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Students see positives & negatives in lunch

Khadija Ceesay, Asst. Feature Editor

March 18, 2018

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When asked to be honest about the school lunches, students comments are mostly similar about what they like, dislike, and get or bring often each day. Some students choose to bring lunch like Maddie Bachtold and Lynndsie Taylor,...

What drives Chase Simmons to perform the way he does?

Sion Worley, Reporter

March 7, 2018

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Chase Simmons, senior, is one of the most well-recognized members of Thespian Troupe 5006, and will continue to be actively involved in both theater and men’s choir. Having been part of the theater scene for 12 years and...

Student develops job skills with cars

Evan Kauffman, Reporter

March 7, 2018

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Opportunities for jobs as high schoolers are everywhere. Depending on the job, they may last for a couple summers while some may pave a path for a future career, like Daniel Flores, senior, and his job. Some students spend...

Teens show lack of basic knowledge

Mara Gee, Reporter

March 7, 2018

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Testing the amount knowledge Americans have has become somewhat of a sport. Many videos about this have popped up on YouTube ranging from Jimmy Kimmel asking geography questions of passers by on Hollywood Boulevard to comedians...

Students stay in activities due to impact of people

Faith Holliday, Reporter

March 7, 2018

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Students here participate in many different kinds of activities for long periods of time, and many of these students stay in their selected clubs, classes, and activities because of one thing: the people. Some students who...

LGBT students want respect

Lauri Hoedl, Reporter

March 7, 2018

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Although being openly gay is more common now than in earlier generations, there are still many obstacles that come along with being an openly LGBT student. Cole McBride, junior, has been involved in swim team and has done gymnastics,...

African Americans feel singled out in school

Aysiah Loving, Reporter

March 7, 2018

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On a daily basis some African-American students feel singled out due to the color of their skin. Eryn Patrick, senior, sometimes feels singled out at school. “I am constantly reminded of my race at school. Even when people...

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