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Photo Story: FFA Experience

Photo Story: FFA Experience

Isabelle Rico, Photographer

December 18, 2019

Sarah Weissend: It Takes A Special Person

Sarah Weissend: It Takes A Special Person

Brinley Koenig, Editor-In-Chief

December 17, 2019

Senior Sarah Weissend stands on the empty, foreign stage and faces the panel in front of her. Her neutral clothes and the music sitting in her memory are all that accompanied her. She stares into the crowd of collegiate vocal staff and, as she sings her first note, hopes her performance will earn her a...

Things To Do During Christmas Break

Things To Do During Christmas Break

Staff

December 15, 2019

Winter break is a haven for all students after the intense stress of finals. However, students can find themselves easily bored without a set schedule for the day. Here are a few ideas to keep the break exciting and enjoyable. Stay home, drink hot chocolate and watch Christmas movies We all enjoy spendi...

The Rise Of Country Trap

The Rise Of Country Trap

Jaden Mckinnon, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Between the uprise of autotune, whisper and mumble rap, the hip hop industry isn't new to different trends. But country-inspired rap takes a unique approach of a new sound. Country trap has rappers trading in red bottoms for cowboy boots and handing in Bentleys for horses. To call country trap a new tre...

How To Adult: Dealing With A Ticket

How To Adult: Dealing With A Ticket

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

You’ve been pulled over for a routine speeding traffic stop. After attempting to respectfully explain the circumstances to the officer that authorized the traffic stop, you leave with a traffic citation. Getting Pulled Over First and foremost, don’t cry. Most police officers will automaticall...

Through the Smiles and Tears

Through the Smiles and Tears

Madison Palmer, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

As I make an attempt to calm myself down, I think of the new doors that this experience could open for me. This marks the beginning of a new road. I’m going to make a bunch of new friends and meet some really good people. Not only am I in hopes of gaining a second family but also in hopes that this new...

Theater Rehearses For Upcoming Musical

Theater Rehearses For Upcoming Musical

Kamryn Hannigan, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

Hushed giggles and whispered conversations float through the PAC as student actors gather into a circle onstage for warm-ups. The atmosphere has a frazzled energy that occurred at 2:55 p.m. every day. Students continue to trickle onstage, slipping on dance shoes and tying their hair back. “Warm-up ...

Harmoni Turner: The Journey to Cambridge

Harmoni Turner: The Journey to Cambridge

Brinley Koenig, Editor-In-Chief

December 10, 2019

Senior Harmoni Turner slams against the ground, knee first. Pain shoots through her body as she moves to the bench. However, the excruciating physical pain does not compare to the terror she feels as she realizes all of the opportunities given to her could have just slipped away. This fear propels her to ...

How to Adult: Opening a Savings Account

How to Adult: Opening a Savings Account

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

Learning to save money is a vital skill and starting early is a gift that keeps giving well into adulthood. A savings account is a basic type of bank account that allows you to deposit money, keep it safe, and withdraw funds, all while earning interest. When saved money earns interest in your account, the bank will make...

Soup’s On

Soup’s On

Sembree Yeary, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

Before the stream of students begins entering the class, Ms. Chianese finishes passing out chef’s hats across tables. She displays the project on the projector: “LAB TODAY!” When the bell rings students trickle in one by one to find their group and hats. “In two minutes you all need to have done ...

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