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Freshman 15 And How To Avoid It

Freshman 15 And How To Avoid It

Daelyn Funk, Senior Staff Writer

May 20, 2019


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Freshman 15 (according to medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com) A popular term for a ‘rite of passage’ affecting many American students in the first—freshman—year of college or university in which they live away from home. Food consumption often becomes more erratic and the diet more ...

Seniors’ Most Embarrassing Moments

Seniors’ Most Embarrassing Moments

Kaitlynn Zacher, Sophomore Staff Writer

May 20, 2019


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“Freshmen year on the first day of school I sat in the wrong 4th period class and kept arguing I was right but whole time I was suppose to be somewhere else.” -Carissa Stanton   “The moment my sister began dating Xan Hayes. It was embarrassing for my entire family. “ -Hannah DeVito &nb...

A Letter To My Senior Self

A Letter To My Senior Self

Emily Carpenter, Junior Staff Writer

May 20, 2019


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Dear Emily, In the span of four brief years, you have experienced immense pressure, intense rigor, and amongst all other critical emotions- overwhelming happiness. Your happiness has not come easily, it has been a painstaking, everlasting expedition that will remain an eternal struggle for the re...

Seniors, Where Ya Goin’?

Seniors, Where Ya Goin’?

Markayla Hollins, Sophomore Staff Writer

May 20, 2019


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Every senior has a specific place they want to go when they get out of highschool whether it be the military, college , etc but they all have a special place in mind that they want to go. While in journalism class I was assigned prophecies and prophecies are a prediction so i gathered some seniors that...

How To Be Prepared For The End Of The Year

How To Be Prepared For The End Of The Year

Markayla Hollins, Sophomore Staff Writer

May 17, 2019


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Students It’s getting to be that time of the year summer is two months away spring break is 31 days away. But the question you need to ask yourself is am I prepared? Well if you aren’t there’s a few things i can tell you to get you there but you need to pay close attention and make sure you are...

Springy Springin’

Springy Springin’

Graham Wilson, Senior Staff Writer

May 17, 2019


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Flowers are blooming The track team is zooming An exciting time I’m feeling sublime Seniors and Juniors get dressed up for prom Everyone dreading the growth of their lawn Sweater weather is over it’s time for the shorts Tennis team is balling on all of the courts Baseball and ...

Society Today

Society Today

Josh Moody, Senior Staff Writer

April 3, 2019


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The way people see the society is truly based on how they were raised and how the examples around them influence them. There are many examples of people in this world that influence the young minds of America. What those people say whether it is a reporter or an artist can change the lives of those y...

Seniors, Are You Ready?

Seniors, Are You Ready?

Nylasia Kelly, Senior Staff Writer

April 3, 2019


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Hey Seniors! Our big day will be here faster than we know it, but are you ready for what’s to come? Besides graduation planning, there’s also a few other happenings that you will need to prepare for.   We are two months away from graduating. Crazy right? It seems as though we were just fre...

How to Get Better Grades

How to Get Better Grades

Peyton Island, Sophomore Staff Writer

April 3, 2019


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Are you struggling with your grades? Need ideas to become a better student? I have some ideas to interest you in the works of becoming a better student. “Academic achievement was something I'd always sought as a form of reward. Good grades pleased my parents, good grades pleased my teachers; you g...

How to Deal with Harassment and Suicide

How to Deal with Harassment and Suicide

Markayla Hollins, Sophomore Staff Writer

April 3, 2019


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Suicide is when you have thought about killing yourself or you actually do kill yourself. Harassment is a wide range of behaviors types of behaviors that are shameful, and humiliating and that can embarrass a person and make them not want to tell anyone. If you are in a situation like this you shoul...

Fortnite and Fantasy Football: What’s the Appeal?

Fortnite and Fantasy Football: What’s the Appeal?

Daelyn Funk, Senior Staff Writer

April 3, 2019


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Sports, Student Life, Top Stories

Did you know that, according to the Sunday Express, 40 million people play Fortnite? That is equal to 12% of the population in the US. Similarly, The Washington Post estimated that around 59.3 million people play Fantasy Football. That’s equivalent to about 18% of the US population. But why are thes...

Crack-Cocaine

Crack-Cocaine

Drake Thomas, Junior Staff Writer

April 3, 2019


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I was given an assignment on the use of specific drugs, such as crack-cocaine, and how it can harm the human body and how much it is really used wrongly.  While the use of coca leaves as an intoxicant dates back three thousand years, crack cocaine, a crystallized form of cocaine, was developed durin...

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