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History Behind New Year’s Resolutions

History Behind New Year’s Resolutions

Siera Cleveland, Writer January 6, 2023

A New Year's Resolution is a promise that most people make to start doing something good or stop doing something bad on the first day of the year. But many years ago it wasn't the same as today. According...

The Fashion Textbook: Women’s fashion throughout history

The Fashion Textbook: Women’s fashion throughout history

Emmy Johnson, Online Editor March 26, 2021

March is Women’s History Month and along with it is the celebration of women breaking the glass ceiling— including fashion trends in past decades. Specific decades, such as the 1920s, 1970s and 1960s,...

The history of Fenton High

The history of Fenton High

Riann Masi, Writer January 27, 2021

The Fenton High building is 51 years old and was built in 1969. However, students and teachers have been continuing their education since 1952 when the yearbook was no longer than 30 pages and the grades...

Explaining the story behind Women’s History Month

Explaining the story behind Women’s History Month

Ellie Vasbinder, Assistant Print Editor in Chief March 31, 2020

From leading the Civil Rights Movement to paving the way for other young girls, women such as Rosa Parks, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Malala Yousafzai and countless others have played a vital role in shaping...

Spending the night with the rest of her teammates, junior Cindy Barcome attends the Halloween celebration put on by the girls swim team. The night was filled with spooky stories around the campfire as the team roasted marshmallows.

The history of Halloween

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor October 31, 2018

One of the most common lessons a parent ever teaches their child is to not accept gifts from strangers. According to CNN, seven out of 10 Americans will hand out candy on Halloween, which means that kids...

“Initially I really enjoyed history, but now that I am here and I just like interacting with students and being able to help them. The thing with history is that jobs in that subject weren’t that available when I was looking. Science is my minor and those jobs are always available, so I have never actually taught social studies even though I majored in history. I definitely see myself here in 10 years, still teaching. This school is close to home and I get to be a part of the community. I get to see kids outside of school, working or whatever they do. It’s nice and different than when I was teaching in Flint. There wasn’t as much of a sense of community, it was bigger and a lot of the kids were from surrounding towns. I would see a few here or there every once and a while, but not as often as here. It makes me feel like I am making a difference, like I am helping out and giving back to my community.”

People of Fenton: Science Teacher Lonny Green

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief March 20, 2018

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