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Odd Jobs

Jacob Caldwell

January 18, 2011

Odd Jobs     Not many people’s dads can say they met Chloe Kardashian after last weekend’s Lakers game. There are many people whose dads have odd and unusual jobs that allow them to meet people like Chloe Kardashian. After being in the shoe business for over 20 years, senior Joey Passio’...

Preparing for the Test

miranda davis

January 18, 2011

36, 2,400 and 240. These numbers may seem meaningless, but inside the walls of any high school, they on the minds of many students. These number describe the top scores on the ACT, SAT and PSAT, respectably. Understanding when to take each test, what they entail and why they are important to your fu...

On the Front Line

katie guyot

January 18, 2011

Senior Devante Green’s father may have to travel a long distance to see his son graduate from high school.   Green is one of many students in the country who have a parent in the military, facing the everyday struggles of growing up while their mothers and fathers fight battles for the entire nati...

1 in 1000: Brooke Fox

January 18, 2011

 Junior Brooke Fox only recently found out she was Dutch. “I finally know what nationality I am: Danish.” Over winter break Fox met up with her biological father whom she hasn’t had any contact with since she was three-years-old. “Now is the perfect time in my life for this kind...

Philosophy Club

austin fisher

January 18, 2011

People express themselves through everyday actions and words, through the music they listen to, movies they watch, even the clothes they wear. Philosophy Club gives members a chance to express themselves through direct, civil discussion of various moral, political and religious subjects. Consisting of around 1...

Getting Big

Getting Big

megan engleman

January 4, 2011

I first walked into first hour marketing class at 8:05 not knowing what to expect for the day since I was shadowing Kale Joyce. I turned the corner and there he was sitting there front row right next to the door. We greeted each other and then I took a seat next to him while class started. I started to thin...

Silliness at School

allison morte

January 4, 2011

Rachel Harkin’s sense of humor often gets her into trouble. This became immediately apparent upon walking into her American Literature class. “Mr. Rabiola put me in the front of the classroom.  Everybody in my class talks but I seem to be the one who gets to sit up front every single time,” Ha...

Hello My Name is…Laura Rightmeier

December 10, 2010

After much consideration I chose to follow math teacher Laura Rightmeier to get a taste of all the classes she teaches. Not only did I sit in on a geometry class but I also got to be a part of her third hour algebra class and her fifth hour AP statistics class.   Geometry 9:35-11:05   It’s geometry and the ...

Jack Garvin: Acting Out in Class and On Stage

ryan loecker

December 10, 2010

“If I were to describe myself in one word, I would probably say that I’m lively,” junior Jack Garvin said. Garvin spent the first half of the day with one of his good friends junior Tim Rosenbloom. From their second hour independent study, all the way until lunch, they were both constantly crac...

Abishai Day

chris allmon

December 8, 2010

My day was a blast, or should I say, Abishai’s day was a blast. I spent a day following around the charismatic redhead known as Abishai Guenther, it became clear that she was not the average person. From the smallest details to large aspects of her personality, Guenther has an inviting uniqueness to h...

A Day in the Life of Reilly Moore

kim c

December 6, 2010

When I asked Reilly Moore if I could shadow her for a day, I had only a slight idea of what I was getting myself into. I knew she was our student body president, a member of Chamber Choir, Chamber Singers and really into athletics as well. When I asked her about her typical day, I knew it wasn’t...

Oh No, Late Again

ryan loecker

November 12, 2010

Although it takes six tardies before a student can get suspended, and it’s acceptable to be late or absent a couple times a semester, the only person hurt is the student missing class. Chances are, a student who misses enough school will end up in Danny Speicher’s ISS room. “It’s understandable...

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