Survivors take on the fight against leukemia

Survivors take on the fight against leukemia

Alexa Skonieski, Social Media Editor

March 6, 2015

A favorite week at Howell High School is fast approaching: Senior Survivor week. Every year senior student council puts on the competitive 5 days by picking six senior girls and six senior guys to spend the full 120 hours suck inside Howell High. Every day 2 students are voted off coming up with a big winner at the end of the week.

Howell students shave for St. Baldricks

Howell students shave for St. Baldricks

Lindsey Saba, News Editor

February 9, 2015

Baldness is generally considered a bad thing; people purchase toupees and wigs, buy into “miracle” hair growth formulas, and affect comb-overs, all in order to hide their barren craniums. However, on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015, four Howell High School students and three Howell Schools board members will voluntarily lose their locks in the name of childhood cancer research.

No Shave November isn’t just for fun

No Shave November isn’t just for fun

Alexa Skonieski, Social Media Editor

October 31, 2014

The month of carving pumpkins and eating handfuls of candy corn is slowly coming to an end. Of course it’s a little sad because it’s the end of high school football season and dressing up in our Halloween costumes, but now we can look forward to the November festivities. That means No Shave November...

Tanning law sparks controversy

Marissa VanDaelen, Staff Writer

November 1, 2013

By Staff Writer: Marissa VanDaelen Being tan is something most people want and strive for. Tanning can actually turn into an addiction for some people. Currently in the state of Michigan, people of all ages can tan in tanning salons. Minors can even do so as long as they have a signed note from their parents giving them consent. However, due to a lot of thinking, Michigan wants ...

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