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The whole story: Finstas foster individualism

The whole story: Finstas foster individualism

Morgan Haworth, Social Media Manager

September 27, 2018


Filed under Featured, Student Life

She uses her second Instagram to release emotional baggage. After hiding her true feelings and bottling herself in, she feels free when she posts on her finsta. “I started my finsta because I feel like my finsta is the real me,” junior Jamike Unoke said. A finsta stands for a “fake Instagram.” These a...

Students participate in online challenges

Trey Trumbo, Staff Member

September 27, 2018


Filed under Featured

Over the years, online challenges have become more and more popular, sweeping rapidly across nations all around the world. While most have been harmless or even for a good cause, others, like the Kiki Challenge, have resulted in destruction of property or loss of life. “I feel like most challenges begin...

Stuco works to improve

Taylor McEachron, Co-Web Editor

September 27, 2018


Filed under Featured, Student Life

As the third month of school approaches, students are getting into their routines with classes, clubs and extracurricular activities. Not only are students getting back in the swing of things, but certain groups are looking to improve the school’s environment. Student Council has been working since...

Stretch to destress

Stretch to destress

Scout Molder, Co Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2018


Filed under Featured

Starting last fall, a yoga class consisting of a small group of students has taken place each Tuesday during seminar. The class was started by counselor Marge Eckard, with the purpose of helping students who struggle with anxiety. Eckard said that the idea for the class stemmed from her own experience with ...

Forensics team hosts tournament on April 14

Forensics team hosts tournament on April 14

Wyatt Stella, Student Photographer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Featured, Photos

Seniors share favorite high school memory

Seniors share favorite high school memory

Heather Nguyen, Video Editor

May 8, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase, Video

https://youtu.be/RLUGOGs1dBo

Making a difference in life skills

Making a difference in life skills

Bailey Spencer, Staff Photographer

April 29, 2018


Filed under Photos, Student Life

The life skills team participated in a competition with the other programs in the area. They left with a lot of smiles and medals to take home and show all the hard work they put in. With support form the staff, friends, and family the students had a great day.

Dancers perform at first showcase

Dancers perform at first showcase

Jessica Hutchings, Staff Photographer

April 28, 2018


Filed under Photos, Showcase, Student Life

Weighing the difference between free speech and slander

Weighing the difference between free speech and slander

Drew Englis, Co-Business Manager

April 19, 2018


Filed under Featured

Hate speech and slander have permeated today’s society and more often than not the main proponents of such language claim that their rights protect them from legal action. Conflict that arises as a result of slander is difficult to handle due to the First Amendments vagueness. Within the U.S. ther...

Forensics finds success fundraising for nationals trips to Washington D.C., Fort Lauderdale

Forensics finds success fundraising for nationals trips to Washington D.C., Fort Lauderdale

Scout Molder, Managing Editor

April 12, 2018


Filed under Featured

Fourteen members of the forensics team qualified for the National Catholic Forensics League (NCFL) national tournament in Washington D.C. this May. In the past, the team has never had more than nine students qualify for nationals, so the financial burden put on the team to send all 14 people to D.C. w...

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