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Why Baseball should be America’s Sport.

Why Baseball should be America’s Sport.

Jack Salyers

October 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Why is baseball America’s favorite sport is real close to me. I am a huge baseball fan and baseball is my favorite sport to play and watch. Lately,  Americans have been saying that football or better known as the NFL is our favorite sport. In a Washington post article it said that 43 percent of Amer...

Seeing Suicide From a Different Standpoint

Seeing Suicide From a Different Standpoint

Ashli Key, Senior Editor

October 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

We have all been in that lonely, dark place where it seems as if no one is on our side. It feels as if we are invisible. It feels as if we cannot find the one thing that will pull us out of this funk. It feels as if the easiest way to make it all stop is by giving up. We have reached our final point...

It’s That Time of Year

It’s That Time of Year

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

October 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

October just started and Fall has finally arrived. I love this time of year when my instagram feed is full of orange, yellow, brown, and red and everyone is cozying up with sweaters and scarves. Fall has campfires with gooey toasted s’mores, apple and cinnamon candles, pumpkin foods, and movie days w...

Kaepernick goes viral

Kaepernick goes viral

Robert Fitch III, Freshman writer

October 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Today I would  like to talk about the Colin Kaepernick endorsement deal with Nike. Nike just aired its first “Just Do It” ad narrated by Colin Kaepernick. The current Just Do It campaign celebrates some of the most inspirational athletes today, who have chased dreams no matter the obstacle or outco...

Love Story

Love Story

Brannyn Spencer, Senior Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion

“An Old Fashioned Story,” happened to be a very accurate name for this anecdote. The story ends in happily ever after and I feel that this does not happen as much anymore. Many scenes throughout this story contribute to Elizabeth's character and the story’s conclusion. These scenes involve when her f...

Growing Up

Growing Up

Caleb Johnson, Junior Writer

October 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In time, you will succeed. Something will eventually come along. In order to pass a test, you must study. Russell learned the struggles of getting what he wanted in “Growing Up.” In this story, Russel felt that others needed to hear about his experience. Everyone needs to persevere and work hard...

My Cup of Tee

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

September 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Standing at the tee box for the hole that gives me the most struggle, the dreaded hole number six. Gazing down the fairway toward the flag, I line up my shot. I run through the checklist in my head: toes in line, head down on the ball, hands turned in, relax. The fundamentals are all there. Perfect contact!...

Changes

Changes

Lanie Miller, Senior Editor

September 27, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I’m young and I don’t know as much as I would like to think that I do, but one thing that I have learned is that people come, and people go. Even the people that you think will be in your life forever eventually aren’t. It seems like such a sad thing to think about, and in all reality it isn’t t...

Are We Waking Up Too Early?

Are We Waking Up Too Early?

Clara Licklider, Freshman Writer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Recently in the fall of 2018, Lewis Cass made a dramatic change. Instead of starting school at 8:10, we now start at 7:45. Now students have to wake up almost a half an hour sooner! To some students, this doesn’t mean much, but to me it is devastating. Last year I woke up at 6 a.m. and boarded the bu...

A New Building

A New Building

Kelsey Wise, Senior Writer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion

A building in Peru Indiana has been issued to go under construction. In the article I read in the Kokomo Tribune, written by Carson Gerber, mentions that this old, brick building will most likely become an eyecatcher by winter. The previous Pain Management Center had been shut down in 2017 due to Tr...

Can We Prevent Gun Violence?

Can We Prevent Gun Violence?

Brannyn Spencer, Senior Editor

September 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Gun violence is something that is becoming a greater problem. A leading cause of injury/death in the U.S., gun violence affects most people in America. More than 310 million guns are in circulation in the country. I do not think the government should take away guns from owners, but I believe some way ...

Cherishing Life

Cherishing Life

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Everyday we get out of our beds and every night we get in them should be considered a blessing. We all take this concept for granted. We just live day- to- day not thinking of all the blessings we encounter in one day until something happens that counteract with this ideal world. On September 10, 201...

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