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My Cup of Tee

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

September 28, 2018

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

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

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

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

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

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...

Time Management

Time Management

Hannah Plauschin, Freshman Writer

August 29, 2018

I wake up for school at 6 a.m. to hopefully be on time for the bus at 6:40. Once I’m at school, I take notes, work, study, and try to finish all my homework. After school I have 2-3 hour long cheer practices or football/basketball games. If swimming is in season, then that’s added to the mix as we...

Not Enough Time for Homework?

Not Enough Time for Homework?

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

August 20, 2018

Not Enough Time for Homework? Nobody likes homework. Mmmm, ok well some people do-maybe. Both students and teachers have a life outside of school. Including our out of school life, students have numerous school work besides homework and extracurricular activities as well. How will we ever have time to...

Coping With Heartbreak

Coping With Heartbreak

Brooklynn Fye, Senior Writer

August 8, 2018

Everyone has a certain word that makes his/her skin crawl. If someone were to write down every word that made his/her skin crawl, they might start to notice a thing or two about the list. Things that could be noticable might be that the length of the list gets longer the older they get, the words have ...

Packing for Summer Vacation… NOT!

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

August 8, 2018

You are sitting in last period English class with backpack and supplies waiting for the final bell for summer vacation, and it's all that you can do to wait for the final tick of the second hand. Three… two… one… home free! For the past week, classmates have talked about their upcoming trips to F...

Ready Player One

Ready Player One

Jordan Henry, Freshman

May 17, 2018

   Imagine that it’s 2045. The world is in chaos and destruction. The depletion of fossil fuels has generated a worldwide energy crisis, leaving people stranded, not to mention how the rise in population can't be supported by its resources and surroundings. Wars are everywhere, and there is no...

Ball State Trip Puts Lewis Cass In Perspective

Ball State Trip Puts Lewis Cass In Perspective

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

May 9, 2018

Being a part of the journalism class, I have always thought of journalism team as just my other friends and classmates. I never thought twice about getting closer with them, hanging out with them, or getting to know them better in general. I had always assumed that all of the other journalism classes...

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