Fenton InPrint Online

New retro menswear store, Bridge Street Exchange, in Fenton

Ellie Vasbinder, Assistant Print Editor in Chief

June 11, 2018


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What started as an idea quickly became a prospering shop. The owner of Bridge Street exchange, Kevin Bagola, started out in the insurance industry, then left to sell wedding rings. Three years later, the need for a street side business became apparent, and turned into a menswear shop in Linden. As...

Tracy’s Creations dress alterations opens downtown

Delaney Bryson, Writer

May 31, 2018


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For over 35 years, Tracy Ellis’s passion has been to perfect and revitalize clothes and gowns. After pursuing this passion for years, she was finally able to open a building in downtown Fenton providing dress and formal attire alterations. While this may look like a regular old business to some, it...

Students can start looking out for summer homework

Students can start looking out for summer homework

Anna Ebert, Writer

May 30, 2018


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Relaxing in the pool, tubing on the lake, soaking up the sun, and having a fun time are all the necessities needed for summer, but there is one thing that some students can not forget to get, summer homework. If in any of the following classes: Honors Literature and Composition, Honors World History, AMS ...

USAG laws change after Larry Nassar case

Hannah Young, Writer

May 25, 2018


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Five months after the conviction of Larry Nassar for sexual harassment underneath MSU (Michigan State University) and USAG (United States of America Gymnastics), a recent law has been established at USAG gyms to prevent harassments in the future. Along with having a law-changing impact, Larry Nassar’s sexual...

Mr. Fenton competition renamed Battle of the Sexes

Mr. Fenton competition renamed Battle of the Sexes

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

May 22, 2018


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Move over Mr. Fenton, a new winner is in town. On May 17, sophomore Olivia Battaglia was crowned the first Ms. Fenton. After large female interest and the desire to be more inclusive, the annual Mr. Fenton competition was renamed The Battle of the Sexes. “I’ve been here at Fenton High School for...

Nightlock Lockdown locks down the school

Nightlock Lockdown locks down the school

Amber Kelly, Opinion Editor

May 21, 2018


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It’s as if they were installed over night. The new Nightlock Door Locks are another way Fenton Schools are making their buildings safer. The locks were placed on all of the doors within the school. They were installed in all of the Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS) buildings and will be installed in...

The legal consequences of underage sexting

The legal consequences of underage sexting

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

May 16, 2018


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A Nude is defined as “a photo of oneself without clothing and often sent to another person as a sexual favor” by Urban Dictionary. This act, while illegal for minors, in highly participated in by teenagers. “If you distribute sexual material, there’s a risk of seven years in prison or a $50,00...

The crackdown on Juuls is affecting minors

The crackdown on Juuls is affecting minors

Lily Tiong, Writer

May 14, 2018


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Hide and Seek: A game kids used to play with each other, but are now playing with their vapes (e-cigarettes). Because Juuls are so easily accessible, the FDA is cracking down on the usage of vapes by minors. “The number of vapes we confiscate per week depends on the month and the growing usage patt...

Drama program does not host spring musical

Drama program does not host spring musical

Anna Ebert, Writer

May 11, 2018


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Fenton’s financial problems have been evident with students using English textbooks from the 1990s and block scheduling being cut. Although the drama department does not receive money from the district, they are also feeling the effects of the budget issue as they are not able to put on a spring musical...

AMS students participate in a simulation about the 1967 Detroit Riots

AMS students participate in a simulation about the 1967 Detroit Riots

Taron Masi, Writer

May 9, 2018


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If a group of people's basic needs like water, food, and shelter, are not met, things can take a turn for the worse. That’s exactly what the students of Honors American Studies (AMS) learned when they traveled to the Michigan History Center in Lansing to take place in a simulation about the 1967 Detroit...

The opening of Goki Goki presents authentic Korean food to the community

Lydia Podlesak, Writer

May 7, 2018


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When looking for a place to eat in Fenton, there are over 50 options but out of all these restaurants, around 10 are ethnic. Opened on April 18, the people of Fenton now have another option to choose from and can venture into Goki Goki and try another type of authentic food: Korean BBQ. “I came...