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Norseman staff earns state honors at competition

adviser April 25, 2017

The Norseman staff competed in the ILPC competition which assess articles written for high school newspapers across the state. The Norseman staff submitted articles from Feb. 2016 - Feb. 2017 in both the...

Girl Code: Three unspoken rules to live by for dating, friendship

Reagan Brown April 24, 2017

Every girl knows the unspoken rules of Girl Code, but despite of knowing these guidelines, many girls don’t uphold the code. Once a guy gets into the mix, girls feel that the rules don’t apply to them...

Waste of safe space: Real issues overshadowed by trivial disagreements

Gail Finch April 22, 2017

Reliving a traumatic experience at the mention of a specific word or phrase, noise going off, or the sight of a familiar face is nothing to take lightly. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a very real...

Sophomore sounds off, adds unique beat to a cappella group

Anna Beth Mayerhoff April 21, 2017

A baseline beat resonates from the stage as the choir begins to sing and captures the attention of the audience. Vocal Legacy, the a cappella choir group is composed of some of the best singers at Bryan...

The beat goes on: Indoor percussion drums up support through artistry, skill

Lucy Raleigh April 20, 2017

Keeping in-step with complicated choreography, telling the story of the performance through facial expressions, and keeping the beat with big drums, simultaneously can be a challenge. Members of Viking...

Crime and research: Forensic series sheds light on unsolved cases

Hannah Broussard April 19, 2017

The typical crime show follows a group of detectives seeking to solve unrealistic and improbable crimes. Forensic Files is unlike these impractical shows as it tells, in documentary-style, the true stories...

Beauty on a Budget: Drugstore products provide palatable solution at low cost

Payton McKeehan April 18, 2017

Makeup is an art that women and a number of men take pride in, painting their faces like blank canvases. There are plenty of options that can help artists and newbies achieve the various looks someone...

Vaulting to new heights: Junior athlete improves while leading by example

Kaywin McCall April 17, 2017

His mind is clear. His vision zeroes in on the target. There is no sound. The only thing he is aware of is the object in front of him: the bar. His task, get over the bar. Junior pole vaulter Campbell...

Beauty and the box office; Live action remake stuns audience with story telling, visuals

Mackenzie Johnson April 14, 2017

Disney's Beauty and the Beast is a live-action remake of the classic animated fairytale. The new production strives to appeal to a modern audience while also staying true to the original storyline and...

Love all: Sisters bring family bond to tennis courts

Sophia Stone April 13, 2017

Teams are like families. They count on each other, hang out together, and and come together as a team. They may not always get along, but in the end, they always have each other’s backs. The Paholek...

Little fish in big pond: Freshman earns medals at state swim meet

Payton McKeehan April 12, 2017

Swimming is a sport where fractions of seconds make the difference in medaling and hoping for a better time next season. Freshman Abby Surley has progressed this season to shave entire seconds off her...

Senior strays from norm, enjoys unique interests, hobbies

Jennyfer Tucker April 10, 2017

Millennials are labeled as a generation of self-absorbed, technology addicted citizens, but stereotypes don’t always apply. Senior Sam Opersteny isn’t interested in the latest app or song on Billboard’s...

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