Photos: Musical Auditions

Victoria Yother, Spotlight Editor

December 3, 2018

Filed under Features


Stopping the sniffles this holiday season

Sarah Rice, Guest Reporter

November 29, 2018

Filed under Features

I love the holiday season as much as the next person. I really do. As long as I ignore the unbearably frosty temperatures, the neighbors who insist on having a 37 foot tall blow-up reindeer in their yard, the painful small talk at holiday...

Appreciating the environment

Mayzee Paleveda, Guest Reporter

November 20, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Breathing is essential for humans to survive. Considering how much the United States of America pollutes alone, it’s a miracle that people still can breathe suitable air. Thankfully, trees and plants exist to do a number of ...

Wildviews with Ms. Sabatini

Wildviews with Ms. Sabatini

November 14, 2018

Looking beyond the diet

Sarah Rice, Reporter

October 25, 2018

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Throughout the past few centuries, the concept of a healthy diet has experienced drastic changes. In the nineteenth century, scientists suggested consuming only vinegar to lose weight. By the “Roaring Twenties,” cigarette companie...

What you need to know – preparing for the PSATs and SATs

Emma Brooks, Reporter

October 24, 2018

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Preparing for the PSATs and SATs can be hard, especially when you don’t even know where to begin! But look no farther. Here is a guide on how to study for them. The first thing you should do when looking into taking them...

Humans Of MASH – Jonah Smith

Victoria Yother, Spotlight Editor

October 15, 2018

Filed under Features

Victoria Yother   When I was 11 my grandma said that she couldn’t feel her leg. We got a call from grandpa saying we had to call an ambulance. She had a blood clot in her left leg with a possible amputation. Before Thanksgiving she unfortunately shook hands with God. S...