How to not fail senior year

How to not fail senior year

Jordyn McConnaughey, Feature Editor

November 6, 2015

Most of us say we have the urge to quit school and just give up, but I’m here to tell you not to do that. I’m here to tell you to fight senioritis. Senior year does matter, do not give up on your last year.

HHS’s favorite 2015 Hoco-proposals

HHS’s favorite 2015 Hoco-proposals

October 8, 2015

Every high school girl’s dream is to be asked to Homecoming in a creative way by their crush. Whether you buy her a simple bouquet of flowers or surprise her in front of the school, she will be impressed with your effort.

HHS senior directs play

HHS senior directs play

Evan Webster, Staff Writer

March 3, 2015

Directing takes heart, determination, and of course, these three words: Lights, camera, action. A Howell High School senior, Brooke Lys, will be taking on the challenge of directing an entire two act play by herself. The production she chose to put on is called The Apartment and will be shown in the drama room, K-5, at the high school. It will be shown over two days from March 10-11, at 7p.m. Tickets will only be available at the door for $5. There are a maximum 100 seats per show.

Life after sports

Life after sports

A.J. Firsht, Staff Writer

February 26, 2015

The buzzer sounds at the end of the second period and the score is tied 3-3. This was the first time I was entered into the 2015 Individual wrestling district tournament. In the back of my head, I knew that this could be my last period ever wrestling in my high school career. The opponent and I both...

Swimming into the record books

Swimming into the record books

A.J. Firsht, Staff Writer

December 3, 2014

The splashing of the water, the roar of the crowd and one girl who will leave a mark on the school. With one recorded breaking sprint, senior swimmer Sydney Kinder found herself on top of the record book. By Staff Writer: A.J. Firsht

November’s Co-op student excels at work

November’s Co-op student excels at work

Kira Cleer, Staff Writer

November 24, 2014

Many business participate in the Howell High School work-based learning program. One of which is where senior Darrian Fielding works, Studio 103. Fielding has worked as a receptionist for six months. By Staff Writer: Kira Cleer

HHS football star enters final season

HHS football star enters final season

A.J. Firsht, Staff Writer

September 25, 2014

One cheer that will be the first thing you hear when entering the Howell High School Memorial Stadium is “We love Sieman.” As senior Evan Sieman enters his 8th most rushing yards at 287 yards against Hartland High School, he is on track to break the school record for most rushing yards in a seas...

Accomplished student gets full ride to MSU, Advances in National Merit Scholarship Program

April 28, 2014

By Staff Writer: Eliza Bengala This is not the first and last time you will hear from Howell High School senior Grace Katalinich. Katalinich has had a very busy and fulfilling year, maintaining first clarinet chair in the HHS Wind Ensemble band, making 18th clarinet chair in the All State Band, co-first chair in the East...

Foreign exchange student from France experiences the all-American dream

Rachel Brauer, Staff Writer

November 4, 2013

By Staff Writer: Rachel Brauer The first day of school is always nerve-wracking, even in a building that’s familiar. There’s always something to worry about: what to wear, who to eat lunch with, and unfamiliar classes with different teachers and peers. Now imagine doing it all in a country that’s...

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