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Opinion: Students rely on technology most of the time

Opinion: Students rely on technology most of the time

Aya Zahreddine, Writer September 29, 2021

Students nowadays use technology to submit their assignments, finish their papers or simply for research. This is one of the modern criticisms that students face on an almost daily basis. Many classes...

Lake Fenton Middle School students have screen-free “Throwback Thursday”

Lake Fenton Middle School students have screen-free “Throwback Thursday”

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer December 12, 2019

On Nov. 21, Lake Fenton Middle School (LFMS) participated in a “Screen Free” day to reduce possible negative effects of too much screen time in the learning environment. The students left their school-provided...

GCI Student of the Year awarded to senior Sarah Wenz

GCI Student of the Year awarded to senior Sarah Wenz

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor April 17, 2019

Watching over her father’s shoulder throughout the years, senior Sarah Wenz eventually began helping him work on his cars. Discovering that she really enjoyed this, Wenz enrolled in the Automotive Technology...

Technology is making the average person’s life worse

Maci Best, Assistant Print Editor April 4, 2019

With the latest trends in technology, people all over the world have become obsessed with the buzz of a notification or the latest gaming system that tears them from the outside world. This increased fixation...

Technology is improving the quality of life

Amber Kelly, Opinions Editor April 4, 2019

The use of technology is inevitable. According to Statista, 270 million Americans own a mobile phone. From making tasks simpler such as video calling and streaming services, to life saving innovations...

Five apps to keep you safe

Five apps to keep you safe

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor November 12, 2018

Technology is becoming an increasingly important tool in society, not only as a form of communication, but as means of safety. See the slideshow below for five apps to ensure safety.

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....

Titanium Tigers go to worlds for the fourth consecutive year

Titanium Tigers go to worlds for the fourth consecutive year

Andrea Elsholz, Writer May 1, 2018

For the past 25 years, FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics has grown into an international organization meant to inspire youth to explore science and technology....

Teenagers in 2018 do not belong to the Millennial or Gen Z generation

Teenagers in 2018 do not belong to the Millennial or Gen Z generation

Gracie Warda, Online Editor March 19, 2018

“Millenials are so lazy. They are so entitled and don’t understand the meaning of hard work. When I was young, we actually had to do things for ourselves. They don’t know how to interact with others,...

Working collectively in their pods, freshman Hunter Wheeler, Lucas  Shelton, Amir Bohdjelian, Jalen Plumbly along with other classmates use the new technology bought with the bond.

History teacher Matthew Place gets a new classroom design with new computers

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor October 24, 2017

As his students work collectively in their groups, history teacher Matthew Place observes as they use the new monitors and chromebooks to complete a project that he has given them. “With the new audio...

District implements technology and rids of block scheduling

District implements technology and rids of block scheduling

Taron Masi, Writer October 3, 2017

In the past few weeks parents and students have been made aware of the finalization in the decision to cut block scheduling for the 2018-19 school year. The decision has been considered over the course...

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