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Opinion: The Keto diet is not healthy

Opinion: The Keto diet is not healthy

Riann Masi, Writer

October 26, 2020

Methods of losing weight often include going on a diet. The question is are they really effective. The Keto diet is a very popular diet for people looking to lose weight without needing to exclude meat, dairy or seafood from their diets.  The Keto diet bases most of its meals off of foods with high fat...

Opinion: Face-to-Face schooling is safe

Opinion: Face-to-Face schooling is safe

Madysen Krug, Writer

October 23, 2020

For the 2020-2021 school year, the school has set many regulations in place to keep students safe and to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak. Going to school everyday was a big part of student’s and teachers' social life where both can interact with people. All the regulations put in place made it safe and p...

Opinion: Masks can be dangerous

Opinion: Masks can be dangerous

Madysen Krug, Writer

September 30, 2020

In Lincoln Park, New Jersey, a driver of a single-car crash is believed to have passed out while driving due to wearing an N-95 for too long. Lincoln Park Police Department responded to an accident on Thursday where a vehicle careened, front bumper first, into a wooden pole. Reports have said that the dri...

Opinion: Wearing a mask is a great way to promote public health

Opinion: Wearing a mask is a great way to promote public health

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2020

Driving through downtown Fenton, there is an array of joggers, restaurant goers and, most unfortunately, hordes of Unlock Michigan booths and people who refuse to properly wear a mask.  COVID-19 is a respiratory virus, meaning it largely attacks the lungs and respiratory system and it is spread t...

Opinion: Tiger Virtual Academy provides benefits for students

Opinion: Tiger Virtual Academy provides benefits for students

Adeline Ostrander, Writer

September 28, 2020

Since students are currently learning during a global pandemic, school is going to look a bit different this year. One of these differences is online schooling options. Many students have opted to participate in a virtual academic platform instead of face-to-face learning. This brings many students and p...

Joining clubs just for college applications does more harm than good

Molly Killian, Lifestyles Editor

September 4, 2020

Many clubs at Fenton High School are held back by members who only joined so that they could have something extra to put on their college applications. These kind of members are quite interested in going to the meetings to get their free pizza, but not so excited about going to actual events to help ...

Opinion: pros and cons of virtual college visits

Opinion: pros and cons of virtual college visits

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor in Chief

July 31, 2020

While the option of in-person interaction is extremely limited, universities have offered up virtual tours for prospective students to learn about the school from home and ease the decision making process.  Very few people would choose watching a video of Hawaii over physically going to Hawaii, and...

Opinion: Fenton High should return to in-class learning for the upcoming school year

Opinion: Fenton High should return to in-class learning for the upcoming school year

Natily Hall, Writer

July 17, 2020

Since COVID-19 struck the United States, the way of life of many Americans is up in the air, especially in regards to the American schooling system. With crowded halls, close desks and the sheer amount of students in a classroom, let alone the entire school, revisions must be made to increase safety...

Opinion: The coronavirus quarantine should not continue

Opinion: The coronavirus quarantine should not continue

Riann Masi, Writer

May 8, 2020

Quarantine has been in effect throughout the United States for over a month, affecting 328.2 million people within its borders. Governments from states such as Alabama, Colorado, and Alaska have recently stated their reopening plans for their population, but states such as Michigan are going to contin...

Opinion: Social distancing laws are necessary

Opinion: Social distancing laws are necessary

Molly Killian, Lifestyles Editor

May 5, 2020

As Americans are spending more and more time in quarantine, many people have begun feeling that the social distancing regulations are not worth it. A few have begun protesting the regulations. Breaking the social distancing laws through any means— especially protesting— is very dangerous. It puts many...

Opinion: Online schooling is detrimental to students’ learning

Opinion: Online schooling is detrimental to students' learning

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

April 29, 2020

On March 12, Fenton High School students attended their last full day of school of the 2019-2020 school year, although they didn’t know it at the time. The decision to close schools for the remainder of the year was announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer on April 2, to prevent the spread of COVID-...

Opinion: Online schooling is beneficial for students

Opinion: Online schooling is beneficial for students

Riann Masi, Writer

April 29, 2020

Michigan schools K-12 have been ordered by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to close buildings and begin schooling online. Schools are to stay close to help decrease the spread of COVID-19 by lessening social contact. Teachers are scrambling to plan for the future: teaching online.  Many parents are worried that their children...