Monthly Archives: January 2018

Indoor Track

Are your marks, get set, bang the runners are off fighting for a shot to compete in the state indoor meet. Indoor is one of many fascinating season that offer a different environment for runners to show their abilities in running. “I’m really excited for this upcoming indoor season. I’ve been preparing all summer just for this season,” senior, Hanna

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Wilham balances sports seasons

The school year has featured many successful sports seasons, and one of the recurring stars has been junior Nick Wilham. A surprise star in football and a phenomenal wrestling season have given Wilham the spotlight. Wilham has shown leaps and bounds of improvement in sports in his high school career, nowhere more evident than on the wrestling team. “Nick has

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How to: stay motivated for Semester 2

The term “senioritis” is extremely well-known in the world of students. Senioritis is the supposed affliction of students in their final years of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation; however, an epidemic that often affects the whole school is “second semester-itis.” Many people enjoy the cold during the holidays and wish for a white Christmas; however,

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Immigrant families and their stories

  Immigrants leave everything behind–family, friends, home–and travel to foreign countries filled with new cultures and customs, and people speaking different languages–all for the hope of better futures. Junior Ravneet Kaur was born in America, although her parents emigrated from India. “My mom came to America when she was a sophomore in high school for a higher education,” Kaur said.

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