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To the Kids Still Trying to Find Themselves

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

September 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

To the Kids Still Trying to Find Themselves,   While growing up, we all try to find ourselves whether that be whom we hang out with, who our friends are, what we want to do, who we want to be, or where we want to go. We’ve all gone through this. We’ve all tried finding our place, our peop...

Fight for Equality

Fight for Equality

Hannah Young, Sophomore Writer

September 11, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion, Showcase

The fight for equality in women’s sports has gone on almost since it’s existence. Even with women’s sports advancing daily, they always seem to be one step behind the men’s. If our own yearbook can’t even display women’s sports, how can we expect the rest of the sport’s world to change? ...

Life of a Teenager

Life of a Teenager

Holly Widner, Senior Editor

September 5, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Life of a teenager hasn’t been better, right? Well, maybe being a teenager isn’t as glorious as it seems. While developing in a world full of technological developments and several controversial events, teenagers are put through several tough tasks; however, being young also has some perks. ...

Inevitable Failure

Inevitable Failure

Kace Kitchel, Senior Writer

September 5, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Mistakes. They form us. They make us who we are. People believe that mistakes aren’t meant to happen because in today’s society everything is meant to be perfect… anything less than that is frowned upon. We as humans expect perfection, but we have never and will never experience true perfectio...

Exploring the Outdoors

Exploring the Outdoors

Eurit, Gabe, Sophomore Writer

September 1, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Most teenagers in today's world spend a lot of their time indoors playing video games or playing on their phones. Making friends online has become a popular thing for teens to do. Unlike going out into the real world and meeting new people, technology provides a way to communicate with people you don...

To the Little Girl That Hopes to Be Just Like Me

To the Little Girl That Hopes to Be Just Like Me

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

August 24, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

To the Little Girl That Hopes to Be Just Like Me,   Ten years ago I was just like you, I was looking up to the high school girls hoping and wishing I’d be just like them one day. I thought they were so pretty, smart, and everything I wanted to be when I was their age, and now that I am ...

No More PDA!

No More PDA!

Mason Young, Senior Writer

August 18, 2017


Filed under Opinion

While walking down the hallways the past couple of weeks, I have noticed a very disturbing thing: PDA is everywhere. Even though during our class meetings students were told that PDA in school is very weird, unacceptable in school, and nobody wants to see it, couples still believe they need to canoodle...

New ‘Promethean’ Boards. Good or Bad?

New ‘Promethean’ Boards. Good or Bad?

Jameson Price, Junior Editor

August 18, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

  Over the past few months, the school has been changing everything from wiring to classrooms. Galveston Elementary School is no longer a school, but a small part of it will be  used for other purposes such as technology and robotics, and sixth graders have been moved over to Lewis Cass Jr-Sr ...

School Starvation

School Starvation

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Writer

August 14, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion, Showcase

As I sit in third hour, my stomach growls loud enough for everyone to hear, but I guess this feeling is something I will have to get used to. Kids wandering the halls like zombies? “Hangry” kids sassing back at teachers? Both of these are consequences of the new “No Food” ban. I fell victim ...

Growth Mindset:

Growth Mindset:

Madilyn Hoff, Senior Writer

August 10, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Growth Mindset. What is it? According to my psychology packet, growth mindset is defined as “A mindset is an established way of thinking. It is a set of certain beliefs or a certain way of thinking that will determine your behavior outlook on life, and attitude toward the events, circumstances, and pe...

Another Milestone

Another Milestone

Holly Widner, Senior Writer

August 9, 2017


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

First day of Kindergarten. Graduating 6th grade. Walking through the halls of Lewis Cass as a mere junior high student. Turning 16 and earning my driver’s license. Turning 18 in the blink of an eye. Starting senior year. All these phrases may seem like incomplete thoughts without any meaning, but, when ...

Summer in “Germany”

Summer in “Germany”

Lanie Miller, Junior Writer

August 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinion

I don’t know about you, but most of my summer was spent here. I didn’t have much to do other than fair this year, and then I found out that we were going to Frankenmuth, Michigan. Now I know that most people reading this most likely haven’t ever heard of any place called “Frankenmuth,” but ...

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