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November Artist of the Month: Brenton Berger

November 13, 2017 4:33pm | Chloe Bruck

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Every artist was first an amateur.” Though junior Brenton Berger is an amateur, there is no hiding that he has incredible art skills. Berger has been making art for the majority of his life, but he realized that he really […]

Homecoming Transformations

October 18, 2017 3:50pm | Ella Bertalot

Homecoming is what most kids look forward to during high school. Do their feelings and opinions change between their freshman homecoming and their senior homecoming? Senior Allegri Nelson was happy to voice her opinions about the two dances. “Freshman year (2014-2015) homecoming was really fun […]

Students Balancing it All

October 18, 2017 3:46pm | Rachel Mueller

High school: also known as the “best four years of your life.” But let’s face it, from honors and AP classes to sports and extracurriculars, high school is no easy feat. Let’s take a look into a day in the life from a student from […]

Homecoming Recap

October 18, 2017 3:24pm | Madi Thompson

That’s a wrap. For some, it’s the last, and others, just the beginning. The Disney theme stole the show this year. Students and staff blew up in school spirit; every day during homecoming week they dressed up in their best costumes to celebrate. On Thursday […]

Artist of the Month: Lynn Larson

October 17, 2017 3:41pm | Joanna Coveyou

Many people use their artistic abilities to express themselves, and senior Lynn Larson is no exception. He has a great reputation for his amazing paintings and drawings. Larson said, “My favorite [kind of art] would have to be watercolors!” However, he enjoys any kind of […]

Trick or Treat in Style: Costume Ideas

October 17, 2017 3:29pm | Cassie Klein

What type of person are you on Halloween? Will you be “Trick or Treating” into your 30s, going to Halloween parties, or maybe just staying home? Whatever it may be, you’re more than likely to dress up at least once to get into spirit for […]

Behind the Camera: Grace McGettigan’s Vlog

October 17, 2017 3:09pm | Maya Quick

Lights, Camera, Action! Sophomore Grace McGettigan shares what it’s like becoming an online celebrity. McGettigan runs and stars in her own vlog, a video version of a blog. McGettigan says she always wanted to start a Youtube channel but a vlog would be easier with […]

Falling for Fun

October 16, 2017 3:48pm | Katie McGraw

Fall is here, and that means an overwhelming amount of fun days to plan before the season ends. Do not stress about having to take long trips to the city to have a great fall season because there are plenty of fun options near you. […]

doChange Champs

October 16, 2017 3:41pm | Liza Buhr

On September 20, 2017 the doChange mentors held their annual freshman bags tournament. Although the heat was extreme, the turn out for the tournament was still very good with about 30-40 participants. By the end of the night the team of Luke Poffenbarger and Ty […]

Makin’ Mad Money

October 16, 2017 3:26pm | Rachel Mueller

Freshmen Abigayle Claus and Cambri Horner work on a game called Mad City Money. Business teachers Ryan Gunderson, Mark Cooper, Jay Stortz and Daniel Heaver invited Wendy Coffey, a representative from Financial Plus Credit Union, to teach their 338 business students about monthly budgeting. The […]

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