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How to stay active during the off season

How to stay active during the off season

Bree Soule, Online Editor

May 29, 2020

Physical activity is essential to the human body. With local gyms temporarily closed and sport seasons cancelled, people who rely upon these must find a new way to workout.  “During the shutdown, it was important for us to stay connected to our players,” Rick Miracle, Director of Nationals Genes...

How to survive boredom during quarantine

How to survive boredom during quarantine

Emmy Johnson, Writer

May 15, 2020

After being locked inside for so long, boredom is setting in and people are looking for fun activities they can do while abiding by the Michigan stay-at-home order. Here are a few ideas on how to safely fight off quarantine boredom. ...

Fenton teachers deliver meals to local front line workers

Fenton teachers deliver meals to local front line workers

Bree Soule, Online Editor

May 6, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous people are putting themselves at risk to help others. This includes all first responders: doctors, nurses, police officers, firefighters, paramedics, etc. Beginning on April 3, Fenton teachers came together to show their support and delivered meals to local front ...

Letter from the editor: Bree Soule

Letter from the editor: Bree Soule

Bree Soule, Online Editor

May 1, 2020

Dear Audience,  As the upcoming Online Editor-in-Chief for the Fenton InPrint, I have numerous goals and plans for the 2020-2021 school year. With our current Editors-in-Chief graduating, along with many other seniors on staff, we are bound to exhibit change. This change requires preparation and n...

Tips for managing anxiety

Tips for managing anxiety

Hannah Young, Online Editor

April 24, 2020

When it comes to managing anxiety and getting a grasp on how to deal with it,  getting a perspective on the anxiety and how it affects an individual can help. See the slideshow below for tips on managing anxiety. ...

Tips on shopping affordably

Tips on shopping affordably

Emmy Johnson, Writer

April 23, 2020

Splurging on an overpriced item in a cute boutique or store is an easy feat, but after splurging it’s easy to regret the purchase that was made. Shopping for affordable items that last is a more reasonable way to go, but starting out on this tactic is hard, and overspending is a tricky habit to break. For...

FHS seniors who will continue athletics into college

FHS seniors who will continue athletics into college

Anna Weigle, Writer

April 21, 2020

As the year comes to a close, seniors are starting to prepare for the years ahead. Some are planning on continuing their athletic journey into college. FHS is sending these students out to further their athletic and academic careers at the college they have committed to.  Senior Emma Hiscock will be attending the Un...

Tips for shopping ethically

Tips for shopping ethically

Emmy Johnson, Writer

April 17, 2020

Sustainable shopping is a lifestyle that makes it easier for consumers to buy products for easy and cheap, while keeping the environment safe. Many corporations create their products unethically, so shopping sustainably becomes difficult. This lifestyle usually includes shoppers buying from resale and...

Guest Story: Bullet Journal Ideas and Printables to Keep Every Aspect of Your Life on Track

Guest Story: Bullet Journal Ideas and Printables to Keep Every Aspect of Your Life on Track

Kayla Montgomery, with Intuit Mint Blog

April 16, 2020

Organizing every aspect of your life has an extremely rewarding feeling. When you show up when you need to, wrap up projects faster than expected, and meet your life, work, and financial goals—there’s nothing that beats it.  Over the past couple of years, there has been a running trend called “bul...

All the need-to-knows about Sunny, Fenton High’s soon-to-be therapy dog

All the need-to-knows about Sunny, Fenton High’s soon-to-be therapy dog

Tyler Soule, Print Editor in Chief

April 16, 2020

With the recent acquisition of a therapy dog for FHS, there were a lot of questions regarding the safety of students, along with the money needed to train a dog. Because the pros are said to outweigh the cons, starting next year, FHS will have its very own dog in the media center: Sunny, the golden retri...

In-state colleges that provide an affordable education

In-state colleges that provide an affordable education

Grahm Staib, Writer

April 15, 2020

According to Michigan Radio, the average college graduate in Michigan finishes with over $30,000 in student loan debts. For students that are worried about finishing school in debt, there are options for high school students in Michigan to reduce these costs through in-state community colleges and universi...

Computer science students compete in coding challenge

Computer science students compete in coding challenge

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

April 14, 2020

Recently, students in the AP Computer Science class, taught by Holly Corbett, began participating in the Girls Go CyberStart challenge. This challenge is exclusively online, and each participant has to pass five coding challenges, each with a different level of difficulty. Two students in Corbett’s cla...