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Over involvement in course load and extracurricular activities can cause an equal amount of stress to student participants

Devon Mann, Print Editor in Chief

October 16, 2017


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One more club, one more sport, one more Advanced Placement class — one less hour of sleep. This kind of schedule has become a reality for some high schoolers, often resulting in students devoting excessive amounts of time to school. This is done in order achieve high caliber grades while staying involved...

The first set of quadruplets to walk the halls

The first set of quadruplets to walk the halls

Audrey Strickhouser, Features Editor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

The chance of having quadruplets is about 1 in 800000. The McKellar quadruplets beat the rare odds and walk the halls with the other students in the freshman class. The quads are fraternal and include one girl: Skylar and three boys: Ashton, Keegan and Garrett. “Being the only girl in a set of quadruplets...

Students commute to Big House as homecoming alternative

Students commute to Big House as homecoming alternative

Lydia Podlesak, Writer

October 10, 2017


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The second weekend in Oct. is a monumental day for many students as many scramble in preparation for homecoming and search through department stores for formal wear while others are reaching for college football attire.This is the case for the group of students individuals heading down to The Big House...

The Fentonian Through the Years

The Fentonian Through the Years

Gracie Warda, Web Editor

September 7, 2017


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Last Panera Bread fundraiser of the school year

Last Panera Bread fundraiser of the school year

Jillian Ferry, Website Editor

June 6, 2017


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The Fenton publications staffs will be hosting a Panera Fundraiser on Monday June 14 from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Come support the publications and study for your 1B, 3B, 1A and 2A exams, show a picture of the flyer to a your cashier during the fundraiser to contribute.

The annual Cocagne-Gregory SRT graduation party plans are underway

Jillian Ferry, Website Editor

May 15, 2017


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Going on its 17th year, the Andy Cocagne-Nick Gregory graduation party is one of their SRT’s oldest traditions. “Years ago, back when I hired in,” social studies teacher Gregory said. “Mr. Cocagne and I had kitty corner classrooms and we thought we should have a graduation party outside in...

Senior Sean Stiles and junior Riley Shegos represent student body to the Board of Education

Senior Sean Stiles and junior Riley Shegos represent student body to the Board of Education

Gracie Warda, Writer

May 3, 2017


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The Board of Education is dedicated to improving education for students across the district, but lack of communication with students can leave a broken link. To close this gap, senior Sean Stiles and junior Riley Shegos have been selected as student representatives to the Board of Education. “I...

Love, Riley | A letter to my 18 year old self

Riley Wilson, Print Editor in Chief

April 30, 2017


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Rejection sucks. In the bluntest way possible, rejection is horrible. Especially the type of rejection that acts as a crane, knocking down future plans, causing an earthquake that shatters how you view your life. 18 year old you dreamed of attending John Hopkins University. You worked hard in high...

Senior Christian Herrera named at Genessee Career Institute’s student of the year

Senior Christian Herrera named at Genessee Career Institute’s student of the year

Brendan Triola, Sports Editor

April 24, 2017


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Stepping through metal detectors and getting patted down was routine for senior Christian Herrera while he attended McKinley Middle School during his seventh grade year. When he was maced as a bystander in a riot during school hours, he and his parents made the decision to leave McKinley and come to...

Athletes struggle to balance athleticism, body image for society

Amber Kelly, Writer

April 5, 2017


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Body image. Body shaming. Too skinny. Too overweight. These topics have been brought up in the media a lot. As it occurs mainly in sports, the athletes’ main goal is to achieve their optimal body image with their coaches’ help and positive support. “It’s not that coaches are supporting or...