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Students organize local protests for Black Lives Matter

Junior Alexis Walker stares down the camera at the June 6 Grand Blanc Black Lives Matter Protest. “One thing that struck me was a little girl that led us in a chant during our march. She reminded me why we are fighting, which is for her future and for our future.”

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor in Chief

June 26, 2020

After George Floyd pleaded for almost nine minutes while Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck, many gathered across the nation to protest Floyd’s eventual death and police brutality. “We came together to protest police brutality and how it affects the black community,” junior Alexis Walker sai...

The legal consequences of underage sexting

The legal consequences of underage sexting

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

May 16, 2018

A Nude is defined as “a photo of oneself without clothing and often sent to another person as a sexual favor” by Urban Dictionary. This act, while illegal for minors, in highly participated in by teenagers. “If you distribute sexual material, there’s a risk of seven years in prison or a $50,00...

Fenton farm hosts a picnic event to show gratitude to law enforcement

Fenton farm hosts a picnic event to show gratitude to law enforcement

Tess DeGayner, Website Editor in Chief

September 22, 2016

To counteract what they feel is negative press, the Windwalker Farm is hosting an event in honor of the local police departments. The First Annual Police Officer Appreciation Picnic will be Saturday, Sept. 24 at 2p.m. with the intent of holding one each year on the third Saturday of every Septemb...