What’s under the tree? Students share their Christmas wishlist

What’s under the tree? Students share their Christmas wishlist

Drew Laughner, Staff Writer

December 15, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Howell High School students have quite the interesting Christmas list.

Starbucks, stop trying to eat Christmas!

Starbucks, stop trying to eat Christmas!

Kathleen Isenegger and Alex Adle

December 15, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The Starbucks controversy is just one example of a much larger issue: the debate between wishing people a “Merry Christmas”, or the more politically-correct “Happy Holidays.”

HHS kicks off the season with winter spirit week

HHS kicks off the season with winter spirit week

Devery Jakubos, Staff Writer

December 15, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

Spirit week, a time for students and staff alike to show their support for the school through things like Camo Day, Color Day, and School Spirit Day. A time where kids can go to school in over the top outfits and crazy styles. By Staff Writer: Devery Jakubos

Home Sweet Home project benefits needy families

Home Sweet Home project benefits needy families

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor

December 8, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

Did you know that there are 480 families living in Livingston County that count as at-risk families? At-risk families are those who don’t have a stable home or the living materials needed for everyday life. LESA has a current program called Livingston Education Project that collects items for children in need but the program is running low. The National Honor Society president, Ashley Quick-Drossart, is in charge of a new project in some Howell Public Schools after initiating her desire to change her community.

Point/Counterpoint: Believing in Santa, healthy or dangerous?

December 19, 2013


Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Belief in Santa Claus adds to the magic of the season By Staff Writer: Travis Waker The belief in Santa Claus is good for kids because of how it makes children feel on Christmas morning and the anticipation the night before on Christmas Eve of what is to come the next morning. If little kids knew the tru...

HHS celebrates the holidays with spirit week theme days

December 15, 2013


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By Managing Editor: Amber Lee Carnahan The week before Christmas break has been dedicated for a Holiday Spirit week, the different themes for each day designed to get both students and teachers in the Christmas spirit. The Holiday Spirit Week is December 16 through December 20, and the days are as foll...

Point/Counterpoint: Does the music kill Christmas?

December 13, 2013


Filed under Opinion

How the music killed Christmas By A&E Editor: Madison Deadman It’s only the very beginning of December and I am so beyond sick and tired of hearing bells jingling and the same campy rhythms and beats behind every song. It plays in every pharmacy, gas station, mall, convenience store, grocery s...

Family recipes enhance holiday celebrations

Family recipes enhance holiday celebrations

Kate Bauer, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013


Filed under Feature

By Staff Writer: Kate Bauer During the holiday season, friends and family tend to gather in one place—around the dining room table. It’s a time for us to catch up on each others’ lives, clink our glasses in a toast to good times, and to eat ourselves into a food coma.  There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the holidays and the...

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