For junior Sydney Shoemaker, seeing all the styles that walk through the doors of the school everyday and also wondering how each person connected their personalities to what they wear led her to want to start the weekly column ‘Students With Style.’
On Thursday, Nov. 21 HOSA held their annual fall blood drive in conjunction with Carter BloodCare in the Small Gym. Over 119 students registered to donate blood, 80 of them being first time donors.
If you’re looking for activities to do with your family or an excuse to get out of the house, look no further. Here’s a list of seven exciting things you can do this Thanksgiving break.
With the loss of former band directors, Darla McBryde and Hunter Bown, there was more dread and fear coming into the new season than ever before. After the marching show was reinvented, the Falcon Marching Band would overcome their stresses and went into the season with everything they could give.
On Tuesday, Nov. 12, three cases will make their way to the Supreme Court. One incredibly large and prominent investigation surrounds around Former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and President Donald Trump and his administration’s actions about repealing the program.
Kayla Olson, author of young adult novels This Splintering Silence and The Sandcastle Empire, will come to visit advanced creative writing students on Friday, Nov. 15 during fourth period to speak about her writing process and answer questions.
In October of 2019, junior Jaycie Lavin earned her third degree black belt in American Karate. Although a huge accomplishment on its own, martial arts means much more to Lavin than rankings or material accomplishments.