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Back Pack Must Haves

Back Pack Must Haves

Paul Heggen, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018


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With what people keeps in their backpacks now a days it hard to keep straight what to bring to school. It is the place where students keep their personal belongings. People are always taking what they need in order to complete their daily routines but they never do put much thought into what they...

Countless Clubs

Countless Clubs

Akshaya Kumar, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018


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Karshana Kalyanaraman ‘21 has always had an interest in the healthcare field. “There was nothing that really complemented anybody’s healthcare interests yet, and I thought ‘Why not share that with other people?’” Kalyanaraman said. Since then, she has created a club called Health Occupation...

Pumpkin Spice Reviews

Pumpkin Spice Reviews

Ashley Marsh, Staff Writer

November 12, 2018


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It seems to be a trend in fall 2018 to make everything pumpkin spice flavored. Walking through the aisles in HyVee I saw everything from pumpkin spice cupcakes to pumpkin spice yogurt. I grabbed ten pumpkin spice products and decided to rank them one to ten. 10. Chobani Pumpkin Spice Greek Yogurt I...

Chronic Fatigue: More Than Just Being Tired

Chronic Fatigue: More Than Just Being Tired

Kylie Emery, Staff Writer

November 12, 2018


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Many high school students often struggle with being tired. Balancing school, extracurriculars, home life, work, and a social life makes sleep a low priority. However, for Megan Woods ‘20 and her family, being tired is taken to a whole new level. Woods’ brother, Connor Woods ‘18, suffers from...

A little kindness makes a big difference

A little kindness makes a big difference

Caroline Christensen, Staff Writer

November 12, 2018


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In 2016 the Bigs and Littles Sisters program was launched to help sixth and seventh grade girls with the tough transition into adolescence, and to give the girls a chance to connect with older girls.  The program pairs sixth and seventh grade girls, or "littles", with high school girls, the “bigs....

Open period in the case of emergencies

Open period in the case of emergencies

Karla Lopez, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


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When people think of open periods they think time to go home early, go out to eat, or just catch up on homework. What most people do not think about is what to do during emergencies. Do people even know what to do? Especially when there is an intruder lockdown. The questions they ask themselves...