Thursday, December 22, 2016

Hallway nightmare: the high school’s Ninja walls

They will jump out and attack you, without warning, unseen. They will cut you, and it may seem like a simple scrape on the outside, but inside your emotionally scarred for life.

Writer chips in her two cents: ‘Don’t ban the bracelets’

I personally see no problem in the bracelets; kids buy them because they have turned into a fashion statement. I don’t think they are buying them to be inappropriate.

Varsity girls do their splits during round two at the annual holiday cheer bash.

Most dangerous sport for girls: cheerleading?

Next time when you hear the word cheerleader, think twice about what you say, because as the saying goes, don’t judge a book by its cover.

Donating blood at a younger age creates more problems

Just recently the Michigan state law lowered the age to give blood from 17 years and a 110 pounds to 16 and a 110 pounds. This new law allows teenagers to give blood sooner if they choose to.

Big Brother is Facebook stalking you

By accepting Facebook’s Terms of Use, you are agreeing to “have your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States.”

Government clamping down on student keys to freedom

Michigan is putting more regulations on teenage driving for the first six months to a year of obtaining a license.

Would you like fries with that?

When the No Child Left Behind law was passed, it generated multiple tests associated with it that attempted to evaluate student intelligence, including, no doubt, the Work Keys test. After taking the test with my fellow seniors recently, I can […]

Senioritis: A curable disease

When the graduation music goes off and you walk down the aisle to receive your diploma will you have achieved all you wanted to in your high school career.

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