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Remember, respect 9/11

adviser November 15, 2021

The current generation of students in schools was born after the events that changed the world on September 11.  We do not have first-hand knowledge of what transpired that day and we are not aware...

Baseball team aims to strike out cancer with philanthropic efforts

Jaci Siegert May 29, 2021

Vs. Cancer is a national event that pairs athletic teams with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. The baseball team participated in the 2021 event in their game against Shoemaker and fundraised over...

Home sweet home: Students find friends, family within four walls

Jaci Siegert May 29, 2021

A safe haven. A refuge. A home. The fact that the 6160 is just a standard classroom down a hallway on Blue Campus does not diminish the emotional attachment many students have to that location. For...

A solid double: Twins lead team, will continue post-secondary education together

Maci Brown May 20, 2021

The crack of the bat, the smell of the fresh mowed grass, the overwhelming emotion of being a part of something bigger than yourself. These are just a few of the things that make softball a way of life...

Fashion, hair, style dominated by 80s influence, outspoken nature

Callie Bollinger May 19, 2021

The 80s, an enthralling time of fashion and big hair that ultimately defined a generation while it continues to influence current and future generations. Pop culture, specifically music, heavily influenced...

Students create outreach project to spread awareness of animal abuse

Addison Perry May 18, 2021

As part of their International Baccalaureate CAS project, seniors Emma King, Selah Pilkington, and Alathea Stone worked to spread awareness to the school and community about animal abuse through the distribution...

District policy encourages laziness

adviser May 15, 2021

The school’s system for calculating class rank is broken.  There was a shift about a decade ago that moved the cut-off to finalize class rank from after the 5th six weeks to after the 3rd six...

Disappointment over Super Bowl outcome

Jasmine Samis May 14, 2021

Super Bowl 2021 was trash. There’s no “nice way” to put it. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went head-to-head against the Kansas City Chiefs for the Super Bowl Cup. While others may not have hated it as...

Viking prom closet blesses senior through community support

Callie Bollinger May 13, 2021

When the district announced that prom would take place this year for seniors, many were concerned about the expenses of the event given the financial crisis caused by COVID-19. Senior English teacher...

Women’s health should be open discussion, not issue of embarrassment, shame

Sophia Bradley May 12, 2021

Birth control can be seen as a good and a bad thing for women, as it has a variety of positive and negative side effects and stigmas that come along with them.  In the US alone, about 62% of people...

Swift climbs quickly to top of charts with re-recorded album

Abby Mendez May 11, 2021

Very few artists manage to keep up with music trends and stay relevant, but since her debut in 2006, Taylor Swift has managed to redefine herself as an artist across multiple genres, while breaking numerous...

Role of parents important to child’s development

Samantha Lamb May 10, 2021

My parents are two of the most important people in my life. They have always been there for me. They’re not perfect, but they try to make the right decisions, and whenever they do make a mistake, they...

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