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Future parking at howell high school

Sadie Boscher, Staff Writer October 23, 2019

Sophomores might just have a spot to park in the next upcoming school years at Howell High School, but is this really a wise choice?  Starting the school year of 2020, sophomore students may be lucky...

Mackinac’s century long tradition broken

Ashton Cove, A&E Editor October 23, 2019

The beloved Mackinac Island has upheld the tradition of remaining automobile-free for over a century- until Vice President Mike Pence visited- arriving in an eight car motorcade. Since 1898, all motorized...

Whistle blower triggers impeachment inquiry on 45

Amethyst Lightwood, Opinion Editor October 18, 2019

Two months ago, in August, an undisclosed whistle blower wrote a letter expressing concern over a phone call between President Trump and the Ukranian President, Volodymyr Zelensky. That letter was finally...

Tips and tricks to creating the perfect Halloween Costume

Tips and tricks to creating the perfect Halloween Costume

Sarah Trudeau, Staff Writer October 26, 2016

This year, Halloween falls on a Monday. This means having an impressive costume is even more important than it was last year because nearly everyone will be showing them off in the hallways. It’s time...

How Senior Survivor incites competitiveness, passion and fun at HHS

How Senior Survivor incites competitiveness, passion and fun at HHS

Evan Webster, Staff Writer April 19, 2015
Fourteen survivors, multiple challenges, and school spirit. Only one will be named the ultimate senior survivor. This time of the school year, hundreds of student participate in the event Howell high school puts on, Senior Survivor. Passion-filled students buy shirts to support their beloved survivor. This event takes the title of being the many students’ favorite time of the year. But why? What makes the whole student body get so involved in this particular event?
American Sniper gives interesting portrayal of a soldiers life

“American Sniper” gives interesting portrayal of a soldier’s life

Michael Gottschalk, Staff Writer February 6, 2015
Walking around the halls of Howell High, one would be hard pressed to find a person who has not seen the movie that has swept the nation this past month, American Sniper. The true story stars Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle, a US Navy SEAL sniper who is the deadliest sniper in American military history, with 160 confirmed kills.
Corrupting the nation with TV

Corrupting the nation with TV

Kaylee Hamilton, InDesign Editor January 23, 2015
Every Sunday, millions of folks across America anxiously await their TV guides in the mail. For the rest of the population, they have the proclivity to search the guide on their TV from which their cable provider provides. The daily watching of television is plaguing our society. By Kaylee Hamilton
The burning of Ferguson

The burning of Ferguson

Kathleen Isenegger, A&E Editor January 14, 2015
Whether or not you believe Darren Wilson was justified in his actions that caused the death of 18 year old Michael Brown is not the issue at hand. Trying to encapsulate what is going on in our country by isolating this one event is absurd. Tens of thousands of people across the United States are not protesting due to the debatable murder of one man. By A&E Editor: Kathleen Isenegger
Firsht’s look on wrestling season

Firsht’s look on wrestling season

A.J. Firsht, Staff Writer January 5, 2015
After a disappointing loss during last years individual state championship tournament, the Howell wrestling team has been hitting the mats hard and working on getting stronger and perfecting every move. By Staff Writer: A.J. Firsht
Parking lots at HHS worry student drivers

Parking lots at HHS worry student drivers

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor December 8, 2014
As Michigan’s weather is starting to hit and more student at Howell are getting their licenses throughout the year, Howell High School’s parking lots are getting even crazier to get in and out of before and after school. Students make their own parking spots, don’t park in the lines or are driving huge cars that don’t fit in the parking spaces. This year alone, there have been two accidents in the parking lots and more than enough accidents that have almost happened because people don’t watch where they’re going. By Social Media Editor: Jordan Pudvay
Musings from the front row

Musings from the front row

Kyra Moen, Staff Writer November 17, 2014
Recently, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend a concert for the indie pop band, The 1975. Admittedly, this was not my first time going to see this band in concert, (and most likely not my last), it was an experience that easily topped the first concert of theirs I attended. By Staff Writer: Kyra Moen
Self and selfie

Self and selfie

Lindsey Saba, News Editor November 14, 2014
The word “selfie” is everywhere in our society. It is often heralded by a hashtag, been immortalized in a pop song, and has even appeared in the latest version of Webster’s Dictionary. However, selfies themselves are disliked and often stigmatized; it is said that the people who take them are vain and “trying too hard”. Snickers and snide comments are prevalent when certain people come across another’s selfie. By News Editor: Lindsey Saba
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