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Personality Profile: tennis coach Eugene Brackley (Woody)

Lydia Podlesak, Lifestyles Editor

May 24, 2019

Whether he is in the hallways using the zamboni, outside mowing the lawn, at the slopes of Mt.Holly or at the tennis courts coaching the teams, tennis coach Eugene Brackley—also known as Woody—- is willing to help anywhere to make the school a better place. With an energetic and goofy personality...

Get to know Fenton’s IB coordinator, Kelly Boike

Get to know Fenton’s IB coordinator, Kelly Boike

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

April 22, 2019

Kelly Boike, Fenton’s International Baccalaureate (IB) coordinator since the year of 2005, has numerous roles within her occupation: IB Coordinator, Extended Essay Coordinator, DEEP Coordinator and Early/Middle College Coordinator. “I’ve been an educator for 20 years, and I value lifelong learning...

Local magician brings magic and mystery into the spotlight

Local magician brings magic and mystery into the spotlight

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

April 18, 2019

The magician grabs his props and prepares to wow the crowd. The crowd stays hooked through each movement he does. They are trying to figure out every step of his trick, but a magician should never reveal their secrets and he has many distractions along the way. The music gets louder, quickly approaching...

GCI Student of the Year awarded to senior Sarah Wenz

GCI Student of the Year awarded to senior Sarah Wenz

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

April 17, 2019

Watching over her father’s shoulder throughout the years, senior Sarah Wenz eventually began helping him work on his cars. Discovering that she really enjoyed this, Wenz enrolled in the Automotive Technology program at Genesee Career Institute (GCI), but never expected she would be named Student of the Year for Fenton High. ...

Artist of the month: Noelle Nixon

Artist of the month: Noelle Nixon

Taron Masi, Online Editor

April 8, 2019

At times when senior Noelle Nixon is hanging out with her friends, she has a moment of pause. She takes in the moment and finds artistic inspiration as a result. “I get artistic inspiration from really odd things in my surroundings, like how certain people act,” Nixon said. “When I’m ar...

Senior Drew Follett spends every summer sailing

Senior Drew Follett spends every summer sailing

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

January 30, 2019

Introduced to sailing when she was five years old, senior Drew Follett’s grandpa used to take her out on Grand Traverse Bay. Since then, Follett has developed a passion for sailing and is the best version of herself on the water. “When I was 12,” Follett said, “I attended this sailing school called Tr...

Senior Kyle Podeszwik teaches CPR classes to local residents

Jessie Bright, Writer

December 21, 2018

While many students spend their free time playing sports or hanging out with friends, senior Kyle Podeszwik uses his time to teach the public his passion: emergency medicine. Podeszwik teaches a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and medical training class to Fenton residents through the Southern...

Senior Parker Brady named All-State athlete

Senior Parker Brady named All-State athlete

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

December 11, 2018

Football is a classic American pastime, proven by the millions of fans watching the Super Bowl each year. For senior Parker Brady, it’s more than just a pastime. “I started playing flag football when I was four,” Brady said. “My passion has grown ever since. I want to play college football, b...

Senior Lindsay Sepulveda reflects on her time in Denmark

Senior Lindsay Sepulveda reflects on her time in Denmark

Taron Masi, Online Editor

October 29, 2018

Senior Lindsay Sepulveda was 16 when she packed up her bags and headed across the Atlantic Ocean to spend eleven months in Northern Europe. From August to July, Sepulveda was on exchange year living in the historic Danish city of Aarhus. “Leaving my friends and family was extremely hard,” Sepulved...

Senior Peyton Stapp participates in the CAP Cadet Program

Senior Peyton Stapp participates in the CAP Cadet Program

Bree Soule, Writer

October 25, 2018

In the future, senior Peyton Stapp wishes to join the military. Therefore, he joined the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program; a program where students learn to fly, lead and more. This program will help him progress further towards his goal of being in the military. After going to a meeting meant for students...

Sophomore Taron Masi attends the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Sophomore Taron Masi attends the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Taron Masi, Writer

June 8, 2018

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...