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Students find loopholes in iPad firewalls (photo)

Senior Jacob Horning plays Hex.frvr during homeroom between the morning announcements and the bell for first period classes.

Jackson Gunelson, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2017

Lo and behold, being over half a year into having iPads in the school, students have figured out several ways to use the tablets in ways that were not originally intended. Whether it be watching movies during homeroom or playing games in between classes, students throughout the school have been using the...

60 Seconds with Victoria Oswald

60 Seconds with Victoria Oswald

Milena Dinu, Staffer

February 22, 2017

Victoria Oswald is asked some interesting questions.

WOTS- Christmas Spirit

WOTS- Christmas Spirit

Milena Dinu, Staffer

February 22, 2017

Students are asked whether or not they were in the christmas spirit this holiday season.

60 Seconds with Sadie Comfort

60 Seconds with Sadie Comfort

Kaelen McMullin, Staffer

February 21, 2017

Kaelen McMullin asks junior Sadie Comfort questions to see how many she can answer in 60 seconds.

What’s the deal with water bottles in school? (photo)

While bending down to the water fountain on the third floor, junior Hannah Duncan drinks out of the fountain. Students are not allowed have water bottles on them, so they must drink out of the fountain. “I don't like drinking out of the water fountains because they are dirty and people put their mouths on them.” junior Hannah Duncan said. “The water does not taste bad, but I would just rather bring a water bottle in my bookbag.”

Gillian Revenis, Editor

February 16, 2017

While sitting at their desks in their classrooms, students listened to the announcement that said they are now not allowed to carry water bottles in their backpacks in school. “I hate not having a water bottle [in school]. Having a bottle makes it a ton easier than going out into the hall, and it ...

Lady Gaga body-shamed for Super Bowl outfit (computer art)

Lady Gaga body-shamed for Super Bowl outfit (computer art)

Abbey Kostyal, Production Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2017

The Super Bowl 2017 Pepsi Halftime Show was definitely full of surprises; Lady Gaga opened her performance with a patriotic rendition of “This Land is Your Land” and “God Bless America,” and then suddenly dived off of the stage she had been performing on. What happened next could only be described a...

WOTS – Valentine’s Day

WOTS – Valentine's Day

Emma Walinsky, News and Features Editor

February 15, 2017

We asked students about their feelings on Valentine's Day being considered a "holiday." Click the video above to see what they had to say.

60 Seconds with Cassie Ward

60 Seconds with Cassie Ward

Blessyn Marcelle, Staffer

February 14, 2017

This week on 60 Seconds, sophomore Cassie Ward pits herself against the clock.

WOTS- Scheduling

WOTS- Scheduling

Kaelen McMullin, Staffer

February 14, 2017

Students share their opinions on scheduling.

Taylor Swift remains popular despite no new music since 2014 (photo)

LISTEN - Pictures of Taylor Swift surround her two most recent albums: Red and 1989. “I like her music, old and new. She has been slacking with music but she just came off a huge tour, so I understand why she is taking a break,” junior Kyle Eckley said. “Hopefully she comes back soon with some good music.”

Jared Williard, Style & Entertainment Editor

February 4, 2017

In this article, I will not be talking about Taylor Swift’s song with Zayn Malik titled “I Don’t Want to Live Forever” due to the fact that she did not write it and she is a featured artist. This article is about her original music and work. Taylor Swift, also known as “America’s Darling...

WOTS-Looking forward to second semester classes

WOTS-Looking forward to second semester classes

Elizabeth Garraway, Editor

January 27, 2017

This week we asked students what are they looking forward to about their second semester classes. Watch to find out!

60 Seconds with Mr. Nathan Halenar

60 Seconds with Mr. Nathan Halenar

Elizabeth Garraway, Editor

January 21, 2017

Junior Elizabeth Garraway sees how many questions Mr. Nathan Halenar can answer in 60 Seconds.

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