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Movie Review: Detective Pikachu

Movie Review: Detective Pikachu

John Sabato, Reviewer

May 14, 2019


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

(No Spoilers) Pokémon is a modern phenomenon and a staple in pop culture. When news broke of this movie being in development at Warner Brothers, everyone was a bit worried, as video game movies haven’t always been the most perfectly adapted stories. When the first trailer dropped for this movie it ...

Senior Alex Marsee takes on the role of “Perfect” in Columbinus

Senior Alex Marsee takes on the role of “Perfect” in Columbinus

Alexandra Marsee, Writer

May 2, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Columbine; hearing the city strikes a certain fear down any American that knows its name. The site of the first mass school shooting of America, the small town quickly made a name for itself that will stick forever. As many may know, the Columbine High School shooting left a huge impact on school systems...

Fenton high school hosts 4 student teachers for school year

Bree Soule, Writer

April 30, 2019


Filed under Features

This year, Fenton High was introduced to four new student teachers: Nicholas Juip, Rebecca Tuuri, Rachel Ockerman and Sal Ausiello. Each has a mentor to assist with day to day challenges in the classroom and help them improve their teaching skills. “Student teaching has been one of the best and...

FHS students compete in national LifeSmarts competition

FHS students compete in national LifeSmarts competition

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

April 26, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

On April 12-19, students from business teacher Bruce Burwitz’s classes traveled to Orlando, Florida for the nationwide LifeSmarts competition. Seniors Evelyn Eck, Ted Graves, Andrew Fox and junior Joel Diccion competed against teams across the nation in a quiz bowl style environment. “There were...

Teachers should give extra credit for non-academic things

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

April 24, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Recently, a few teachers at Fenton have given students the opportunity to earn “extra credit” through non-academic means. One of the ways they have done so are through purchasing supplies for the classroom. Extra credit can be an opportunity to fix a grade or improve performance in a class, regardless...

Basic information about being an organ donor

Basic information about being an organ donor

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

April 23, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

According to American Society for Transplantation, one person’s decision to become an organ donor can make a difference in as many as 50 lives. Here is how to become a donor and the process through which donation is done. How to become an organ donor: The easiest way for students to be a don...

Students have limited rights on school property to ensure the safety of others

Ellie Vasbinder, Assistant Print Editor

April 19, 2019


Filed under Features

The Bill of Rights in the Constitution clearly states the civil liberties we have as people, specifically in the first amendment: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly and the freedom to petition. Because public schools are run by the government, they must...

Local magician brings magic and mystery into the spotlight

Local magician brings magic and mystery into the spotlight

Tyler Soule, Sports Editor

April 18, 2019


Filed under Personality Profiles

The magician grabs his props and prepares to wow the crowd. The crowd stays hooked through each movement he does. They are trying to figure out every step of his trick, but a magician should never reveal their secrets and he has many distractions along the way. The music gets louder, quickly approaching...