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With a wave of controversy in the wake of the release of “Joker”

With a wave of controversy in the wake of the release of “Joker”

John Sabato, Reviewer

October 8, 2019

Since it was announced, the Joker solo film was never meant to be a big-budget blockbuster that rocked a cinematic universe to its core. It was always meant to be a deep character study of one of the most notorious comic book villains of all time. Following Arthur Fleck, an unbefriended and uncherished...

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...

Opinion: Fenton High should have an open campus

Opinion: Fenton High should have an open campus

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

October 3, 2019

Driving to Panera Bread, Vibe Well or Fenton House for lunch seems like a dream to Fenton High students. In reality, having an open campus would make much sense and be very beneficial to all. It would allow students to meet their dietary and monetary needs in a more specific way, give them a much needed br...

Amber’s All About Fashion: Fall, Fashion Week & Friends

Amber Kelly, Opinion Editor

October 1, 2019

The oversized sweater and leggings combination is overdone. I’m not saying I won’t ever wear that outfit combination again, but it’s boring. Sweaters and a leather skirt or fitted pair of dress pants are always a visually appealing combination. Chunky sweaters, long skirts and thigh high boots are...

Opinion: Early morning SRT helps students thrive

Opinion: Early morning SRT helps students thrive

Bree Soule, Writer

September 23, 2019

While walking through the school hallway in the morning, you may see numerous tired faces as students begin to file in. Students drag their feet to first hour wishing it was the end of the day already. Having SRT in the morning benefits students, helping them to get a kickstart to their day before p...

Opinion: School uniforms absolve conflicts that non uniform schools have

Ellie Vasbinder, Assisstant Print Editor in Chief

September 18, 2019

They stifle kids’ individuality. They’re ugly. They’re too expensive. Uniforms are often seen as something that stops students from expressing themselves, or just bothersome because they aren’t exactly “trendy”. However, schools that require uniforms have several benefits that non-uniform schoo...

Opinion: Organ donation is worth the risks

Opinion: Organ donation is worth the risks

Jessie Bright, Writer

June 11, 2019

Every day in the US, 20 people die waiting for an organ on the transplant list. Add those numbers up, and it leads to approximately 7,300 preventable deaths per year in our country alone, according to the US Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). In addition, 95% of adults (18 and older) su...

Opinion: Organ donation is too risky

Opinion: Organ donation is too risky

Hannah Young, Online Editor

June 11, 2019

Organ donation can be a disheartening activity. Because of the high cost, surgical complications that can occur. The ethical factors that lead people away from choosing to donate. More often than not, the negative of organ donation outweighs the positive. Some negative facts about donating organs are...

Opinion: Social media is more beneficial than harmful

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor

June 6, 2019

Click. Click. The camera shutter closes and takes a picture that will surely be posted on social media platforms later. Although social media is often viewed as having negative impacts on users, such a creating pressure to have perfect lives and being a breeding ground for cyberbullying, recently it ...

Opinion: Students’ statistics should not define them

Tyler Soule, Print Editor in Chief

May 23, 2019

They start off as simple questions like, “hey, what’d you get on your SAT?” or “what’s your GPA?”, but all of these questions, while they may seem innocent, are an added stress that some high school students don’t need. There are many other things a high school student may have weighin...

The belief behind the legend of bigfoot

Dylan Dockins, Writer

November 1, 2018

The ever present question of Bigfoot has been alive to believers and skeptics alike. These larger than life creatures generally reside within the great expansive forest of North America and Asia. Being met with everything from adamant disbelief to meticulous research; are Bigfoot real or just a hoax...

Yelling is not the best way to parent teens

Taron Masi, Online Editor

October 2, 2018

Over the past 50 years, the way parents discipline their children has gone through some changes. Over time there has been one form of parenting that hasn’t changed at all—yelling. Its safe to say that almost every parent yells at their child from time to time, even if they know it doesn’t work....