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Freshmen, sophomore students attend assembly on social media

Kieran Rippe, Reporter

March 6, 2017

People’s privacy is not as secure on social media as many believe. That’s the message that freshman and sophomore students heard when they went to a presentation during seminar in the south gym on Thursday, March 2. Christa...

Scholarship Box

Madison Bonner, Reporter

October 24, 2016

Scholarship: John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Scholarship Deadline: Jan. 7 Amount: $500-$10,000 Criteria: Available to grades 9-12. Applicants must register online and write an essay about the political courag...

Practice site for ACT proves useful

Jamie Pellikaan, Co-Editor

October 7, 2016

For many students, the ACT is a looming test to determine eligibility for both scholarships and college. However, many may not feel prepared to take such an important exam, and may need additional practice at no additional cost. The...

Gaining experience—Student taking first steps toward career in teaching

Evan Kauffman, Reporter

September 29, 2016

Juliana Forest, senior, has spent the last half year teaching preschoolers, hoping to one day become a full time preschool teacher. The preschool, Kids R Kids, has had Forest as an employee for six to seven months working during...

Greek life exceeds expectations

Alyssa Hoedl, Co-Editor

May 4, 2016

Greek life has long held a bad reputation in the media. Fraternities and sororities are often portrayed as party houses in the media. However, not all sororities and fraternities are actually just party houses. Halle Nick,...

Need service hours?

Sion Worley, Reporter

March 23, 2016

National Honor Society (NHS) is a program for scholars who achieve much more academically than the average student. One of the many requirements of being part of NHS is the ability to earn community service hours. There are...

How do area schools compare?

Mitchell Liermann, Reporter

November 10, 2015

As many students are already aware, autumn is the time for college applications. For some students, that means applying to local community colleges or public institutions. Others will try to go out-of-state for their college education. For...

‘Degree in 3’ provides options

Alex Marra, Reporter

January 14, 2015

Despite all of the hype, for some, a four-year degree would simply not be a practical way to obtain an education. Getting a degree in four years can be extremely expensive and time consuming, taking away from the number of...

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