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Online Learning

Chris Woodson, Feature Editor

November 26, 2018

Filed under Features, Perspectives, Student Life, Tech Trends

Online learning has had a massive revolution within the last 5 years. This generation has grown to replace the chalkboard with a smart board, paper with computers, and even grades are entered on computers now. Obviously this t...

Panthers Protect Themselves Against Diabetes

KIRSTIN SAHA, staff writer

November 16, 2018

Filed under Campus News, Perspectives, Showcase

When one hears the word “diabetes” they may think of their great-aunt who eats too much chocolate cake, but diabetes isn’t limited to a certain group of people. 1.25 million Americans live with Type One Diabetes; 5 milli...

Who are You BETin’ On?

Who are You BETin’ On?

November 5, 2018

“Serving” Up The Facts

Alex Caron, Staff Writer

October 11, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

  No matter who you are, all people enjoy being served. This is, after all, why we prefer to eat out, hire plumbers, and people get their nails done. We enjoy being served and having other people do stuff for us. While t...

Homecoming Spirit Week

Homecoming Spirit Week

October 10, 2018

The Pros and Cons of Peaceful Protest

Jathan Williams, staff writer

September 17, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

Peaceful protest. It has shaped American History for the better. However, in today’s society, peaceful protest can have very negative effects on a community. That’s not to say that our right to protest is bad, but rather s...

Reading for Entertainment

Daniela Ventura, staff writer

September 17, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

Nowadays students don’t read or pay attention to the made up worlds inside books. Most high school students don’t think that reading is important or even helpful, but it actually helps broaden the scope of your knowledge and...

Beauty from Within

Beauty from Within

September 17, 2018

Help Recycle

Brooke Ratcliff, staff writer

September 17, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

Recycling is a process that creates new items from old and used materials.Just as the prefix “re” suggests, to do again, the product is cycled through a process to be made new again. Sometimes it is the same thing, sometimes it...

Anxious Presentations

Lillian Morris, staff writer

September 17, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

Speaking from experience, anxiety is no joke. The fact that teachers force students who have this disorder, or are obviously shy, to do presentations in front of everyone honestly confuses me. So, first of all, what do teacher’s...

Losing Pounds, Finding Keto

Lillian Speicher, staff writer

September 17, 2018

Filed under Perspectives

Have you ever wanted to lose weight, only to nearly starve to death to lose five pounds? Then, does that 5 pounds reappear within weeks; with a few extra pounds just for fun? What have you tried? Exercise, avoiding sugar, or ea...

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