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Prom has become overly expensive for students and families

Prom has become overly expensive for students and families

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

March 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It all begins with the special proposal, next is buying a dress or tuxedo, then getting tickets at lunch, after that is ordering the corsage or boutonniere and scheduling hair and nail appointments for the day of. Prom is a very special and exciting night, and according to a survey done by Visa, the a...

The use of illegal substances may have negative effects on an athlete’s future

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under Sports

Running down the field, the athlete’s muscles burned. Usually, he could have completed this run 10 times over before he started to slow down. But after a night of drinking, vaping and smoking, his muscles refused to keep up with his body. He was dehydrated, and his muscles screamed in protest every...

Video teacher Jacob Davis seeks new opportunity with Apple Inc.

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2019


Filed under News

After graduating from Fenton High in 2014 and becoming the new video production teacher a month ago, Jacob Davis received the opportunity to work with one of the nation's largest technology companies, Apple, Inc. “I will be taking on the title of Computer Vision Quality Assurance Engineer and Videographer,”...

Student’s views on Michigan’s new recreational marijuana policy

Dylan Dockins, Writer

January 2, 2019


Filed under Features

Students become involved in current events and voice their opinions about the impact the legalization of marijuana in the state, the impact and how it will affect other states. What may lead from this new law is unknown but will only be revealed in the test of time. James Beauchamp “It will most likely have ...

Reading “classic” novels is necessary in high school

Reading “classic” novels is necessary in high school

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

December 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Opinion Showcase, Showcase

Whether a reader is 16 or 76, reading a piece for the first time or the fifth time, “classic” pieces of literature appeal to all types and groups of people. Although many students groan when they hear the words “Romeo and Juliet,” the importance of reading and teaching “classics” in high...

Students stay organized with planners

Students stay organized with planners

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

November 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Allowing all reminders and tasks to be kept in the same area, paper planners have yet to lose their appeal with sales of appointment and planner books/organizers growing by nearly $10 million year over year, according to npd.com. It is no surprise that high school students also use them to stay organized. “I...

Winter sports begin tryouts for the 2018-2019 season

Winter sports begin tryouts for the 2018-2019 season

Jessie Bright, Writer

November 13, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

As students begin to settle into the cold winter weather, tryouts for winter sports are well underway. While about half of winter sports have already begun their season, five are still looking for new players. While all seasons of sports attract students in different ways, winter sports in particu...

The struggle to complete a neverending to-do list

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor in Chief

October 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The feeling of completing your to-do list is near pure bliss, but as you near your goal, suddenly, five more things are added. The feeling of utter defeat quickly takes over. Between the constant flow of homework, work and the consistent busy schedules, there is no such thing as getting everything on...