Activities, Features

Striving to score

Posted on 23 April 2014

By: Alex Coleman [Ads Editor] @AlexColeman831 She runs down the field, chasing after her opponent who is in possession of the ball. Her teammates are around her, shouting at each other from all around. Her cleats dig into the grass, her legs carrying her as fast as she can manage towards her competitor. She reaches her [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Social media showcase

Posted on 22 April 2014

By: Gage Miskimen [Feature Editor] @Gage_Misky Social media is a extravagant topic that is discussed pretty much every single day. It’s become an obsession by teenagers and adults alike. If one were to be eating at a restaurant, they could look over to any given table and see multiple people engulfed in their glowing screens scanning [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Ready to play

Posted on 21 April 2014

By: Becca Hall [Online Editor] @chewwbecccaa He has been practicing all season, striving to win every match and every meet, working his hardest in order to help his team have the best season possible. Caleb Scott, junior, plays number two for singles and number one for doubles on the boys varsity tennis team. He is excited [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Reality of the closet

Posted on 17 April 2014

By: Uriah Lekin [Staff Writer] @Uriah_theChamp Five years ago today in the halls of Franklin middle school one bright, young man decided to no longer hide from his peers and take off the fake skin he had been wearing. Three of his best friends were told and unknown to him his secret crush and hidden identity [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Michaca’s determined donation

Posted on 16 April 2014

By: Savannah Guyer [Activities Editor] @SavannahMGuyer The annual blood drive has left Marion High school students nervous, excited, and ready to fall off those not-so-comfy beds known specifically to the event of the donation. Isiah Michaca, junior, is one of the many brave students to step into the Gold Gym today without any of these side [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Invite only

Posted on 15 April 2014

By: Taylor Lamm [Opinion Editor] @Lammers11 The weekend usually means hanging out with a group of friends. Then there are the times when certain friends aren’t invited but think that they should be. That person then decides that they are going to invite themselves to the event.  This can get very annoying to the person who is [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Testing perks

Posted on 11 April 2014

By: DeLaney Fisher [staff writer] @DeLaney__Fisher It’s a week dreaded by almost all of high schoolers, statewide. Two hours filled with grueling standardized tests. It’s Iowa Assessments. As soon as Iowa Assessments are mentioned most students recoil in disgust, but the tests often come with perks. Schedules are pushed back by two hours, snacks are supplied, and [...] Continue Reading

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News

Home meet

Posted on 10 April 2014

By: Kaela Halvorson [Design editor] @kaelswhales All the practices, sweating, and pre-meets leading to one of the most exciting meets. The home meet, running in front of the whole town. Showing everyone who Marion girl’s track is, by running their hardest and running their hearts out. Alicia Steepleton, freshman, has her first ever home meet tonight. “[I’m [...] Continue Reading

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