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Thanksgiving: As a Philosophy

Thanksgiving: As a Philosophy

Story by: Chris Woodson, Newspaper Editor

November 5, 2018

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Give Thanks

Give Thanks

Story by: Julya Socoteanu, Yearbook Editor

November 5, 2018

It is easy to get caught up in the busy schedule most Americans tackle every day. The hearts of people are crowded with worry for what is to come, and they struggle to find room for gratitude. Tasks must be accomplished, deadlines are waiting, and little time is left for reflection. This is the mindset...

ONE team, ONE dream.

ONE team, ONE dream.

Story by: Coach Jordan Alford, Guest Writer

October 23, 2018

  There are honestly no words to describe the feeling watching the excitement, as hearing the words “State Bound”, meaning, a job well done. But watching the excitement of kids finally able to embrace the dream, they have had since day. Beyond just the simple word, this represents more that ju...

Homecoming Queen

Homecoming Queen

Story by: Chris Woodson, Newspaper Editor

October 9, 2018

The “Barnhill Legacy” will live far beyond these two sisters' stay at Spring Hill.

The Fashions of Homecoming

The Fashions of Homecoming

Story by: Anna Adams and Gracie Sist

October 9, 2018

But our big fashion question is, how can anyone afford such lavish gowns? Especially to be worn once? SO, we went on a hunt for look-alike fashions that won't break the bank

Strides to Success

Strides to Success

Story by: Bailey Ratcliff, Yearbook Editor

October 9, 2018

Everyone is more successful with someone on their side, for the Spring Hill cross country team that “someone” is a dog. Strider, Coach Alford’s dog, has become a mascot for the team and a symbol in the Spring Hill community. From racing alongside the runners during meets and practice to raising t...

Heart of the Panther : Budd Dunn

Heart of the Panther : Budd Dunn

Story by: Jacob Donahue, staff writer

October 5, 2018

“Humanity rarely gets the opportunity to express itself. Art makes that opportunity.”- Mr. Dunn

Heart of the Panther : Laura Borens

Heart of the Panther : Laura Borens

Story by: Yanelli Vega, staff writer

October 5, 2018

“Anyone can be a photographer but it takes a lot of practice and willingness to learn to be a good photographer.” -Laura Borens

A Day in the Life of a Pacesetter

A Day in the Life of a Pacesetter

Story by: ADDISON MCQUITTY, Staff Writer

August 31, 2018

These girls sparkle, wear boots, and paint on red lips every Friday. Intriguing to say the least. So, I wanted to know more. Why join this line? So, I set out to find the answer. I met up with Julianna Jones, returning Junior and Pacesetters, to ask her thoughts and feelings about the appeal and the...

Spring Hill Nose Best

Story by: Laney Driggers, Yearbook Editor

August 30, 2018

  Girls at Spring Hill High School have been encouraged to express themselves for as long as I can remember, but when it comes to nose rings the only expression is “NO”.   Society glorifies the idea of beauty and encourages her members to strive for it! At Spring Hill, we have been...

The Untold Story of Vaping

August 30, 2018

BY: STAFF REPORTER Comments to [email protected]   We often take our bodily functions for granted, indulging in things that damage our us.  Vaping holds untold dangers that destroy our lungs. Is it worth it to harm something so valuable? Vaping has become increasingly popular over th...

Looking back: 17 Years Since 9/11

Story by: Julya Socoteanu, Yearbook Editor

August 30, 2018

  For every generation, there is a significant event, a date, that is imprinted in their brains and they can’t forget. They remember exactly where they were, what they felt. For today’s grandparents, it was the day JFK was shot. For others, they remember the Space Shuttle explosion. But, f...

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