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Medical Mystery

Medical Mystery

Rhea Patel, Writer

March 18, 2020

This story was written prior to the COVID-19 outbreak and was intended to be released in our March print issue.   Pitch black is all junior Madison Moore saw as she came tumbling down. What started as a normal summer cross country practice in 2018 quickly turned into an ongoing nightmare. As she...

Rising Star

Rising Star

Olivia Orr, Writer

December 2, 2019

Self-taught musician junior Zachary Wyllia builds his career in music

Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Olivia Orr, Writer

November 20, 2019

This copy originally appeared in the October 23, 2019 print edition.   Ever since she was little, sophomore Caitlin LaCerra has enjoyed being involved. In her second year of high school, not much has changed, as LaCerra is committed to golf, softball, band and four advanced placement classes...

An Unfinished Battle

An Unfinished Battle

Rhea Patel, Writer

October 29, 2019

This copy originally appeared in the October 23, 2019 print edition.   The life-changing nightmare of having a brain tumor is something no one wants to bear. For film teacher and girls soccer coach Nicole Inman, that nightmare turned out to be her reality. She had not one, but two brain tumors. W...

All The World’s A Stage

All The World's A Stage

Tiffany To, Writer

April 19, 2019

With more than 10 years of experience in theatre, junior Annslee Clay believes theatre is more than acting for a play. “It’s like the exhilaration that you get on stage, and you don’t think about yourself,” Clay said. “You’re just there to entertain others, and it’s something that ...

Crazy for Coasters

Crazy for Coasters

Alex Beyerlein, Writer

April 10, 2019

The first roller coaster sophomore Jake Fannon rode was Splash Mountain, and it changed his life forever. As it built up anticipation, letting him believe he would run into the thorns and spikes, it dipped at the last second and left him full of laughter and enjoyment. Fannon knew from that point on ...

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Emily Rutledge, Writer

April 1, 2019

Carnegie Hall, a prestigious venue located in midtown Manhattan, is a place where dreams come true. A child with an ambition to play piano on its elegant stage longs to join the world’s finest artists who have given performances there. Senior Madison Betz’s own dream came true in October of 2018 w...

Senior Week Dances 2019

Senior Week Dances 2019

Staff

March 2, 2019

Senior Week 2019 Dance Results: 1st Place: Yellow Team 2nd Place: Purple Team 3rd Place: Red Team 4th Place: Green Team   Overall Results: 1st Place: Green Team 2nd Place: Red Team 3rd Place: Purple Team 4th Place: Yellow Team   All teams raised a combined...

Teacher Starts Lunatick Designs Business

Teacher Starts Lunatick Designs Business

Rhea Patel, Writer

February 18, 2019

During a refreshing hike, art teacher Brianna Peterson takes in her surroundings. She takes mental pictures, along with photographic pictures as inspiration. Later, she takes those pictures and formulates designs to make merchandise for her newfound passion, her business Lunatick Designs. Peterson s...

Meant For The Stage

Meant For The Stage

Emily Rutledge, Writer

January 9, 2019

Eyes shift from the intense soccer game for elementary students to a defender on the field as the first quarter comes to an end. A child, seemingly unaware of the responsibilities of his position, displays energetic dance moves, completely stealing the attention of the crowd. This was the day sophomo...

Let’s Talk Politics

Carly Lidzy, Writer

November 18, 2018

In the House of Representatives District Two election held Nov. 6, some students worked within their party for the candidate they wanted to win. In the end, Republican incumbent French Hill pulled ahead with 51.2% and Democrat Clarke Tucker came in second with 45.8%. Libertarian candidate Joe Swafford ended wi...

Nicole Inman: A Hope Warrior

Nicole Inman: A Hope Warrior

Rhea Patel, Writer

October 26, 2018

Sitting in the hospital room, Nicole Inman couldn’t fully comprehend what exactly was happening. She assumed that her life would continue the same way it always had. She didn’t fully realize the intensity of her hospital visit.  It was right after Memorial Day Weekend last year when Inman found out ...

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