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Keeping your cool for winter parking

Posted on 24 November 2014

Skylar Miller-Baker @skylarmbaker15 [Activities Editor] The snow has begun to fall, a clear indicator that winter is upon us. With the snow comes many joys and cheers, but something else comes with the snow. The terrible problem of making parking harder in the MHS parking lot. Noah Nissen, junior, speaks his opinion of a major problem for [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Feminism in a pop culture setting

Posted on 21 November 2014

Savannah Guyer @SavannahMGuyer [Feature Editor] When the word feminist is mentioned, the image of a strong, independent woman is brought to most people’s minds. Lena Dunham, Beyoncé, and even Emma Watson are popular idols that have embraced the term. These celebrities, in their own ways, are for the support of women’s economic, social, and political equality [...] Continue Reading

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Win With Wellness is a victory for Pitstick

Posted on 20 November 2014

Kayla Comried @KComried [Co Executive Yearbook Editor] Being a part of something bigger than oneself is something that every high school student strives to achieve. Whether it be getting involved in a sport, or simply joining an organization that meets a few times a year, everyone just wants to feel welcome. Sydney Pitstick, senior, is one of [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Cell phones too early on

Posted on 19 November 2014

Amery Bruce @AmeryBruce [Staff Writer] Cell phones are showing up in younger ages every year. It used to be that a kid had to beg their parents for a phone when they were in the sixth grade, but now its likely that a student has a cell phone in third grade. Cell phones are a part [...] Continue Reading

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Features

From dribbling to drumming

Posted on 18 November 2014

DeLaney Fisher @DeLaney__Fisher [Co Executive Newspaper Editor] With the new snow comes new sport seasons. Many winter sport teams have started practicing. One of these teams is the girls basketball team. Players began practicing on November 10th, and many of the girls who went out are returning from last year. This year, however, some girls who went [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

If they were given a choice, they’d want a chance

Posted on 18 November 2014

Emma Hartman @Steal_Your_Hart [Staff Writer] Abortions kill 3,700 babies a day in the United States.  That is 1.3 million deaths a year. An abortion is a medical procedure which terminates the life of an unborn child, in any stage of the pregnancy. Abortions used to be a rarity, with a slogan claiming “Safe, Legal, and Rare,” [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Baggy problems

Posted on 14 November 2014

Kasi Rupert @kasibellerupert [Staff Writer] A student strolls peacefully through the empty hallway when, suddenly, the bell assaults her ears. Other peers zoom out of their classes and quickly organize themselves into two-directional lanes. The student, clutching books to her chest, is always worried about getting in the way of traffic. Some others are lifting heavy [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Volleyball wins first round of state

Posted on 12 November 2014

Kylie McAllister @smileeyyykylie [Co Executive Yearbook Editor] Last night the volleyball team won their first state match against Charles City. Abby Phillips, senior, was very privileged to play at this game. She had hurt her herself playing the game she loved when she dove and her finger basically went into her hand. Because of this injury, [...] Continue Reading

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