleeping in till noon, hanging out with friends, and having late nights out but, not for me. My summer consisted of a week of long uncomfortable car rides, early mornings, late nights and lots of hard work. This summer I joined my church’s y...

Fun in the Sun!

Fun in the Sun!

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Junior Writer

August 10, 2016


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My summer has been filled with wonderful experiences, but the best experiences began on my birthday! I flew out to California for the National FCCLA Conference where I competed against other national qualifiers. I also had the opportunity to travel to Yellowstone for Church Camp. Before all these trips, ...

Surviving My First Surgery

Dixon Collins, Sophomore Writer

August 9, 2016


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Surgery is not fun to experience. I had been approached by my dentist that I should get my wisdom teeth out. Once I found this out, I started asking friends and family if they had ever got their wisdom teeth out and most of them had. From what they said, “How it sounded like it was a very easy and a p...

J-Day

J-Day

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Sophomore Writer

April 26, 2016


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Everyone loves field trips. Most people, however, do not want to go on a field trip when it is about journalism because they think it will be “boring”. Journalism Day at Ball State is not boring by any mean. It was a lot of fun this year. I went last year and enjoyed myself so I decided I would go...

Foreign Doctor

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Sophomore Writer

April 26, 2016


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Have you ever gone to the doctor? I'm sure you have, but have you ever not been able to understand him? I know this girl who, without understanding the doctor, agreed to have surgery. She was a doctor in-training working hard in college. She didn't know she agreed to this because she had no idea what th...

Betty Wilson

Betty Wilson

Lucy Mae Wagoner, Sophomore Writer

April 26, 2016


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An old, frail lady died Friday, April 22,  because of water surrounding her heart. Before she died, she liked doing puzzles. Before she passed, she like sewing and quilting. Before her funeral, she loved to cook. Before she died, she was quite stubborn but I will always remember her.   Sh...

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