Chief’s murder suicide linked to cuncussion

Robert Pugaczewski Sports editor

December 10, 2012


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After Kansas City Chief linebacker Jovan Belcher murdered his girlfriend and took his own life at Arrow Head Stadium on December 1, it is obvious that more research needs to be done in order to monitor the effects of concussions more closely. Read More »...

Study abroad programs benefit students in the long run

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2012


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  Many students have plans to travel the world after graduation, and now, with college study abroad programs, students are able to travel the world all while getting their college degree. Read More »...

Just don’t do it!

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter

November 16, 2012


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October 24th was the second code yellow in about two weeks,  a drill that was about an hour-long involving police search dogs. Announcing the code yellow to vacate the halls, officers walked police dogs through the school and around the parking lot.  Their goal? Find illegal drugs. Read More »...

Student posts on Facebook can do more harm than good

Reporter Morgan

November 9, 2012


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Facebook is well-known to the high school population, and due to the associated maturity level, Facebook has simply gone downhill. Read More »...

The key to a happy relationship

ANovak

November 9, 2012


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When was the last time you heard a couple fighting in the hallways, either that quiet, sarcastic back and forth, or the full on angry yelling and crying kind of fight? Both can probably be seen at least two or three times a day in the hallways. Overhearing this bickering is one thing, but being a...

Go longboard 2012

Travis Crane, Reporter

November 9, 2012


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Longboarding is frowned upon, just like skateboarding, but people don’t understand how much better and unique it is. This relaxing past time has been around since the 1950’s when the skateboard was created. People, who originally skateboard, however, tend to look down upon longboarders. Some...

Seniors, enjoy it while it lasts

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2012


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It seems like just yesterday when my friends and I entered high school. It was a big school with a lot of kids that we didn’t know, but now we have made it to our senior year. As seniors, we should plan to fully enjoy every moment that we have left of our high school life. Read More »...

“More than best friend” blues

Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

November 2, 2012


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The “friend zone” is not just a show on MTV; it’s the horrible phrase used to describe those awkward best friend crushes. It happens to every one at least once, whether it be in Middle school or High school, every guy or girl has had a little more than friend feelings for their best friends. The...

Put more money into academics

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

October 11, 2012


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With the end of senior year fast approaching, many seniors are applying to colleges and are looking for scholarships. Lets face it; most of us aren’t sports stars who will get a full tuition scholarship to play at the school of our choosing. Unfortunately, it seems that we almost have to be a sports...

Staff Ed.: Tolerate others’ beliefs

Staff Ed.: Tolerate others’ beliefs

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2012


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In a diverse school community, students are bound to have differing beliefs and opinions, but this does not mean that we should criticize each others’ views. Every person is different; we all are unique in our own way and think in our own way. Many students conform to what they think others will...

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