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Amazon: the Retail Murderer

Alyson Gad, Reporter

September 18, 2019

Amazon, a well known online shopping site that supplies every demand the public has, has been around for over two decades, though only recently has Amazon's pretense become a burden to most brick and mortar retail stores. Amazon...

Restaurant Review: Aoyama Ramen

Faith Holliday, Business Manager

September 16, 2019

Aoyama Ramen is an innovative ramen spot with an attentitive staff and a great atmosphere. As the only ramen shop in Olathe, Aoyama proves to be a unique experience for residents of Johnson County. Aoyama has a wide range o...

A Man’s Best Friend

Faith Holliday, Feature Editor

April 1, 2019

Dogs are said to be a man’s best friend, and students are no exception to this. These loyal companions are favored among students here.  Zachary Hammerschmidt, junior, has a dog named Piper. Piper is a one year old beagl...

Teachers use laptops in class

Emily Gray, Reporter

March 29, 2019

The use of laptops in the classrooms has been a highly debated topic since the arrival of the laptops in November. Some teachers have found it easier than others to intergrate the laptop into daily use.        Daniel Ken...

Scene Shop Superstars

Scene Shop Superstars

February 1, 2019

Robotics team hosts international robotics competition including teams from China and Mexico

Maddie Black and Aly Grad, Reporter

January 29, 2019

The Heartland Regional F.I.R.S.T robotics competition, the first of three that are happening, is being held at Olathe South this year.  The event is free to attend and open to the public. International teams will be attend...

Students volunteer to help others

Hannah Holliday, Feature Editor

December 14, 2018

With the holidays around the corner, several students are already in the giving spirit. Sydney Rottinghaus and Brenda Santiago, juniors, are leading DECA’s project to help the Jadon’s Hope Foundation. Jadon’s Hope is a ...

How does Sandi VanMeter spend her senior year?

Maddie Black, Editor

December 14, 2018

“The best part about being a senior is making the most out of everything, because a lot of the things are the lasts of high school. It is also nice because senior’s barely have any homework, so I can enjoy my time,” said...

Kobach runs as republican candidate

McKinley Schrader, Reporter

November 7, 2018

Kris Kobach, the republican candidate for the governor of Kansas, and Willis Hartman, his running mate, plan to change and refine laws in the state. Kobach graduated from law school and was a law clerk, until the events of Sept...

FAFSA helps students

Hannah Holliday, Feature Editor

November 7, 2018

Every college-bound senior is highly encouraged to submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The deadline for applying for FAFSA at most schools is April 1, but it is imperative to check the individual due dates...

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