When am I going to use this in real life?

When am I going to use this in real life?

Kyra Moen, Co-Opinion editor

December 10, 2015

You’re sitting in a cheap, wobbly, plastic chair under the harsh fluorescent lights that not only serve as illumination, but also as a reminder of the scarcity of windows in the bland prison you find yourself confined in several hours a day.

Balancing school and personal life – how do students do it?

Balancing school and personal life - how do students do it?

Megan Killop, Business Manager

January 22, 2015

To say that students nowadays have a lot on their plate is an understatement. Really, how do students do it? We are required to spend 7 hours at school, plus the demanding load of school work now required for students to get into a decent college, in addition to the expectations of actively participating in clubs and extra-curriculars. By Megan Killop

Why grades are a detriment to learning

Why grades are a detriment to learning

Kathleen Isenegger, A&E Editor

November 4, 2014

As the end of the first quarter of the school year approaches, I find myself checking my grades on PowerSchool daily. Each time I log in however, I am only met with disappointment for a variety of reasons: teachers have not entered particular grades, my GPA is not what I would like it to be, and above...

Howell elementary promotes excellence

Howell elementary promotes excellence

Thomas Lassiter, Co-Sports Editor

October 16, 2014

Staff Writer Thomas Lassiter discovers the oldest school in the Howell district and visits it for information

Top 4 things I wish I learned while in high school

May 20, 2014

By Feature Editor: Hannah Snyder The four years of high school are supposed to be considered the “best four years of your life”. However, what makes these years actually the best? You learn how to write a thesis statement, how the government become a government and why the United States fought in ...

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