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It’s Just the Brain

It's Just the Brain

Jason Ferris, Head Editor

March 23, 2017

A few weeks ago, after I settled into my Saturday-morning-TV-watching position on the couch, my mother did the unthinkable. She had me answer her cellphone. It sounds innocent enough; a call comes in and the recipient is supposed to answer. Of course, if you have crippling phone anxiety, this is more tha...

Sweek!

Sweek!

March 22, 2017

Sweek Seniors, only 3 more months left until graduation! Do I even have to remind you what is next? The week every senior is waiting for-that sweet taste of freedom and vacation-sweek! For those of you not familiar, sweek or more commonly known as “senior week,” is a vacation seniors plan to go ...

Long Distance Relationships

Long Distance Relationships

Amber Hubenschmidt, Senior Staff Writer

March 22, 2017

Getting ready to head off to college hundreds of miles away while your significant other stays behind? Here are a few tips on how to survive that long distance relationship you're about to endure. Whether you've been together for 2 months or 2 years, change isn't always easy. You go from seeing each o...

Budget Friendly Holiday Gifts

Budget Friendly Holiday Gifts

Cara Correll

December 13, 2016

  As the holidays grow near, gift shopping for friends becomes increasingly hectic. Friends’ gifts can be costly, so save your cash this season with these DIY, budget-friendly, Pinterest-inspired presents that are guaranteed to make your friends smile. “Warmth in a basket” is a cheap yet t...

Germany and the United States

Germany and the United States

Jonas Hansen, Staff Writer

December 5, 2016

My name is Jonas and I’m an exchange student from Germany. I’ve been here since August 11th and I have really enjoyed my time so far. But, there are many differences between the United States and my home country. In Germany, sports are not an in-school activity. They function separate the schoo...

Fall Fashion

Fall Fashion

Katharine Cognard-Black and Michael Miles

December 5, 2016

Among grades, AP classes, extracurriculars, sleep, and trying to have some semblance of a social life, it may seem as though there is no time in high school for Fall Fashion, but you would be wrong. With a chill in the air, the hallways and trees erupt in color. While it may be hard for some of you ...

The Truth About Concussions

Human brain X ray

Cara Correll, Junior Writer

November 29, 2016

  All it takes is one blow to the head. According to Prevacus Inc., high schoolers experience an estimated 300,000 concussions per year. Each concussion leaves students worried about how it will affect their academic and social life--after all, concussions occur after an impact to the head tha...

Fall Fashion

Fall Fashion

Michael Miles, Fashion Editor

November 29, 2016

  The leaves have turned, the air is crisp, and sweaters have returned. Yes ladies and gentlemen, fall is here! I’m sure you are wondering what should be featured in your fall wardrobe, so here is your fall style guide for the upcoming season! Now ladies, I’m sure you all remember brig...

Spring Cleaning 101

Regan Walker

April 7, 2016

Well, Raiders, the weather is warming up and the birds are out chirping and spring time is finally here. You know what that means: spring cleaning! Whether you clean the whole house or just your bedroom, here are some clean-up tips to make this spring cleaning your tidiest yet. #1. Organizing your clo...

Busting the Myths of Gluten-Free

Busting the Myths of Gluten-Free

Lacie Parillo, Senior Staff Writer

March 16, 2016

“You can’t eat anything.” “You can’t have pizza?” “How do you live?” “You must be a health freak.” These are just some of the comments an individual on a gluten-free diet hears on a daily basis. There are many misconceptions of people that cut gluten out of their everyday diet. Com...

What You Oughta Know About Germs

Dallas Shrawder, Senior Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

We all know that washing our hands is very important, but do we really know how important it is? According to experts, there are approximately five thousand germs on a person’s hands at any given time, and any of those germs can be spread to other things, people, or even parts of them. If a person were...

Finishing the Second Quarter

Finishing the Second Quarter

Hailey Springer, Junior Staff Writer

January 12, 2016

As we all have made it back from winter break, we are slowly getting back into the grind of our everyday life. But we can’t be getting back into things too slowly, because the second quarter will be ending very soon. This means we will be in a hurry to get work turned in, or any extra credit to help...

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