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The pain in being confident

The pain in being confident

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

December 3, 2018

A topic that is hard to handle and even harder to explain is the everyday struggle of self confidence. An individual cannot just wake up one day and love him/herself the way he/she did before someone broke them. When I say, “someone broke them,” I mean that something happened in his/her life and su...

The Legend of Hercules

The Legend of Hercules

Alex Myers, Senior Writer

December 3, 2018

When I was a little kid, about ten years old, I was obsessed with the Disney movie Hercules. It was my favorite movie because I loved Greek mythology. I read every book from the series Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan. My obsession with Greek mythology was greater than a kid’s love f...

School is a Developing Country through History

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

November 26, 2018

School is like the developing America through history. With the turn of time, new ideas and people start to come into the picture. People coming to the school in the middle of education process, or in this case developing process of the nation, can be seen as immigrants from different lands and countr...

It’s Still Gobble Season

It’s Still Gobble Season

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

November 25, 2018

As the Thanksgiving season approaches, we all think about the food, family, and friends we cherish. We ,however, cannot help but be bombarded with Christmas paraphernalia promoted throughout the local shops and stores along with the much loved festive tunes on the radio. Companies focused on shoving th...

Are Children Receiving Too Many Awards?

Are Children Receiving Too Many Awards?

Clara Licklider, Freshman Writer

November 5, 2018

Do you remember when you were a little kid and no matter what during events you’d get an award. These could include silly, athletic, artistic, spelling, math, and participation awards. Many pros can come out of these awards, such as self esteem boosts, turning a bad day into a good one, and feelin...

Screens and Thumbs

Screens and Thumbs

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

November 1, 2018

Technology plays an important role in our society today, and almost everything is based around it making it difficult to avoid. Because of this, everyone assumes that an individual has a phone. Phones specifically, are used and seen all the time and for many, is a necessity. I understand that it may seem l...

Mind Your Manners

Mind Your Manners

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

October 23, 2018

While developing as an adult and getting closer to graduating from high school, I have noticed that I am involved in so many different clubs, sports, and outside of school commitments. Through my school career I have been in marching band, concert band, cheerleading, tennis, drama, softball, golf, swim man...

Why Baseball should be America’s Sport.

Why Baseball should be America’s Sport.

Jack Salyers

October 4, 2018

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...

It’s That Time of Year

It’s That Time of Year

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

October 4, 2018

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

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

“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

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...

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