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Opinion: Life360 allows parents to keep an eye on their children

Opinion: Life360 allows parents to keep an eye on their children

Natily Hall, Writer

January 17, 2020

Life360, which is an app where family members can track each other, has acquired a lot of positive and negative opinions from children and parents. Some believe it allows parents to be overprotective or just plain creepy. Yet, considering how often kids leave their houses, the bad results are endless. Th...

Amber’s All About Fashion: Information about Christian Louboutin

Amber’s All About Fashion: Information about Christian Louboutin

January 9, 2020

For this installment of Amber’s All About Fashion, I’ll be discussing everything Chrisitan Louboutin Paris. Louboutin’s (pronounced Loo-boo-tan) shoes have been worn by tons of celebrities on the red carpet lately. Maybe it’s just me, but I feel like I’ve been noticing the red soles more tha...

The Better of Music: Apple Music, Amazon Music or Spotify?

The Better of Music: Apple Music, Amazon Music or Spotify?

Hannah Young, Online Editor

December 30, 2019

With such a variety of music streaming platforms, it can be difficult to find the best one. What platform is right for creating playlists, listening to the radio and enjoying the tens of millions of songs available? Find out below which one is right for you.  Apple Music Apple Music is one of the top mu...

How Fenton High School is going to improve the district

How Fenton High School is going to improve the district

Emmy Johnson, Writer

November 15, 2019

Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS) are adding improvements to its schools. Through recent years FHS has made it a top priority to ensure their students receive an education that’ll push them to reach success criteria, including new teaching materials for the Social Studies Department and receiving new te...

Fenton Mayor Sue B Osborn wins re-election

Fenton Mayor Sue B Osborn wins re-election

Hannah Young, Online Editor

November 7, 2019

Fenton voters headed to the polls on November 5 to cast their votes. Fenton voters cast their ballot for the position of mayor and three council member positions. The position of mayor was run by incumbent Sue B Osborn and Cheryl A King. Osborn has fulfilled the position of mayor once again.  Osbor...

Fenton InPrint 73 Questions with Zoe Simmerman

Fenton InPrint 73 Questions with Zoe Simmerman

Hannah Young, Online Editor

November 1, 2019

Check out the Fenton InPrint’s twist on the Vogue-inspired 73 questions video. ...

IB Theater holds annual play

IB Theater holds annual play

Chole Couch, Writer

October 18, 2019

IB Theater is holding their annual play based on the iconic movie “Mean Girls” with a Shakespearean twist. The IB theater teacher, Lori Thompson, chooses all of the elements of the play from what the play will be about to who plays the characters.  “I got my role of Gretchen Wieners by memo...

GM employees go on strike, locals affected

GM employees go on strike, locals affected

Andrea Elsholz and Emmy Johnson

October 11, 2019

General Motors (GM) United Automobile Workers (UAW) have gone on strike. Originating in Chicago, Illinois, this is the union’s first walkout since 2007. On September 16, around 50,000 UAW workers left their position, reported by the Chicago Tribute.  The New York Times speculates that GM’s pl...

Opinion: Fenton High should not have an open campus

Opinion: Fenton High should not have an open campus

Riann Masi, Writer

October 3, 2019

Lunch periods are the free time in a students' days when they get to eat and socialize. Some high schools have an open campus lunch, meaning students may leave school property to go purchase food outside of the schools' cafeteria options. High schools around the world participate in this open campus...

Student section leaders keep the crowd rowdy

Student section leaders keep the crowd rowdy

Chloe Couch, Writer

September 17, 2019

It's football season; which means getting rowdy and dressing up for the theme of the student section every Friday night. The theme is chosen by the student section leaders, seniors Ricky Giltrop and Mitchell Cairnduff. “We don't give out the themes until the week of the game; it's posted on our Twi...