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Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, connects with high school students by sharing poems

Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, connects with high school students by sharing poems

Demi Nicole Manglona, Borah High School

Juan Felipe Herrera is this year’s U.S. Poet Laureate, and Borah had the honor of welcoming the inspirational literary icon in the auditorium Feb 2. Students and teachers...

March 22

How to: Healthy Eating for Beginners

How to: Healthy Eating for Beginners

Naomi Byrne, Orono High School

As February comes to an end, some may struggle to stay committed to health related 2017 New Year’s Resolutions. Others may want to give the healthy lifestyle a try, but...

March 22

The Girl Behind the Ukulele

The Girl Behind the Ukulele

Destiny Mobley, North Hall High

Chances are, you have all heard freshman Natalie Enzmann play her ukulele down the hallway on her way to class, but do any of you really know why she does it? Everyone is...

March 21

The Snow Hill Quartet

The Snow Hill Quartet

Erin Hogge, Kettle Run High School

A cellist, violist, and two violinists make up the Snow Hill Quartet, a group of talented musicians from Kettle Run and Fauquier High who have impressed the community with...

March 21

Ethan Thompson’s Self Expression

Ethan Thompson’s Self Expression

Nathan Johnson, Peninsula High School

With over 1 billion users each month, Youtube is one of the largest social media outlets today. Everyone at least once has found themselves deeply entangled and locked into...

March 20

Living After the Tsunami

Living After the Tsunami

Mekayla Phan, Sahuaro High School

March 11, 2011. At the Misawa Air Force Base in the Aomori Prefecture of Japan, a young Japanese-American girl felt the world tremble beneath her feet. It was on a Friday...

March 17

This isn’t beautiful

This isn’t beautiful

Caroline Cooney and Taylor Bynion, The John Carroll School

Staring at her dinner plate, junior Jordan Wrzesien contemplates her next move to avoid eating what is placed in front of her. As she takes a small bite, she slowly chews...

March 16

Dunbar Student Voices: Teens and Gun Violence

Dunbar Student Voices: Teens and Gun Violence

Abby Hendren and Santiago Duque, Paul Laurence Dunbar

The Student Voice Team includes students from a wide variety of backgrounds who work together and with the Dunbar faculty and staff to create a better school community. Another...

March 16

What you should know before you take the SAT

What you should know before you take the SAT

Brittany Walker, Colonia High School

When junior year comes around, many high school students face the pending question of trying to decide whether they should take the SAT. In order to make a clear decision,...

March 16

Vandal Strike Steps From Campus

Vandal Strike Steps From Campus

March 14

Even though Cathedral Catholic High School student and cross-country runner Dominic Catanzaro ’17 has...

Packing cleats for college

Packing cleats for college

March 14

Notebooks, highlighters, pens, and pencils lie next to game schedules, workout plans, and hair ties....

Recent graduate remembered by school community

Recent graduate remembered by school community

March 14

Radiant. Happy. Approachable. Excited for life. Charming. Equivalent to sunshine. Thoughtful. Kind. Generous....

Awaken Project Assembly Brings Light to STL Heroin Epidemic

Awaken Project Assembly Brings Light to STL Heroin Epidemic

March 14

Students file into a half-lit gymnasium at 8:30 a.m. on the morning of March 10, greeted by the sight...

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The Snow Hill Quartet

The Snow Hill Quartet

Erin Hogge, Kettle Run High School

A cellist, violist, and two violinists make up the Snow Hill Quartet, a group of talented musicians from Kettle Run and Fauquier High who have impressed the community with...

March 21

The sound of state

The sound of state

Bernadette Donlon, Owatonna High School

The Owatonna Symphony Orchestra has been one of Owatonna’s elite music groups since its beginning in 1919. This year, the group has received a phenomenal opportunity. They...

March 10

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How to: Healthy Eating for Beginners

How to: Healthy Eating for Beginners

Naomi Byrne, Orono High School

As February comes to an end, some may struggle to stay committed to health related 2017 New Year’s Resolutions. Others may want to give the healthy lifestyle a try, but...

March 22

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Awaken Project Assembly Brings Light to STL Heroin Epidemic

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