Opinion

Keep it PG

Posted on 03 June 2014

By: Kaela Halvorson [Design Editor] @kaelswhales As the school year comes to a close, freedom is getting more and more as the older you get. With this freedom students get to chose what they do with their time, which could lead to good or bad things. As students start getting older and want to fit in [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Second soccer game for girls regionals

Posted on 02 June 2014

Deshaun Quinn [Staff Writer] @Quinntower_2 She slips on her shin guards and ties her cleats tight in preparation for eighty minutes of gameplay that she’s has been waiting for all day. She steps out onto the field and stares down her opponents, ready to help her team win the game. Amanda Sahm, junior, has loved playing the [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Soccer seniors season almost over

Posted on 02 June 2014

By: Alex Coleman [Ads Editor] @AlexColeman831 On the field, the boys soccer team is focused on one thing, winning. They’re focused on doing their best in scoring as many goals as they can, and defending the other team from scoring at all. Although the team is focused on being a cohesive unit, some of the players [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Online stalking is OK

Posted on 30 May 2014

By: Ashley Lappe [Social Media Editor] @Ashley_Lappe33 As high schoolers in the 21st century, students are surrounded by social media on a daily basis. This often means that when they meet new people they meet them on social media. But in the occasion that they meet the other person face to face they will often times [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Down to districts against Davenport

Posted on 29 May 2014

By: Gage Miskimen [Feature Editor] @GageMisky Tonight, the boy’s soccer team faces Davenport Assumption in the second round of district soccer. Carter Stigge, junior, and one of the team’s captains is getting all sorts of feelings about the big game tonight. “I’m a little bit nervous but also anxious to get out there and play.” Stigge [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Deadly deadlines

Posted on 28 May 2014

By: Savannah Guyer [Activities Editor] @SavannahMGuyer Deadlines on papers and how long they need to be are stupid. Yeah, sometimes it’s easy to shove a topic into a student’s mind, give them a day or so, and make them turn in their finished product. Other days, it’s not so simple. When a student is sitting there, [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Benched due to injury

Posted on 27 May 2014

By: Kaela Halverson [Design Editor] @kaelswhales As they line up for the start of the game, last game in regular season for the girl’s soccer team. There will be one person that is missing on the field as the season comes to the end. Watching is sometimes the hardest thing an athlete could do, Tessa Jordan, [...] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Not so summer vacation

Posted on 21 May 2014

By: Ashley Lappe [Social Media Editor] @Ashley_Lappe33 While in high school students are expected to spend about eight hours a day in class for 180 days out of the year. Homework is just a part of school and it is understandable that teachers will assign it during the school year. But some teachers take it too [...] Continue Reading

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