Dress code raises issues

Linsley J. Snider, Staff Writer

June 9, 2014

Cold weather is over and so are the winter coats, long jeans and thick sweaters. The warmth is emerging, leaving staff members to crack down on student dress code. The staff deals with girls in short shorts and guys with tasteles...

Read without regret

Read without regret

June 9, 2014

Q & A: Senior year

Kellen Harris, Staff Writer

May 28, 2014

We asked five juniors the following questions about senior year. Here's what they said: What are you looking forward to most about senior year? "I am looking forward to being closer to graduation and taking new ste...

Been there, done that

Lauren Kostiuk, Editor-in-Chief

May 12, 2014

“The high school years” are saturated with stress and an impending sense of doom during exam season; but here are a few survival techniques to help along the way. Let’s break it down fast: 1 Girls rule, boys drool Don’t...

Block out blame

Emily Cook, Copy Editor/Cartoonist

May 6, 2014

When something goes wrong, like failing a test, for example, it’s easier to find someone else to blame. And the obvious target is the teacher. It is almost guaranteed that if someone were to sit in an average classroom for ...

Alcohol abuse rises at grad parties

Nicholas Tomayko, Staff Writer

May 5, 2014

Last year, 56 percent of teens reported their last use of alcohol occurred in someone else’s home, according to Students Against Destructive Decisions. “It’s surprising how many parents enable students to have these graduation...

Summer job debate

Chelsea Thayer and Abbie Swidorski

May 2, 2014

Keep busy through summer Summer offers an opportunity for students to keep their mind active, stay organized and learn new knowledge they wouldn’t gain from a traditional summer. No, not with summer school, but rather a sum...

Promposals outshine prom

Christian Kennedy, Business Manager

April 23, 2014

“If my boyfriend doesn’t ask me to prom in a big way, I’m not going with him.” It’s heard every year around the hallways of high schools across America. Prom is a special night in any young persons’ life. It represent...

Spring breakdown

Lexie Brimmeier and Christian Kennedy

April 14, 2014

Partying the night away with friends, drinking irresponsibly until the sun comes up, relieving all the stress from school. This may sound like the perfect spring break, but it comes with consequences. Most students focus on the...

Unperks of Being Ordinary

Sarah Bratton, Editor

March 24, 2014

Teens must publish a novel, be fluent in multiple languages, visit all seven continents, be an Olympian, stop world hunger and be involved with every single school club to gain college acceptance. Not literally, but it certainly f...

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