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Sophomore Taron Masi attends the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Sophomore Taron Masi attends the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Taron Masi, Writer

June 8, 2018


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Over Mother’s Day weekend, I had one of the most eye-opening experiences of my life. A three day camp in Canada that made me realize things about myself that I never knew before. I was one of 30 students in Genesee County asked to participate in the Rotary’s Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) semina...

Consignment shops can provide cheap alternative to designer brands

Consignment shops can provide cheap alternative to designer brands

Amber Kelly, Opinion Editor

May 30, 2018


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New and gently used clothes fill Mirror Image Consignment. Consignment shops can provide the style teenagers are looking for secondhand. With designers like Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Steve Madden soaring in prices, teenagers can get the label without the heavy price tag. “Here at Mirror Imag...

Freshman Fenway Jones completes senior exit presentation

Freshman Fenway Jones completes senior exit presentation

Taron Masi, Writer

May 15, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

For most teenagers entering high school, it's a bit of a shock to have to start thinking about the college and the future. It’s a little different for freshman Fenway Jones, who’s been taking college courses since she was in middle school. “During 7th grade and the first half of 8th grade I took Lit &...

CADD students win drafting award for design

CADD students win drafting award for design

Andrea Elsholz, Writer

May 14, 2018


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Fitting a grill perfectly on a car, shaping and reshaping the design like a clay puzzle piece, everything had to be considered in the American Society of Body Engineers (ASBE) foundation’s annual design challenge. On April 19, seven Computer Aided-Design and Drafting (CADD) students found out that ...

Eating healthy means feeling healthy

Ellie Vasbinder, Assistant Print Editor in Chief

May 10, 2018


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What you put in your body can affect how you feel. Swinging by fast food restaurants on your way home from practice may feel fair, though regularly eating takeout foods, processed meats and sugary snacks can lead to mental and health issues. Eating too much or too little or consuming foods low in fibre,...

Junior Megan Armbruster and her team compete at cheerleading Worlds

Junior Megan Armbruster and her team compete at cheerleading Worlds

Sydney Bommersbach, writer

May 9, 2018


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Cheer teams from across the United States fly into Orlando, Florida, for the chance to be named best in the nation. Traveling with her team the Midwest Xplosion Blackout Stingrays Allstars, junior Megan Armbruster flew out to The Cheerleading Worlds on April 25 to join over 11,000 other athletes. ...

The Dos and Donts for growing long and healthy hair

The Dos and Donts for growing long and healthy hair

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

May 3, 2018


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As the 2016-2017 trend of short hair fades away, many people are missing their long tresses, and are looking for a way to grow them out. Long hair begins with healthy hair, and healthy hair is built on a foundation of moisture, elasticity and avoiding split ends. Click below for Do’s and Don’ts f...

What it’s like having your parent be your teacher and your kid as your student

Anna Ebert, Writer

April 30, 2018


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24/7, day and night, at school and at home, teachers with students that also double as their kids seem to always be with one another. Within the school, there are seven teachers with their kids as students. “Having my children here at work with me is a blessing,” Forensics teacher Matt Sullivan...

Dual enrollemnt through Mott Community College available

Regina Pauly, Writer

April 24, 2018


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When scheduling comes around and it’s time to do course selections for next year, juniors and seniors have the option to do dual enrollment options with U of M Flint but there is also Mott Community College. This can offer credits in both high school and college. “Mott has college classes that...

Classrooms are utilizing the phrase “teamwork makes the dream work”

Classrooms are utilizing the phrase “teamwork makes the dream work”

Regina Pauly, Writer

April 19, 2018


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Careers these days are searching for people who have teamwork experience and skills. Classes such as Virtual Enterprise International, choir, video productions, drama and others generate the skills needed to work in groups. In these classes teachers use different techniques that are then applied by the...