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Nepotism in the Eye of Sports

Nepotism in the Eye of Sports

Andrea Elsholz, Writer

December 5, 2017

He slammed his fist on the wall in frustration. He had been cut from the basketball team, but of course the coach’s son had made it, no surprise there. While some of these thoughts may just be jealous remarks, nepotism- special treatment of relatives or friends- still may creep its way into sports. “I’ve...

Swim coach Brad Jones hits 300 wins

Swim coach Brad Jones hits 300 wins

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

December 4, 2017

After 14 consecutive Metro League titles for Girls Swim, and six Boys titles in just 17 years of coaching at FHS, Swim coach Brad Jones has finally hit 300 wins. “300 wins is something for me to take a lot of pride in,” Jones said. “It says a lot about our program. As much as it is what I do, ...

Game of Chance Preview

Game of Chance Preview

Nick Megdanoff, Writer

December 1, 2017

From game consoles to your mobile devices, this column is a collection of opinions, reviews and theories about a variety of upcoming or newly released games. Each story in the column is different than the last, revolving around games tested and researched so you know what you could expect for that title....

Extracurricular varsity letters require as much work as athletic varsity letters

Extracurricular varsity letters require as much work as athletic varsity letters

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

November 30, 2017

“Students should not get a varsity letter if they do not play school sports” was said to me by a fellow student and over the last month nothing has crossed my mind more. Letterman jackets, more commonly referred to as varsity jackets, are a place for students to list the activities that they are...

‘Here we are Now’ Book Review

‘Here we are Now’ Book Review

Hannah Young, Writer

November 29, 2017

"Here We Are Now" by Jasmine Warga is the third book published which is coming out with the past releases of My Heart and Other Black Holes and Other Words from Home. Released on Nov. 7, Here We Are Now is a feel good, diverse novel that will have you running to hug your family and appreciate them. Taliah...

John Green releases new book after five years of waiting

John Green releases new book after five years of waiting

Lily Tiong, Writer

November 29, 2017

“Turtles All the Way Down” by John Green is the first novel to be published since he wrote “The Fault in Our Stars” five years ago in January of 2012. Written through 16 year old Aza Holmesy’s perspective, Green’s audience will see her constant struggle with anxiety and the thoughts consuming...

Students are losing dating manners

Regina Pauly, Writer

November 27, 2017

Her crush smiled and said “hello”, she choked. He then proceeded to open the door for her and ask for her number. Her heart melted as she barely managed to speak the numbers. All it takes are nice manners and a ‘hello’ to make a girls day, yet our generation neglects to do so. Confrontation...